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How And Where to Watch Bluey Season 3?

If dogs are actually man’s best friend, it makes sense that the family-friendly television show Bluey has become so popular among young children (and their parents!) today. Who doesn’t appreciate watching a charming, adorable, energetic dog embark on thrilling new experiences with her family and friends? Numerous children appear to concur that it is a terrific way to kill time.

And because there is no such thing as too much of a good thing, many of you are likely wondering when Bluey Season 3 will premiere. The good news is that there are currently available episodes. However, there is also bad news. In the United States, Season 3 episodes of Bluey are not accessible, at least not yet. You are likely to be thinking, “Oh, biscuits!” The official release date for Bluey Season 3 in the United States has finally been set.

Bluey is an Australian show, which most of you probably already know. This means that Australia is the first place to see new episodes when they are ready. On September 5, 2021, ABC Kids showed the first episode of the third season. So, what does that mean for people in the U.S.? Here’s a helpful list of all the information you need to know about when Bluey will be on TV.

Story of Bluey

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In Bluey, a cute, never-ending, humanized blue heeler puppy named Bluey goes on adventures. She lives in Brisbane with her parents and little sister Bingo. Bluey and Bingo like to play pretend a lot, and so do their parents. Well, let’s just say that cartoon dogs, they’re pretty close to real life.

Release Date of Bluey Season 3

You and your kids can end the summer by snuggling up together and watching the Heeler family’s new adventures. On August 10, Season 3 of Bluey was released around the world. Is this for real?! Yup.

In 2019, the Walt Disney Company bought the series. This means that even though the U.S. isn’t the first country to get new episodes, they do get them eventually. For example, Season 1 started in Australia on October 1, 2018, but it didn’t start in the U.S. until September 9, 2019, on Disney Junior, which is almost a year later. From there, it was released on Disney+ in January 2020, a few months later. Season 2 came out in Australia in March 2020, but not in the United States until May 2021.

So, there doesn’t seem to be a pattern to how the show gets to the U.S. But since Season 3 wasn’t expected to come out on Disney+ until 2023, fans can be happy that Bluey and the rest of the gang are coming a little earlier than expected.

How To Watch Bluey Season 3

Season 3 of Bluey, a children’s TV show that has won an Emmy, is now available to stream on Disney+. Bluey was made by Joe Brumm and produced by Ludo Studio for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and BBC Studios. Both kids and their parents love it. Bluey Season 3 is split into two parts, so right now you can only stream the first episode, which is 27 minutes long.

But this is the first time that Season 3 episodes of Bluey have been made available outside of the United States. Later this year, these new episodes of Bluey Season 3 will also be shown on Disney Channel and Disney Junior around the world. The rest of Bluey Season 3’s episodes will come out at a later time.

Henrietta Hurford-Jones, Director of Children’s Content Partnerships, BBC Studios, said in a press release about the Bluey Season 3 Disney+ streaming date, “The love for Bluey has exploded around the world, and we’re thrilled to debut another exciting season that will give fans more chances to spend time with Bluey and his family.” “We’re so glad to be working with a partner like Disney that shares our enthusiasm for the series, which has become part of the cultural zeitgeist and a worldwide co-viewing winner.”

“We’ve been making Bluey together at Ludo for more than five years, and it’s a pleasure to work on the show with each artist every day. We love this crew and cast, and we’re so proud and happy that their work is being welcomed and loved in homes all over the world “The Executive Producers and Co-Founders of Ludo Studio, Charlie Aspinwall and Daley Pearson, said.

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