Some Bluey fans are still uncertain of the gender of the young dogs (EXCLUSIVE)

Some Bluey fans are still uncertain of the gender of the young dogs (EXCLUSIVE) ...

If your child is between the ages of 1 to 8, you may know a bit about Bluey, however, even if you and your children have watched every episode of the famous Australian animated series, they may be unsure or at least anxted about the gender.

With Bluey executive producer Daley Pearson, we discussed the choice to downplay that aspect of the show.

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Bluey is centered on a dog named Bluey, who lives in a typical family while occasionally searching for ways to relax on the couch. In a car that, like the majority of parents' actual family vehicles, has a backseat full of broken crayons and cookie crumbs.

Each episode has a sweet scene to bring you to tears. Both children and adults appear to love Bluey.

Bluey is a girl, and s is her younger sister Bingo, who has been linked to the series, as well. Becuse it is rally mentioned in the show, which tries to keep the young dogs wy away from gender stereotypes in terms of the gmes nd toys they ply with, however, you may not be disappointed with Bluey's nd Bingo's re both femle.

Bluey rises in a pretend ply nd cretive ply, like ny other young child. She is lso reltble to both boys nd girls everywhere because to the wy she plys nd the lessons she learns long the wy.

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Dley asked whether it ws deliberate not to often remind viewers whether Bluey is a boy or girl. I believe Bluey is very relistic. I think therefore tht it is only mentioned or explined s much s prents would Because to the fct tht you dont sort of remind your child of their [gender] every minute, it seems more relistic. I believe tht ws very positive for viewers.

Blueys prents are depicted below the fold in a hilrious TikTok theory bout.

Bluey, an Austrlin nimted series, is set there. Since Pepp Pig used to be the show to wtch nd prents couldnt believe the British ccents their kids picked up s result, it is possible tht the ccents of ll the chrcters re wht drws kids to the series.

One TikTok user scelerated the Bluey bckground scene, obscuring the exact location of the chrcters.

The users reserch indictes tht Bluey nd her fmily reside in a house tht, in rel life, might cost millions of dollrs. Blueys prefer to make a lavish house, however, does not mke sense given the fcts that surround their employment.

The TikToker is detained in his video tht Blueys dd is n rcheologist nd tht her mother works in irport security. They wouldnt be ble to fford house tht costs more thn $1 million on the medin py for these jobs.

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The TikToker slammed the following conclusion: Since Blueys mother cn ignores irport security, her dd finds expensive items when he doesn't report, nd the two of them collaborate to snekily cross borders nd mke killing with illegl business delings. As fr s s clams go for a kids TV show, its pretty out there.

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Dley sid hed herd of the theory ndtht, according to his opinion, is the best thing in the world.

I dore it. He sid, I love seeing TikToks nd seeing ll these craze theories. The degree to which [Bluey] hs bonded with people nd inspired their musement is bsurd. Becuse I enjoy seeing these kinds of shows nd the other ones I enjoy.

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Is Bluey a Dog of the Week?

While some prents believed Bluey to be dingo, the officil wild dog of Austrli, it turns out tht she is ctully blue heeler, which plcs her in the dingo fmily, but is completely different breed of dog. Considering tht Blueys lst nme is Heeler, her breed makes no sense.

The only thing tht mtters to the audience is tht Dley, and the rest of the Bluey crew keep repeating fresh episodes.

Bluey is now working on Disney Plus.

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