Hello Baby is a South Korean reality show where celebrities experience parenthood by raising children ages 5 and under. The main purpose is to see whether or not the celebrities make "good" parents.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Hello Kitty (Japanese: ハロー・キティ, Hepburn: Harō Kiti) (full name: Kitty White (キティ・ホワイト, Kiti Howaito)) is a fictional character produced by the Japanese company Sanrio, created by Yuko Shimizu and currently designed by Yuko Yamaguchi. According to her backstory, she is a perpetual 3rd-grade student who lives outside London. Though she appears to be anthropomorphic, according to her creators she is not a cat: she is simply a cartoon character, with a red bow and, notably, no mouth. Sanrio announced in 2018 that Hello Kitty's birthday is November 1. Shortly after her creation in 1974, the Hello Kitty vinyl coin purse was introduced by Sanrio in March 1975. The character was then brought to the United States in 1976. The character is a staple of the kawaii segment of Japanese popular culture. By 2010, Sanrio had groomed Hello Kitty into a global marketing phenomenon, worth $6 billion a year. By 2014, when Hello Kitty was 40 years old, she was worth about $8 billion a year. As of 2018, Hello Kitty is the third highest-grossing franchise of all-time with an estimated revenue over $41 billion. Originally aimed at preadolescent females, Hello Kitty's market has broadened to include adolescent and adult consumers, being found on a variety of products ranging from school supplies to fashion accessories. Several Hello Kitty TV series, targeted towards children, have been produced, as well as several manga comics and anime films. There have been two Sanrio theme parks based on Hello Kitty, Harmonyland and Sanrio Puroland.
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Hello Kitty had two manga comics serialized in Ribon, a shōjo manga magazine. Hello Kitty Doki ran from 2007 to 2008, and Hello Kitty Peace was released in 2008. In March 2016, Sanrio launched a webcomic featuring Hello Kitty as a strawberry-themed superhero called “Ichigoman” (ichigo meaning strawberry), who fights monsters with the help of her giant robot. The webcomic is created by Toshiki Inoue and Shakua Sinkai and updates once a month. The Ichigoman alter-ego originates from a 2011 exhibition of Yuko Yamaguchi's artwork.
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