The new Netflix version of “Teletubbies” will launch on November 14, 2022, excluding the UK where the show originated. Joining iconic Tubbies (Rachelle Beinart, Rebecca Hyland, Nick Chee Ping Kellington and Jeremiah Krage respectively) is “Central Park” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” star, who will now serve as the narrator of the show. program. The trailer also shows the return of Voice Trumpets, so if you’re starting to mourn with the sound of multiple voices chanting “Time for Teletubbies!” or “Time for Tubby Bye-Bye!” repeat within, you have nothing to worry about.
The series will include 12 new episodes showing Teletubbies learning about new things in the 21st century, and will contain a new and original song “Tummy Tales” to accompany each episode’s lesson. Julia Pulo will be the host of “Tummy Tales,” which means we’ll see a lot of zoom on TV belly screens into her segments.
Talking Flowers, Magic Windmill, and Noo-Noo Vacuum will also return, but Noo-Noo is coming in some new colors. Tubby Custard can now be blown up into a giant bubble too, so every parent should invest in Goo-Gone in case little ones try to imitate it, stat.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1081751/everything-you-an-adult-needs-to-know-about-netflixs-teletubbies-reboot/ Everything you, an adult, need to know about Netflix’s Teletubbies reboot