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Where To Watch the ‘Bluey’ Special Online: Streaming, Pricing, and Availability

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After premiering in 2018 in the U.S., “Bluey” has become an Australian-made pop culture phenomenon with 151 episodes under its belt and more to come. While the animated TV show is made for five to seven year-olds, adults have also come to enjoy “Bluey” for its heart-warming and sometimes sad episodes with positive messaging and outlook on life. Simply put, it’s comforting for people of all ages.

If you want to catch up with its previous seasons and watch its current season, “Bluey” is now streaming on Disney+. A new episode titled “Ghostbasket” dropped Monday, April 8, while the extra-long special called “The Sign” came out the following week on Monday, April 14 at 3 a.m. ET/12 a.m. PT.

A brand new episode of “Bluey,” titled “Surprise,” premieres Sunday, April 21 on Disney+.

Although Disney+ doesn’t have a free trial available at the moment, the streaming service starts as low as $7.99/Month with the ad-supported plan. However, you can go ad-free for $13.99/Month.

Additionally, you can add Hulu to your Disney+ subscription with the Disney Duo for $9.99/Month with ads, or $19.99/Month without ads. Furthermore, the Disney Trio includes Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ (all ad-supported) for $14.99/Month, or ad-free Disney+ and Hulu, along with ESPN+ with ads for $24.99/Month.

“Bluey” is also available to watch on Disney Junior at 7 a.m. ET/PT and Disney Channel at 7:30 a.m. ET/PT. These cable networks are included in streaming plans with DirecTV Stream, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV and Sling Orange. In fact, DirecTV Stream and Fubo offer free trials, so you can try out their services to watch “Bluey” for free.

The new episode “Ghostbasket” sees the return of Bluey and Bingo’s granny alter egos Janet and Rita, while the special “The Sign” follows the Heller Family getting ready to attend the wedding of the year of babysitter Frisky and Uncle Radley.

Meanwhile, the special is the longest episode of “Bluey” to date clocking in at 28 minutes. This is equal to four regular-length episodes of the hit Australian TV show.

The special has a voice cast, including David McCormack, Melanie Zanetti, Patrick Brammall, Rose Byrne, Joel Edgerton, Deborah Mailman, Rove McManus, Claudia O’Doherty, Myf Warhurst, Meg Washington, Brendan Williams and others.

“Bluey” returns for a new episode and an extra-long special titled “The Sign” on Disney+. In the meantime, watch the trailer for the new episodes below:

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