Just when you thought you couldn't possibly watch Take Away, Trampoline or The Beach again (yes they are my three favourite episodes and yes I have seen them ALL approximately 174 times..), we're here to break some exciting news.
Brand new Bluey is imminent! Can I get a wackadoo?
First up, is the announcement that series three of the award-winning animation series has been given the green light and will commence production in sunny Brisbane later this year. And for the first time, the episodes will be 'audio described'.
"We are excited to confirm, that more Bluey is on its way!' said ABC's Head of Children's Production, Libbie Doherty.
"As we roll out this new season with heart-warming and hilarious new episodes, the excellent Ludo team will be hard at work again making series 3. Thank you to all Australians young and old who have loved Bluey as much as we do."
That's right. In further Bluey news…Aussie kids and families can also enjoy new episodes of series two from Monday October 26th daily at 8am (encore 6.20pm)
We've been scouring the new episode names and trailer... and OMG what a line-up.
Double Babysitter, Circus, Bad Mood, Dunny (can't wait for that one!) and Bin Night (heck yes, there better be a Dance Mode moment) to name a few. The excitement is palpable when we think about all the new adventures Bluey and the gang will get up to.
Even the iconic Women's Weekly cake cookbook appears to be making a guernsey in the Duck Cake ep - with Bandit attempting a birthday bake-off in the kitchen. Too good!
Check out the trailer:
And if you can't wait until then, (um, heck no!) a special sneak peek episode of Bluey will drop for Grandparents Day, Sunday 25th October, paired with an earlier favourite, from 8am.
BBC Studios' Director of Children's Content, Henrietta Hurford-Jones, said, "We're blown away by how Bluey's for real life has resonated with global audiences of all ages and can't wait for more."
The Bluey juggernaut rolls on... and we are here for it.
The beloved series, which follows a blue heeler pup named Bluey and her adventures with sister Bingo and parents Bandit and Chilli in every seven-minute episode, has captivated viewers (both parents and kids alike) since it first hit Aussie screens in 2018.
The series has won an International Emmy Award and has been lauded for it's hilarious and authentic take on parenthood and everyday life in Australia.