“Bluey”'s Upcoming 'Super Sized' Episode Gets 'Fun' First Trailer — Watch!

The extended episode, titled "The Sign", will premiere on April 14 on Disney Channel and Disney+

Yes, this is for real life — the trailer for the super-sized episode of Bluey has arrived!

On Monday, Disney released a sneak peek of the first extended-length episode of the hit children's series. Details about "The Sign" remain scarce but the sneak peek hints that the episode will see Bluey, Bingo, Bandit, Chilli and the extended Heeler family celebrating the wedding of Bandit's brother Radley to Frisky.

In the teaser, Bandit, Bluey and Bingo are seen riding in the car singing "Frisky and Radley sitting in a tree. First comes love, then comes marriage," before Bingo adorably adds, "Then the little dinosaur sitting in the carriage."

Elsewhere in the trailer, Bingo and her cousins — Muffins and Socks — can be seen wearing flower crowns, while Bandit and Radley's younger brother, Stripe, wears a bow tie at a fancy dinner table.

<p>Disney Junior</p> <em>Bluey</em> "The Sign" poster

Disney Junior

Bluey "The Sign" poster

Returning voice actors for the episode include Dave McCormack and Melanie Zanetti as Bandit and Chilli Heeler, Patrick Brammall as Uncle Rad, Claudia O’Doherty as Frisky, Megan Washington as Calypso, Myf Warhurst as Trixie and Rose Byrne as Aunt Brandy.

Several actors will be making their Bluey debut in the episode, including Rove McManus, Deborah Mailman, Brendan Williams and The Boys in the Boat star Joel Edgerton.

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Deadline previously reported the special Bluey episode will have a runtime of 28 minutes, more than double the typical seven-minute length of the show's regular installments.

In addition to "The Sign," Disney will debut a new standard-length episode, "Ghostbasket," the week prior on April 7 on Disney Junior, Disney+ and the Disney Channel. The episode will see Bluey and Bingo once again engage in pretend play as grannies Janet and Rita, who previously appeared in the season one episode "Grannies" and the season three episode "Granny Mobile."

<p>Disney Junior/Youtube</p> <em>Bluey</em> still from "The Sign"

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Bluey still from "The Sign"

Bluey has proven to be a huge hit for Disney. Per a press release obtained by PEOPLE, the Australian series is the number one most-streamed series across all audiences in 2024, as well as the number one show for preschoolers and kids overall, according to Nielsen ratings.

Even celebrities aren't immune to the show's charms. On Saturday, Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Mahomes took their daughter Sterling Skye, 3, and son Patrick "Bronze" Lavon Mahomes III, 15 months, to see the live Bluey show.

"The kids LOVED this," Brittany captioned an image of the stage show on her Instagram Story.

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Earlier this month, the Jonas Brothers also showed Bluey some love at their concert in Brisbane, when they returned to the stage after intermission to the tune of the beloved theme song.

"Surprised our Brisbane fans with a special intermission entrance during the show," they captioned the moment on Instagram.

<p>Disney Junior/Youtube</p> <em>Bluey</em> still from "The Sign"

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Bluey still from "The Sign"

In 2022, Zanetti — the voice of Chilli — told PEOPLE she credits the show's creator, Joe Brumm, for Bluey's cross-cultural appeal.

"I love how much America has embraced this little Aussie show," Zanetti said. "A lot of dads have told me it's taught them how to play with their kids, or taught them to be a better parent. Others have said it's helped them broach topics that can be a bit difficult because of the way it's been investigated through Bluey. And I love that — it's a testament to our creator Joe Brumm, his vision, his writing, and his ability to tap into that very specific time of life with all of its beauty and absurdity and hilarity."

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Blue's special episode, "The Sign," is set to premiere on April 14 at 12:00 a.m. PDT on Disney+, 7:00 a.m. EDT/PDT on Disney Junior and 7:30 a.m. EDT/PDT on the Disney Channel.

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