It’s easy to be cynical about another reboot, but it’s not just the premise of Fraggle Rock: Rock On! that captures the joy of the original series—it’s the impressive way in which the series is being produced, week-to-week, that also maintains Fraggle Rock’s spirit of creativity and connectedness. – The AV Club
He is also happy that the show will allow him to expand his audience, “I really love that I can reach young people because I can’t really do that with my music or my films which are for mature audiences. Through this experience, I was finally able to create something for kids and I’m really proud of that.” – BET
Were you a fan of Fraggle Rock as a kid? Well, Jim Henson’s muppet creates are back and ready to entertain a whole new generation of fans in Fraggle Rock: Rock On! on Apple TV+! If you’re not yet familiar with the popular original series, there’s no time like now to tune in and check out the all-new show. Featured on the show also is Academy Award® Winner Common (Selma, Luv), jamming along with the Fraggles. The series, which captures the spirit of interconnectedness, was shot on iPhone 11s and premiered last month exclusively on Apple TV+. Keep reading to check out the buzz and find out what critics are saying about Fraggle Rock: Rock On!
“I love it so much! I have no qualms with saying how much I enjoyed this experience. I really love that I can reach young people because I can’t really do that with my music or my films which are for mature audiences. Through this experience, I was finally able to create something for kids and I’m really proud of that.” – Common to EW
The one thing we can all agree on, however rare a feeling that may be, is that Jim Hensonand his lovable felt friends can always make people smile. So it’s with great excitement, especially in these quarantined times, that Apple TV+ has announced it will stream Fraggle Rock: Rock On!, a collection of new mini-episodes of Fraggle Rock produced by The Jim Henson Company – Consequence of Sound
I think that the Fraggles have always been about connection, and they’ve always been about the power of togetherness, as well as the power of music. And I think that right now that’s what we’re all drawn to, right? – Executive Producer John Tartaglia to CBC