Why adults love the children’s show Bluey | The Current

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The show Bluey is ostensibly for kids, but it’s gained a significant following among adults for the way it handles storylines about death and infertility; in the recent season finale, Bluey and her family processed tough emotions about a potential move. Meryl Alper, an associate professor in communication studies at Northeastern University in the U.S., tells us more about this charming blue heeler dog.

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