‘Teletubbies’ Reboot With Tituss Burgess Coming To Netflix

You have to give it to the ’90s for delivering some pretty memorable kids’ TV shows that are now forever etched in countless childhood memories. Of blue tracks a The Powerpuff Girls, so many favorites are forever etched into the hearts of TV-obsessed, cereal-eating kids everywhere. But no show can compare to the uniqueness of the dazzlingly brilliant characters in the Teletubbies. This quartet of fantastic creatures fascinated children around the world with screens implanted in their bellies, unintelligible conversations, and adorable quirks. And with nostalgia for classic kids’ TV entertainment reaching an all-time high, 2022 seems like the perfect time to bring back the unforgettable. teletubbies.

teletubbies The reboot is coming to Netflix in November.

a new teletubbies The reboot is scheduled to hit Netflix on November 14. The adorable and colorful characters are joining a great preschool lineup of TV shows like ranger spirits, about the Native American brothers who protect the national parks, and princess power, based on best-selling books. Netflix took to Twitter to announce the exciting addition and posted some hilarious footage as well.

“Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po are back! The Teletubbies, and new narrator Tituss Burgess, are coming to Netflix on November 14! the streaming giant tweeted.

Tituss Burgess is set to narrate the show.

the teletubbies they’re surprisingly active on Twitter, recently taking to social media to express their excitement about the reboot and the new narrator, in particular. The show will follow the four Teletubbies as they explore and discover their world, and the hilarious Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Tituss Burgess will guide little viewers on their viewing journey. “We’re saying ‘Eh-Oh’ to @netflix with Tituss Burgess (@Instatituss). Mark your calendars!” tweeted the official Teletubbyland account.

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There’s new music!

Along with a new narrator and a 21st century update, each episode will feature new and original songs from “Tummy Tales.” In other words, it’s time to romp around in some neon green grass and get really excited about a magical windmill. (Speaking of listening to good tunes. In case you’re not following their fancy blue checkmarked Twitter account, here’s a fun fact: Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa, and Po all have really good taste in music and are big fans of Beyonce, btsY Lady Gaga.)

And if you can’t wait for the reboot to flash on your streaming screens, go to the teletubbies humor to the beat of his latest album that will have your kids jumping across the living room in no time.

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