What you need to know
- Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock will premiere on Apple TV+ on January 21, 2022.
- Apple TV+ has also shared a new teaser for the reboot.
Jim Henson's Fraggle Rock is back on TV screens on January 21, 2022, with Apple TV+ making the announcement while also sharing a new teaser for the reboot.
The new show will run for 13 episodes, with all of the gang present and correct for what is sure to be another popular addition to the growing Apple TV+ streaming catalog.
Apple TV+ continues to expand its catalog of kid-oriented shows with Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show having also premiered on the service.
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