The situation is about to become much wackier but in a great manner. The release date for Season 3 of Bluey, the preferred TV program of our child, has been announced on Disney+. Seasons 1 and 2 have been regularly watched by our kids since they are patient. But we have all the information about the upcoming new episodes. What you should know is as follows.
When Will Season 3 of Bluey Be Accessible on Disney+?
On August 10, Bluey Season 3 will be available on Disney+ globally and in the United States. Since it was announced that a third season was in the works, kids (and TBH, parents, too) have been anxious to hear a release date.
We’ll be able to stream the new season in less than a month since it has already been created and shown in Australia, the show’s original home. This season was created by Ludo Studio for BBC Studios and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Joe Brumm once again came up with and wrote the Bluey and Bingo adventures for this season.
How Many Episodes Does Season 3 of Bluey Have?
Instead of having all the episodes available, Season 3 will be distributed in two parts. But before you freak out, on August 10 a sizable amount will still be accessible.
The first release will include 25 episodes, each lasting 7 minutes, according to Vulture. That translates to 175 minutes, or nearly three hours, of viewing. You’ll get a solid 11 and a half hours of Bluey if your kids are anything like ours; they’ll be content to watch each episode three or four times.
The remaining seven-minute episodes have not yet been given a release date. But according to the press release, more episodes will be made available in the future.
How Can Your Kids View Season Three of Bluey?
On Disney+ in the US, viewers will be able to watch the newest Bluey episodes. Season 3 will eventually be accessible on Disney Channel and Disney Junior as well.
There hasn’t been a set date for when the episodes will be available on the networks, but it’s expected to be later this year.
What Can We Expect From Bluey Season 3?
We don’t have a lot of information on what to anticipate in Bluey’s third season. The press statement does, however, hint at a few plot lines, including “unique spins on games, such Musical Statues and Pass the Parcel, among others.”
It also “include[s] a spectrum of home-based stories that reflect, in hilarious and sometimes tragic detail, the regular and surprising incidents of everyday family life,” according to the press release, which is another piece of knowledge we do know.
A warning that “at least one episode will make the grownups cry” is also provided.
Seasons 1 and 2 of Bluey are now streamable on Disney+ while your kids wait for Season 3 to arrive.