Loveable Australian Blue Heeler Bluey will be returning to Disney+ for Season 3 on August 10th. 25 episodes in Season 3, part 1 will follow the antics of Bluey and the rest of her family, Bingo, her sister, Bandit, her father, and Chili, her mother. Each episode will be roughly seven minutes long. In these episodes, Bluey will embark on new adventures, visit new locations, and introduce new characters. Lots of love and laughter will ensure in these new episodes.
Disney’s official synopsis states: “The premiering episodes also include a range of home-based stories that reflect, in humorous and sometimes poignant detail, the usual and unexpected occurrences of everyday family life with relatable themes such as making dad a birthday breakfast, keeping promises, and getting one’s own bedroom. Season three will also feature original takes on games, like Musical Statues and Pass the Parcel, among others.”
Bluey won an International Emmy Award in 2020 for best preschool program. Additionally, it went on to win four Kidscreen Awards: Best Music, Best Directing, Best Writing, and Best Animated Program for Preschool Viewers. It was also named as one of the top 100 sitcoms by Rolling Stone.
Bluey is an adorable show that teaches a lesson in each episode. Both of my children have gone through periods of watching the show. It is a wholesome show that most parents should be happy to share with their children. The title song will get stuck in your head and continue to repeat on replay so fair warning.
Bluey, Season 3, Part 1 will be released on August 10th on Disney+ with part 2 of the season being added at a later date. Seasons 1 and 2 are currently available on Disney+ for viewers to catch up and rewatch the seasons.
Have the kids in your life watched Bluey? Are they excited about the new season? Are you excited to see some new Bluey episodes because the others have been playing on repeat? Let us know in the comments.
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