Disney + has a surprising children’s cartoon that blows and a bad lot out of the water
If you spend a lot of time on the Internet, it may seem like absolutely nothing is bigger than Star wars and Marvel. Admittedly, Disney does little to disillusion people with this notion. If you have young children, however, it’s probably not surprising that Disney + sees a lot more views for Blue, an Australian series aimed at preschoolers and centered on a family of anthropomorphic dogs. While What if…? and Star Wars: The Wrong Lot are the most watched animated series exclusive to Disney +, it is actually non-exclusive content like Blue, The simpsons, and Mickey mouse house which occupy the top five places on the current list of the ten most watched contents on the streaming platform.
Since her debut on ABC Kids in 2018, Blue has become one of the most watched and best commented children’s shows in the world. The series centers around an energetic and imaginative young dog named Bluey and his family, father Bandit, mother Chilli, and younger sister, Bingo. It airs on Disney Junior in the United States
Here’s how Disney described the series last year, when we created a music video featuring Robert Irwin, the son of famous wildlife advocate and TV personality Steve Irwin:
Blue has been praised by media and families around the world for its relativity to everyday moments in childhood and family life. The series follows an adorable and inexhaustible 6-year-old Blue Heeler puppy, Bluey, who lives with his mom, dad and 4-year-old little sister, Bingo.
The series presents the daily events of family life – going to a restaurant and visiting the hairdresser, taking the bus or playing on a date – and celebrates these moments, turning ordinary experiences into extraordinary adventures full of imagination. The program won a Logie Award for Most Outstanding Children’s Program in 2019 as well as an International Emmy Kids Award.
The exact audience figures for streaming services like Disney + are well-kept secrets, but it’s common for platforms to advertise their best TV shows and movies, using them for promotional purposes and to help guide them. their internal recommendation algorithms.