New series of Australian children's show Bluey has dropped on Disney+
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Featured Image Credit: Ludo Studio/ BBC Studios/ Disney+.
The world's favourite blue cartoon dog is officially back on our screens. You guessed it, the third series of the hit Australian children's series Bluey is now available to stream on Disney+.
Fans of all ages will be delighted to hear that 25 episodes of the show's most recent series - roughly half of the entire batch - can be binged on the streaming service in the UK as of Wednesday (10 August).
After watching series one and two repeatedly and while parents are looking for ways to keep their youngsters entertained over the next few weeks of the summer holidays, the new release has come at the perfect time.
The third series has already begun aired in Australia, where the series is produced by Ludo Studio for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) along with BBC studios.
Just like previous series, director and creator Joe Brumm has produced a host of new wacky adventures for Bluey and her family.
For those of you who have yet to fall in love with Bluey and her world, the show follows an anthropomorphic six-year-old Blue Heeler puppy who has an abundance of energy, imagination and curiosity.
She lives with her dad, Bandit; mum, Chilli and younger sister Bingo, who regularly accompanies her older sister on crazy adventures.
Bluey’s setting is inspired by the city of Brisbane and its success and transcended Australian coastline and entertained audiences in the UK and the US after Disney secured the worldwide distribution rights.
Although, there have been examples of the show having to go through edits to make it suitable for international audiences.
An American dad said he noticed there was a 'very abrupt' and 'very odd' scene change during one episode.
In a season three episode titled "Bedroom" there's a new bedroom for Bluey, while the episode "Born Yesterday" sees Bandit teach Bluey and Bingo the meaning behind the idiom the episode is named after, which leads to them seeing the world from a brand new point of view.
The press release for the new series from Disney teases "a range of home-based stories that reflect, in humorous and sometimes poignant detail, the usual and unexpected occurrences of everyday family life."
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Henrietta Hurford-Jones, Director of Children’s Content Partnerships, BBC Studios, said: "Love for Bluey has exploded among viewers across the globe, and we’re delighted to debut another exciting season that will give fans more opportunities to spend time with Bluey and family."
Charlie Aspinwall and Daley Pearson, Executive Producers and Co-Founders, Ludo Studio, added: "We’ve been creating Bluey together for over five years at Ludo and every day is a privilege to turn up and create the show with each artist at the studio. We love this crew, we love this cast and we’re so proud and happy that their work is being welcomed and loved by homes around the world."
Topics: TV And Film, Parenting, Disney Plus