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Sunrise hosts can't contain their laughter when beloved children's show is compared to Breaking Bad

Sunrise hosts Natalie Barr and David Koch struggled to get through an interview Friday with Daley Pearson, the executive producer of the beloved children’s show Bluey.

The pair couldn’t contain their laughter as they talked about Bluey being compared to the meth series Breaking Bad.

The trio discussed a ranked list on IMDB for the most popular television episodes of all time, where Breaking Bad took the number one spot and Bluey a close second.

Sunrise presenters Natalie Barr and David Koch struggled to get through an interview with Daley Pearson, the executive producer of the beloved children’s show Bluey, on Friday

Daley was asked if being compared to Breaking Bad was ever something he thought about and he replied jokingly with ‘it was always the dream, it was always the goal.

“Being associated with that show is just a testament to Joe, Charlie, the animators here and everyone who makes the show.”

The discussion was sparked after Bluey became the target of anime trolls who wanted to review the beloved Australian children’s show.

The pair couldn't contain their laughter as they talked about Bluey being compared to the meth series Breaking Bad

The pair couldn’t contain their laughter as they talked about Bluey being compared to the meth series Breaking Bad

The trio discussed a ranked list on IMDB for the most popular television episodes of all time, where Breaking Bad took the number one spot and Bluey a close second.

The trio discussed a ranked list on IMDB for the most popular television episodes of all time, where Breaking Bad took the number one spot and Bluey a close second.

Pearson recently shared a tweet celebrating Bluey’s popularity.

Pearson posted a screenshot to the IMDb website, saying that an episode of the wildly popular program had been ranked by fans on the platform as the No. 2 show of all time after Breaking Bad.

The Bluey episode, called ‘Sleepytime’, received the highest possible score from users, a star rating of 10 out of 10.

But three days after Pearson’s tweet, the show dropped to number 17 in the ratings, with many users giving the episode just one star.

The discussion was sparked after Bluey became the target of anime trolls who wanted to review the beloved Australian children's show

The discussion was sparked after Bluey became the target of anime trolls who wanted to review the beloved Australian children’s show

Meanwhile, episodes of anime series such as Attack on Titan and Code Geass made it to the top of the IMDb’s hottest episodes.

Fans speculated that Pearson’s Twitter thread caused Bluey to fall victim to trolls.

“Since this tweet went out, some people started messing up the user rating,” one irate fan wrote below Pearson’s story.

Pearson recently shared a tweet celebrating Bluey's popularity

Pearson recently shared a tweet celebrating Bluey’s popularity

The Bluey episode, called 'Sleepytime', received the highest possible rating from users, a star rating of 10 out of 10, but three days after Pearson's tweet, the show had dropped to number 17 in the ratings, with many users giving the episode just one star.

The Bluey episode, called ‘Sleepytime’, received the highest possible rating from users, a star rating of 10 out of 10, but three days after Pearson’s tweet, the show had dropped to number 17 in the ratings, with many users giving the episode just one star.

The controversy has sparked a storm on social media site Reddit, which has openly speculated that Anime fans are responsible for judging the show’s bombing.

“It’s really a badge of honor,” said one user.

“Everything starts to get haters once it gets enough height.”

They continued: ‘The fact that it’s getting the critical acclaim, the crazy recent offensive articles – all a testament to how good this show is at reaching that level. And the fact that it’s a children’s program makes it all the more amazing.’

The controversy has sparked a storm on social media site Reddit, which openly speculates that Anime fans are responsible for rating the bombing of Bluey.

The controversy has sparked a storm on social media site Reddit, which openly speculates that Anime fans are responsible for rating the bombing of Bluey.

Bluey follows the adventures of “a sweet, inexhaustible six-year-old Blue Heeler dog” along with her family and friends.

The much-loved episode ‘Sleepytime’ won a Kids Emmy in 2019 and involves the characters Bingo and Floppy in an intergalactic adventure.

Launched in 2018 on ABC, Bluey was quickly lauded for its refreshing characters—particularly Bandit as a capable and smart dad, as opposed to a clumsy background character common in children’s shows.

It also received rave reviews from critics and parents alike, who applauded its benign storylines and riffs about modern parenting.

The cartoon has become extremely popular in the US after it premiered on Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney+ in September 2019.

Last year, The New York Times described the show as “the biggest Australian export since The Wiggles” – the country’s most famous children’s band.

Bluey follows the adventures of 'a sweet, inexhaustible six-year-old Blue Heeler dog' along with her family and friends

Bluey follows the adventures of ‘a sweet, inexhaustible six-year-old Blue Heeler dog’ along with her family and friends

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