[VIDEO] BBC Dad’s kids land their own crime-fighting animated series

The adorable children who became a web sensation after disrupting their father’s BBC interview have been the inspiration to create their very own crime fighting animated show.

Marion, 4, and her eight-month-old sibling James unintentionally brought a mischievous comedy when they intruded on their dad while he conveyed his mastery on the indictment of South Korean president Park Geun-hye, as disclosed by Mirror.

Robert Kelly, of the Department of Political Science at Pusan National University, attempted to bear on when his little girl moved into the room as her younger sibling bashed into the work area in his walker, before their humiliated mother Jung-a Kim rushed in and got both youngsters; yanking them out in a humiliation.

Writer and Director Lauren Martin and Jarryd Mandy, as super fans and motivated by the viral video, created “The Adventures of Mina and Jack”; an animated series taken after the ‘globe-jogging misfortunes’ of the sneaky youngsters where they had the siblings’ name changed from Marion and James Kelly to Mina and Jack, as the cartoon heroes.

The action will be centered on an intelligent young lady named Mina, and her bother Jack as they help their father, a UN official fight against crimes. It is being produced by Hans House Productions, and was uploaded on Youtube where it is now available.

As per a Mirror story, the first episode will present the children blasting into their father’s office again in an attempt to fathom the mystery gold thief case hitching a ride on an elephant all the while.

Kelly and his family adored the thought and have given their approval for more scenes to be made later on.

“I thought it was so cute. My wife and I both laughed. They made me look suitably dorky,” Kelly said.

Meanwhile, they are hoping the animated series will be grabbed by a TV network; considerably giving more attention to the cute sibling duo.


Source :

Notey, Mirror