What you need to know
- A Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock first look video is now available to stream.
- Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock premieres on January 21.
- Gobo, Red, Boober, Mokey, Wembley, and Uncle Travelling Mat are all coming back.
A new first look video has been shared to give us an idea of what we can expect when Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock lands on our TV screens on January 21. The Apple TV+ show is one that fans old and new can very much begin looking forward to.
As you can expect music will play a huge roll in the show and there will be plenty to look forward to, not to mention some big-name gues stars as well.
Those looking forward to the show should definitely check out the first look video, if only to see the sheer scale of the sets that are being used.
If you weren't already looking forward to this show I can bet you will be now!
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