Don’t Worry, Parents: More Episodes of ‘Bluey’ Season 3 Are Coming

Part two of Bluey season three is definitely coming to Disney+

Crikey! Season three of Bluey has finally arrived on Disney+! It’s been a year since BBC Studios and Disney announced that the show would be returning for a third season set to premiere on Disney Channel, Disney Junior, and Disney+ in all territories outside of Australia, New Zealand, and China.

The wait—during which we booked tickets for Bluey’s fall tour—is finally over, thanks to an announcement from Disney+ and Bluey TV and all new episodes dropped on Aug. 10. But both parents and kids are a little worried: why are there so few episodes compared to seasons past? Must we wait longer?

In short, the answer is yes. According to The Independent, it has always been the plan to release season three in two batches. Right now, the first half has been dropped in the form of 25 episodes, with another one coming. The date for the second half of episodes hasn’t yet been released––cue the tears.

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In the meantime, the show will continue to follow Bluey, an energetic six-year-old puppy who lives with her dad, mum, and four-year-old little sister, Bingo. Season three is destined to entertain the entire family as Bluey embarks on everyday adventures that always share a meaningful message.

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“The relatable, heartfelt and humorous storytelling in Bluey continues to captivate our young audiences and their families. We can’t wait to bring a third season of the show to our viewers across the globe,” says Jane Gould, Executive Vice President, Content Research, Insights & Scheduling, Disney General Entertainment.

According to IMDB, season three will have episodes on Father’s Day, Pass the Parcel and more. There’s even an episode where Dad is accused of “fluffing” in Bluey’s face which has us laughing just thinking about it. “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,” says a BBC press release.

With no time frame announced until part two of season three drops, you have plenty of time to catch up on season one, two and three part one of Bluey’s shenanigans.


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