Leave it to Sesame Street to draw parallels between 'House of Cards' and 'The Three Little Pigs' in a fun parody the show has aptly titled 'House of Bricks.' In it, Frank Underwolf is set on taking over the House of Bricks, which is cleverly designed to look like the White House. Yet he has to destroy the House of Straw and House of Sticks to get to it.
A fun take on the fairy tale and the Netflix Original drama, House of Bricks teaches kids that being ruthless isn't all that it is cut out to be. After all, the pigs win in the end. The parody also shows that cross-promotion can happen even in the most unlikely places.
House of Bricks Combines 'House of Cards' and 'Three Little Pigs'
1. Child-friendly Drama Parodies - Creating child-friendly parodies of popular adult dramas presents an opportunity to entertain and educate young audiences in a unique and engaging way.
2. Cross-promotion in Unexpected Places - The success of 'House of Bricks' demonstrates the potential for cross-promotion between unlikely brands or properties, opening up new marketing opportunities.
3. Fairy Tale Adaptations - Adapting popular fairy tales with a modern twist, such as combining 'The Three Little Pigs' with 'House of Cards,' offers a fresh take on beloved stories and attracts a diverse audience.
1. Entertainment - The entertainment industry can explore the creation of child-friendly drama parodies to cater to a younger audience and generate new content.
2. Marketing and Advertising - Cross-promotion between unrelated brands or properties presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for marketers to reach new target markets and create unique campaigns.
3. Media and Broadcasting - Media companies can capitalize on the popularity of fairy tale adaptations by producing and distributing engaging content that revitalizes classic stories for modern audiences.