Michelle Obama will be appearing in the family-oriented “Waffles + Mochi” series that Netflix will release on March 16th. The former first lady will play the role of a supermarket owner who dreams of becoming a chef and tours kitchens and restaurants around the world to achieve this. After passing the White House, Michelle Obama participated in campaigns like “My Plate” that encourage good eating habits in children and fight obesity in children prevalent in the United States.
Barack and Michelle Obama founded Hairground Productions. In 2018, they signed a contract and alliance with Netflix to produce seven projects, including 3 films and 4 series for entertainment and education. American Factory was the first film to be released, and was based on Chinese capitalism and globalization, and its success won an Oscar for Best Documentary. The Obama family also produced “The Fifth Danger” about the early days of Donald Trump as president and “The Becoming: My Story” based on the biography of Michelle Obama.
I’m so excited to share that on March 16th, I will be launching a new show in Embed a Tweet They are called pancakes + mochi! I am excited for families and children everywhere to join us on our adventures as we discover, cook and eat delicious food from all over the world. pic.twitter.com/dedUWMp9SY
– Michelle Obama (@ MichelleObama) February 9, 2021
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