2D animated Australian series Bluey is all set to come on screens for an all-new second season from 10 July on Disney Channel (U.S.) and DisneyNOW. The series has won over preschoolers and parents alike. The first season of the show, brought to us by BBC Studios, will continue to air on Disney Junior and Disney Channel, and will remain available to stream on Disney+. “Bluey has won the hearts of kids and parents with its beautiful animation and honest take on modern family life. The show offers relatable situations for engaging kids every day, which is so important to parents at this current time,” said BBC Studios director of children’s content partnerships Henrietta Hurford-Jones. “Disney Junior and Disney Channel are the perfect homes for a brand new season of inspirational episodes, bringing families together for a genuine co-viewing experience that delivers laughs as well as real, impactful messages.” Season two introduces kids to more of Bluey’s friends and extended family as well as a variety of imaginative and ingenious games, including Tickle Crabs, Fancy Restaurant, Rug Island and many more. The season also shines a spotlight on Bandit and Chilli’s relationship with their daughters, as they continue to juggle work and childcare. The first volume of Bluey season one will be available for purchase through Apple iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu and other digital retailers on 27 July. The debut line of Bluey toys from Moose Toys is also set to launch at retail nationwide later this summer, extending the fun of the popular series.