Teletubbies is a British children's television series that first aired in 1997. The show follows the adventures of four colorful characters, Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa, and Po, who live in a magical world called Teletubbyland.
The show was created by Anne Wood and Andrew Davenport and was produced by Ragdoll Productions.
The Teletubbies were designed to look like infants, with round heads and simple features.
Each Teletubby has a unique personality and color scheme, with Tinky Winky being purple, Dipsy being green, Laa-Laa being yellow, and Po being red.
The show is aimed at preschool children and focuses on simple concepts such as numbers, colors, and shapes.
The Teletubbies' home, Teletubbyland, is a colorful and magical place filled with hills, flowers, and playful creatures called "Noos-Noos."
The show features a mixture of live-action and animation.
The Teletubbies speak in a language called "Tubbytalk," designed to be easy for young children to understand.
The show was very popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s, aired in over 120 countries and received several awards and accolades.
The show was not without controversy, with some critics arguing that it was too simplistic and that the characters were not positive role models for children.
The show was rebooted in 2015 with new episodes, but the original episodes still air in different countries, and the merchandise is still available.