What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has released a trailer for Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock.
- All 13 episodes of the new show will stream from January 21.
Streaming service Apple TV+ has shared the first official trailer for Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock, a TV show based on the kids show from yesteryear. The show starts streaming on January 21, but you'll obviously need an Apple TV+ subscription to take it all in.
Apple confirmed the premiere date in a press release, noting that some of the original Fraggles will be joined by new ones voiced by special guest stars.
All 13 episodes of Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock will be available to stream on day one, so there will be no need to wait for your next fix!
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