Beat Bugs Arrives On Netflix // #StreamTeam

If you are a fan of The Beatles, then you are going to absolutely love “Beat Bugs”, the latest kids show to arrive on Netflix. Season 1 hit our screens on Wednesday (3rd August) and it is quite simply brilliant!

Beat Bugs

Inspired by the songs of The Beatles, Beat Bugs tells uplifting and life-affirming stories filled with hope and melody. The animated show follows five best friends – Crick, Jay, Buzz, Kumi and Walter – who together discover life’s most important lessons in an overgrown suburban backyard. The Beat Bugs live out these childhood adventures to the words and music of The Beatles. 

Created by Josh Wakely, Beat Bugs incorporates more than 50 songs from the Lennon/McCartney ‘Northern Songs’ catalogue and features covers by world-leading music artists.

Beat Bugs

 The following artists feature in Season 1:

P!nk – Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds – Ep1

James Corden – I’m A Loser – Ep2

Aloe Blacc – Rain – Ep3

Robbie Williams – Good Day Sunshine – Ep4

Eddie Veder – Magical Mystery Tour – Ep6

Frances – In My Life – Ep10

The Shins – The Word – Ep11

The Lumineers – Honey Pie – Ep12 

Sia – Blackbird – Ep13

Beat Bugs

Season 2 will premiere on 18th November 2016 with artists such as Rod Stewart (Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band), Jennifer Hudson (I’ll Follow The Sun), James Bay (Hey Bulldog) and Of Monsters And Men (Eleanor Rigby).

I think Beat Bugs is going to be a huge hit for Netflix and the number one choice for “family” viewing over the Summer holidays. It is a perfect marriage between great animation and classic Beatles songs that us parents have loved over the years and been dying to teach our kids about.

Beat BugsWith five cute little bug friends: Crick, Jay, Buzz, Kumi and Walter you know your little ones are going to have a buzzing good time while listening to some amazingly timeless music.

Have a watch of the official trailer and let me know what you think!

Disclosure: As a member of the Netflix #StreamTeam i will be sharing regular posts relating to Netflix and will receive products/services as part of my role, however, all thoughts are my own.
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    • 16 August, 2016 / 9:04 pm

      I’d definitely recommend it lovely, it’s such a fun show and great for the adults too! Who doesn’t love the Beatles eh? xx

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