Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock [Apple TV+]

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A teaser has been released for the holiday special of the Apple TV+ musical kids show “Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock,” arriving on November 18.

Published on YouTube by the Jim Henson Company, the teaser for the special, titled “Night of the Lights,” shows the Fraggles celebrating the holidays.

The story for the special has Jamdolin, voiced by Emmy Award-nominated Daveed Diggs, encouraging Wembley to make a special wish. The Fraggles then head out on an adventure, seeking the brightest light and trying to find the true meaning of the holiday.

The episode will be premiering globally on November 18 on Apple TV+.

“Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock” is a revival of the classic Jim Henson puppet show, which Apple TV+ started airing from January 21, 2022. As well as new episodes, Apple also bought the streaming rights to the back catalog in 2020, bringing classic episodes to the service.

The special accompanies others in Apple’s slate of holiday content. Other seasonal specials include offerings from “Pretzel and the Puppies,” “Interrupting Chicken,” “The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse, and the Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrel-fronted “Spirited.”

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