Tinky-Winky and The Gang are Back! Netflix Reboots Favorite Children TV Show, ‘Teletubbies’ With a Twist

Tinky-Winky and The Gang are Back! Netflix Reboots Favorite Children TV Show, ‘Teletubbies’ With a Twist

Do you remember the show you adored during your childhood days? Cartoon shows and animations are a world of treasure for kids. Every kid grows up with these innocent storylines and joyful faces that keep their imagination alive, as people never forget their favorite character or show no matter how old they get. Bringing back all the happy days 90s kids spent with their beloved cartoons, Netflix has announced a reboot of Teletubbies.

The baby-faced Tinky, Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa, and Po will once again fill kids with eliciting joy. This is certainly one of the biggest surprises as we know the streamer is attracting viewers by reviving vintage shows of the 1990s and 2000s. Let us see what new spark they have added to the kids favorite show.

Netflix has given a new voice to the classic Teletubbies show

The preschool series Teletubbies first arrived on television in 1996 and ran constantly for six years. The British show was created by Anne Wood and Andrew Davenport for BBC and became a rapid success because the characters were designed in resemblance to toddlers that most kids felt connected with them.

Now the show is back as we recently saw a glimpse of characters on Britain’s Got Talent with Simon Cowell. Moreover, Netflix has hired a new narrator for Teletubbies, Tituss Burgess, an American actor and singer. Many have might seen him in the Netflix show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

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Even after the top show in the US, it was denounced for “damaging to the moral lives of children” as told by The Guardian. However, the comments made by Jerry Falwell never affected the image of the series. Meanwhile, the Production head took a stand for the interpretation of the innocent character Tinky-Winky.

“Not gay. He’s not straight. He’s just a character in a children’s series. I think that we should just let the Teletubbies go and play in Teletubbyland and not try to define them,” said the production head.

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Furthermore, the streaming giant has several plans for launching preschool show including Waffles + Mochi’s Restaurant, Gabby’s Dollhouse, StoryBots, and Cocomelon. Teletubbies will premiere on Netflix on 14 November, 2022. Are you excited to watch Tinky-Winky again? Share your thoughts with us in the comment box.

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