typical made up lies from daily mail
Bluey creators have decided to launch 11 new episodes in June rather than hold off until the remainder of the series is complete…
The 11 new episodes will drop from Monday 13th June, airing daily at 8am and 6:20pm on ABC Kids…
Bluey is an inexhaustible six-year-old blue heeler dog who loves to play and turn everyday
family life into extraordinary adventures.
Bluey lovers, we’ve got you!
ABC Kids is thrilled to announced that 11 brand new episodes from Series 3 will screen daily from Monday June 13 at 8am and 6.20pm.
Musical Statues: Monday 13 June at 8am and 6.20pm on ABC Kids and ABC iview
At the end of a long day, Bluey and her family are out of sync and out of sorts, so Mum gets everyone to play musical statues.
Stories: Tuesday 14 June, 8am and 6.30pm on ABC Kids and ABC iview
Indy thinks she’s no good because her model horse looks like a cow, but Calypso encourages her ot
to give up.
Puppets: Wednesday 15 June, 8am and 6.20pm on ABC Kids and ABC iview
Bluey and Bingo teach Unicorse good manners so he can ask Mum on a date, but things go sideways when Unicorse eats a tick.
Turtle Boy: Thursday 16 June, 8am and 6.20pm on ABC Kids and ABC iview
Bingo finds a toy turtle at the playground and wants to take him home, but Dad says it’s not the done thing.
Onesies: Friday 17 June, 8am and 6,20pm on ABC Kids and ABC iview
When Mum’s sister Brandy comes over for a visit, she brings the kids onesies as a present, which has an unexpected effect on Bingo!
Granny Mobile: Saturday 19 June, 8am and 6.20pm on ABC Kids and ABC iview
Muffin is playing Grouchy Granny on an old mobility scooter at a garage sale, but a real granny wants to buy it.
Production credit: This true-blue Australian series is created by creator/showrunner Joe Brumm, Emmy® awarding-winning executive producers Charlie Aspinwall and Daley Pearson, producer Sam Moor and supervising director Richard Jeffery. The series is executive produced by Libbie Doherty, ABC Head of Children’s Production, and Henrietta Hurford-Jones, Director of Children’s Content for BBC Studios. Bluey series 3 is a Ludo Studio production for ABC Kids.
Principal production investment from BBC Studios, in association with the ABC and Screen Australia. Post Production, Digital and Visual Effects work undertaken in Queensland, Australia with funding from The Queensland Government through Screen Queensland and the Australian Government.
Lin-Manuel Miranda voiced the character of a horse named Major Tom in yesterday’s episode.
An audience favourite episode of Bluey has won an award at the world’s largest competition for outstanding children’s television .
Bluey Sleepytime was the only Australian winner of the prestigious Prix Jeunesse International Awards, which were announced during a ceremony in Munich on 15 June.
The episode was awarded the prize in the Up to 6 Fiction category. Sleepytime takes place inside Bingo’s dream where Bingo and her toy Floppy have an intergalactic adventure, to the sounds of Gustav Holst’s orchestral suite “The Planets” while the rest of her sleep-deprived family try to navigate Bingo’s non-stop night-time bedhopping.
ABC ME series Teenage Boss was also nominated in the 11 – 15 Years Non-Fiction category.
The Prix Jeunesse International Awards aim to promote, celebrate and honour the highest quality in children’s and youth television from around the world.
Of the win, ABC Head of Children’s Libbie Doherty said “Every Bluey episode is created and crafted as a perfectly formed film. Each one bringing incredible moments and connections for children and audiences of all ages.
“Sleepytime is exceptional and redefines what is possible in preschool children’s programming. Congratulations to Joe and the creative team at Ludo for this well-deserved award.”
The Prix Jeunesse International Award is the latest in a number of high-profile awards for Bluey. In 2021 it was awarded the AACTA Award for Best Children’s Program. It was the 2019 Winner of the International Emmy for Kids: Preschool. Bluey is also nominated for the 2022 Logie for Most Outstanding Children’s Program.
The ABC was also a winner in the 2020 Prix Jeunesse with Australian series Hardball and drama series The Unlisted both taking home awards . In 2018 ABC ME’s First Day won the gender equity prize and What It’s Like to Experience A Disability was awarded an international youth jury award. In 2016, ABC series Little Lunch won the award for best fiction program in the 7-10-year-old category.
Dougie, based on a cavoodle, is profoundly deaf and uses Auslan to communicate with his hearing mum (voiced by Miranda Tapsell), who signs and speaks.
The episode “Onesies” introduced Chilli’s sister Brandy (voiced by Rose Byrne), who can’t have children.
Some should do a list of all the guest voices this show is getting.
The Wikipedia article on Bluey has the incomplete list of guest stars.
The guest voices for this season includes (so far) Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mick Molloy, Miranda Tapsell, Rose Byrne and recent retired rugby league commentator Ray Warren.
You can find them listed on IMDb: Bluey
Also Leigh Sales was the ice cream truck vendor. She only had 2 lines though but was still credited.
Ugh. Is anything sacred?
The State of Origin episode of Bluey, featuring the guest voice of Ray Warren, will air tomorrow (Thursday) ahead of game 2 in Perth.
EDIT 23/6: the episode featured Ray Warren and Johnathan Thurston in background commentary for the State of Origin. Gordon Bray also had a cameo towards the end of the episode - I think this is the first time he called rugby union on TV since 10 lost the broadcast rights to the Wallabies internationals two years ago.