Apple TV+ acquires ‘Yo Gabba Gabba’ and is making new episodes

Apple isn’t just bringing brand new shows and movies to TV+. It’s picking up some existing series to build out the library, but it’s selective about which ones to add. After it became in 2020, Apple has acquired another notable kids’ show: Yo Gabba Gabba!.

All existing Yo Gabba Gabba! episodes and specials are coming to Apple TV+. There are 20 new half-hour episodes being made for the service too, as notes. Apple is working on the episodes with WildBrain and Yo Gabba Gabba LLC, which co-own the Yo Gabba Gabba! IP.

Apple previously and is rebooting the show with . It was a similar case with Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman’s travel docuseries Long Way Down and Long Way RoundLong Way Up, another show featuring the actors traveling across South and Central America on electric motorbikes, .

Meanwhile, reports suggest Apple is ramping up its output for the streaming service. According to , Apple plans to add at least one movie or TV show a week in 2022, which would more than double its pace of releases in 2021. The publication’s sources also said the company is planning to spend north of $500 million on Apple TV+ marketing this year.

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