We’re in love with Peacock’s new Barney documentary.


We’re in love with Peacock’s new Barney documentary.

I adore you, you adore E!, and we’ll all adore this Barney documentary.

Our favorite purple dinosaur is returning to television, but this time as a documentary, according to Peacock.

15 that it had begun filming a three-part Peacock Original documentary based on the beloved children’s show Barney and Friends, which aired from 1992 to 2010.

To tell the story of the Barney phenomenon, the streaming service will combine archival footage with exclusive interviews with cast, crew, and the show’s harshest critics.

According to the official description, the three-part documentary will “examine Barney the Dinosaur’s rock star-like trajectory, the beloved character who captured the hearts of millions of children and then became the target of hate and rage across pop culture, the early internet, and playgrounds around the world.”

Finally, a way to watch Barney and Friends past the age of five that is socially acceptable.

Scout Productions, executive producer of Queer Eye, Equal, and The Hype, is producing the documentary, which will premiere in 2022 and is directed by Tommy Avallone of The Bill Murray Stories.

Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Madison Pettis, Malese Jow of The Vampire Diaries, and Kyla Pratt, all of whom first met T-Rex on Barney and Friends, are among his famous pals.

When the documentary premieres in 2022, here’s hoping for some celebrity guest interviews from these stars.

(The NBCUniversal family includes both E! and Peacock.)

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