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Baby shark doo doo doo doo doo doo. Some love it, some hate it, and everyone has heard it.

Whether you love or hate the popular children's tune, "Baby Shark" has been a massive success. So much so that Nickelodeon is pairing up with Pinkfong, the creators of the viral sensation, to bring "Baby Shark" to television screens around the world.

Nickelodeon revealed the news on Wednesday in a press release. While there was no mention of key details such as episode length, release date or premise, Pam Kaufman, president of Viacom Nickelodeon Consumer Products, says that the network's content team "is excited to develop a terrific original animated series that will bring this property to new heights and even more fans."

Executive vice-president of Nickelodeon animation, Ramsey Naito, gave a little more insight with his statement, according to Deadline. "At the heart of any popular piece of content is a terrific character," Naito explained, "and we have a great opportunity to further explore the world of 'Baby Shark' and follow this family through some great animated adventures on Nickelodeon"

"Baby Shark" may seem like an overnight success but the song has actually been out since 2015. Today, the earworm of a hit is just shy of three billion views on YouTube making it the platform's ninth most watched video ever. Also, the song lasted on the Billboard Top 100 list for 20 weeks.

Let's not forget about the merchandise. USA Today reported that "when WowWee, the makers of Fingerlings toys, sold 'Baby Shark' singing toys on Amazon last year, the entire stock was sold out in just two days." And, like most Nickelodeon shows, "Baby Shark" will also have an array of products that toddlers will ask (or throw a tantrum) for their parents to buy.

"Our outstanding creative teams are moving fast to get more 'Baby Shark' product across multiple categories to retailers," Kaufman said in a statement.