Bluey

bluey

How old is blue Bluey?

Bluey is an inexhaustible six year-old Blue Heeler dog, who loves to play and turns everyday family life into extraordinary adventures, developing her imagination as well as her mental, physical and emotional resilience. Winner of the 2021 AACTA Award for Best Childrens Program. Winner of the 2019 International Emmy for Kids: Preschool.

Who is Doctor Bluey and why is he needed?

Doctor Bluey is needed when Dad gets a very curious x-ray from Nurse Bingo. It seems he has a cat in his tummy, leaving Bluey no choice but to operate immediately!

Why is Bluey so funny?

The series was called laugh-out-loud funny by Stephanie Convery of The Guardian, who credited its humour to the quirky behaviour of the child characters. In 2019, TV Week listed Bluey at No. 98 in its list of the 101 greatest Australian television shows of all time.

Where is Bluey from Bluey animated?

In relation to the humour of the series, Brumm has stated there is a lot of physical activity and craziness. Bluey is animated in-house at Ludo Studio in Brisbane, in Fortitude Valley, where approximately 50 people work on the program.

How old is Bluey from Bluey the dog?

Bluey was renewed for a third series in October 2020. The child characters of Bluey are voiced by children of the programs production crew and are not credited as voice performers. Bluey Heeler, a six-year-old (later seven-year-old) Blue Heeler puppy.

How old is Bluey the Blue Heeler?

Bluey is a 6 year old Blue Heeler pup who loves to play. Her parents and teacher give her lots of time to practice, which means she’s become very good at inventing games, helping everyone choose their roles and deciding on the rules.

Is there a live stage show about Bluey from Bluey?

It was announced that a stage show based on Bluey was being developed in November 2019. The live stage show, titled Blueys Big Play, will tour in fifty theatres around Australia and will feature the characters from the series.

Why is Bluey so funny?

The series was called laugh-out-loud funny by Stephanie Convery of The Guardian, who credited its humour to the quirky behaviour of the child characters. In 2019, TV Week listed Bluey at No. 98 in its list of the 101 greatest Australian television shows of all time.

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