If you’ve found yourself repeatedly watching the first two seasons of “Bluey” and can recite the scripts and storylines by heart, you’ll be delighted to know that the third season of this Australian TV show has just landed on Disney+. So, get ready to immerse yourself in ten more episodes that will undoubtedly leave an indelible mark on your family’s hearts by the end of the year.
To make the celebration even more exciting, we have an exclusive clip to share with you, offering a sneak peek into the charming world of “Bluey.” For those unfamiliar with the show (seriously, where have you been?), “Bluey” follows the delightful adventures of a lovable and energetic Blue Heeler puppy named Bluey, who lives with her dad, mum, and little sister, Bingo. Through imaginative play, the series beautifully captures the simple yet profound moments of growth and discovery within a family setting.
Bluey’s parents, known for their boundless energy and dedication to having fun, have become adored by children and adults worldwide. The Australian family has firmly established itself in British households, currently reigning as the number one show on CBeebies and Disney+. Such is the show’s popularity that “Bluey’s Big Play,” a theatrical adaptation of the TV series, is set to grace the stages of the UK and Ireland from December 2023 to summer 2024.
Henrietta Hurford-Jones, commissioner and executive producer of Bluey for BBC Studios Kids & Family, expressed her excitement about the new season, stating, “Fans have eagerly awaited more Bluey, and we’re thrilled to share these new stories with them. Bluey has truly captured the hearts of our audiences! Families will not be disappointed with episodes like the fantastic ‘Tradies’ and the return of the Grannies in Granny Mobile.” The mischievous Grannies, Rita and Janet, are back to bring laughter and joy to viewers.
The new episodes also feature special guest appearances, including Lin-Manuel Miranda, the star of “Hamilton,” who lends his voice to a talking horse in the episode “Stories,” and Rose Byrne, famous for her role in “Bridesmaids,” playing Chilli’s sister Brandy in the episode “Onesies.”
So, make the most of the opportunity to catch up on the endearing antics of the Heeler family before your little one wakes up. The new Bluey episodes are now available for streaming on Disney+ starting from July 12. And don’t forget, tickets for “Bluey’s Big Play” are already on sale, promising an unforgettable live experience that will bring smiles and laughter to fans of all ages.