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TV Pick: 'Teletubbies' are back to say 'Eh-oh!'

TV Pick: 'Teletubbies' are back to say 'Eh-oh!'

Teletubbies (Nick Jr., weekdays). The Teletubbies, Po, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Tinky Winky, are back – or perhaps it's we who are back. They've doubtless been busy in Teletubbyland the whole time, eating toast and Tubby custard, going outside and going inside, not growing an inch or increasing their vocabulary a whit since 2001, when the original series went out of production after four years and 365 episodes. The show, which hails from the U.K., was revived there last year – the brand is now controlled by the Canadian DHX Media, which also owns “Yo Gabba Gabba!,” but is still produced out of England – and has now reached the...

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