The “World of Karma”, an animated children’s series by Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, returns with a second season to be released on Netflix on March 10.

The first season premiered on Netflix in October 2021 in 190 countries and 22 languages, reaching the Top 10 on Netflix Kids in 42 countries and receiving nominations for three NAACP Awards in the United States.

The World of Karma is produced by the main creator, producer and distributor 9 Story Media Group, in collaboration with its Dublin studio nominated to the Oscar Brown Bag Films and with Karma’s World Entertainment, the production company of Chris Bridges.

The series boasts a rapidly expanding licensing program with a series of consumer products from 35 licensees and includes global partnerships with Mattel, Scholastic and Universal Music.

The World of Karma is based on the story of Karma Grant, an aspiring music artist and rapper with a great talent. Each episode is filled with hip-hop music, streetwear, original choreography, and a distinctive sense of humor. The series focuses on themes such as identity, creativity, and community importance.

Season 2 incorporates new characters, new places and new themes, immersing yourself in topics such as body positivity, anxiety and social pressures.