With diapers piling up in the Templetons’ basement, the Boss Baby crafts a plan to break into Baby Corp, kick out his enemies and take his business back.
Baby Corp is dismantled and comms are down, but that won’t stop the Boss Baby from rallying to reunite his employees. Tim spends one last day with Danny.
After the Boss Baby accidentally sells Tim’s favorite toy at a yard sale, he uses company resources to try and get it back.
Boss Baby discovers an old Mega Fat initiative called Project Boom — and it’s threatening to ruin baby rights everywhere.
The Boss Baby’s away at a checkup, so it’s up to interim manager Staci to fend off three wars: one from Pyg & Tam, one from OCB and one from Bug the Pug.
On a trip to the Windy City to see Gigi and Grandpa, the Boss Baby comes face to face with an ambitious infant who’s masquerading as an adult.
It’s the Boss Baby’s worst nightmare when a consultant comes to Baby Corp with zany ideas, then sets his sights on the CEO’s job.
After sneaking into a grown-up movie, Tim decides he’s mature enough for the adult world. Meanwhile, Boss Baby sleeps over at a friend’s house.
Boss Baby’s next scheme to increase baby love? A petition to change the local soccer team’s name from the Hive to the Babies.
Company morale is so low that the Boss Baby throws a last-minute cupcake party, then sends a manager to help Tim handle some family business.
The Boss Baby declares war on a new threat: a popular TV show starring a pygmy goat, a tamandua and their human handler.
As the newly named CEO, the Boss Baby sets a goal for baby love to hit 100%. But now everyone’s working overtime to please him.
Goodwin announces a new ED Chief and the choice doesn’t make everyone happy. Dr. Manning takes a stand for her patient and finds herself dealing with the repercussions. Dr. Charles tends to family affairs.
Bull and the TAC team struggle to adjust to a virtual court system as they weather the New York City shutdown due to the coronavirus.
The Butlers and Johnsons unite when a member of their community is the victim of racial injustice.
Lyra crosses into Will’s world, and they set off to find answers about Dust. Will is shocked to discover he has grandparents, but quickly realises he can’t trust them.
As Thatcher’s policies create rising unemployment, a desperate man breaks into the palace, where he finds Elizabeth’s bedroom and awakens her for a talk.
While Margaret Thatcher struggles with the disappearance of her favorite child, Elizabeth reexamines her relationships with her four children.
After Charles proposes, Diana moves into Buckingham Palace and finds her life filled with princess training, loneliness — and Camilla Parker Bowles.
Margaret Thatcher visits Balmoral but has trouble fitting in with the royal family, while Charles finds himself torn between his heart and family duty.
As Elizabeth welcomes Britain’s first woman prime minister and Charles meets a young Diana Spencer, an IRA attack brings tragedy to the royal family.
On a tour of Australia, Diana struggles to balance motherhood with her royal duties while both she and Charles cope with their marriage difficulties.
Charles is caught in a deadly avalanche, prompting both him and Diana to reevaluate their commitment to their troubled marriage.
As many nations condemn apartheid in South Africa, tension mounts between Thatcher and Elizabeth over their clashing opinions on applying sanctions.