Watch an Exclusive Clip From Netflix's 'The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show' Season 4

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'The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show'

The animated series’ latest season will be available to stream Friday.

Netflix's animated series The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show is set to return for its fourth season April 21.

The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive clip from the DreamWorks Animation TV series, which follows the adventures of Mr. Peabody (voiced by Chris Parnell) and Sherman (voiced by Max Charles). In the two-minute clip (watch below), Sherman strategically decides to alter the popular holiday Bring Your Kids to Work Day to include parents as well. While Sherman believes it’s a good idea, Mr. Peabody fails to share the same sentiments.

Having premiered on Netflix in 2015, the show has grown to become one of the streaming service's most popular animated series. Guest stars have included Jane Lynch and Gary Busey.

The series derives from the 1960s segments "Peabody’s Improbable History," which aired during The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, as well as from a 2014 film adaptation starring Ty Burrell and Charles.

Season four finds Peabody and Sherman, after losing their talk show to the evil Guapo Brothers, hunting down a gang of historical outlaws in order to get it back. Their adventures also include helping the first K9 Police Force with its first criminal case and having the first dentist attend the show to remove Sherman's tooth.

The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show is nominated for three Daytime Emmys Awards, including outstanding children's animated program, outstanding directing in an animated program and outstanding original song for "Morse Code." The Daytime Emmys are set to air Sunday, April 30.

Dave Smith is the executive producer of the show, and Kevin Dart is the art director (Dart won a previously announced 2017 Daytime Emmy for individual achievement in animation for the episode “The Wrath of Hughes”).

New episodes of The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show will be available to stream Friday.

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