‘Twas early October and the crew at Netflix
were already keen for a holiday fix.
Though some said, “Too early! It’s too warm to care,”
the crew knew a special guest soon would be there.
No longer a secret to keep for themself…
What’s heading to Netflix? The Elf on the Shelf!
Throughout the North Pole, the work has begun
on series, and movies, and specials to run.
Animation… live action… both will appear
to deliver the world some holiday cheer.
In Tokyo. In Mumbai. From Montreal to Rome.
On a plane, on a train or in the comfort of home.
Whatever the name that you’ve given your elf,
soon Scout Elves will stream from Netflix’s shelf!
Santa’s own press room was quick to provide
a glimpse of what’s coming, and stated with pride:
“We’re thrilled to share stories of our North Pole friends,
bringing tales from the region where joy never ends!
The Elf Pets, our pals, will join us, of course!
You’ll get brand-new stories, straight from the source!
Our love for the world will be easy to see,
You’ll soon hear us sing in Italian, Thai and Hindi.
While we’re hard at work creating more stories and cheer,
there’s two Elf Pets specials on Netflix this year!”
Netflix will be bringing joy to their customers through a new partnership with The Lumistella Company, home to the perennial best seller The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition.Vertigo Entertainment’s Roy Lee (The Lego Movie, How to Train Your Dragon) and Miri Yoon will serve as a producers on all “The Elf On The Shelf” content.
Vertigo Entertainment’s Roy Lee (The Lego Movie, How to Train Your Dragon) and Miri Yoon will serve as a producers on all “The Elf On The Shelf” content.
“The Elf On The Shelf” was created by Chanda Bell, Christa Pitts and Carol Aebersold. The creators will remain involved and serve as producers and executive producers on upcoming films and shows.