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Barney Documentary Reveals Its Evil Side

Barney Documentary

Barney Documentary

Apparently, things weren’t always rosy in the Barney & Friends’ production office. According to the new docuseries “I Love You, You Hate Me,” there was a lot of animosity against the popular kids’ show that helped launch the careers of Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez.

As the purple dinosaur on Barney, actor Bob West got death threats, as seen in the teaser for the upcoming two-part series.

According to him, “they were brutal and explicit, death and dismemberment of my family.” “They were going to track me down, and when they did, they were going to kill me.”

Those three women (Sheryl Leach, Kathy Parker, and Dennis DeShazer) came up with the idea for the show back in 1992.

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The character of Barney represents the values of acceptance and openness. A phrase from the trailer reads, “Why does the world want to hate? You should love everyone, and we can all thank Sheryl Leach for that.”

The debut of “I Love You, You Hate Me” on Peacock is slated for October 12.

Check out the teaser below:

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is the Barney Documentary About?

A recent documentary presents a different aspect of the Barney the Dinosaur story. In its new limited series “I Love You, You Hate Me,” Peacock examines “the rise and fall of Barney the Dinosaur’s violent pushback and what it implies about the human impulse to hate.”

How long Has It Been Since the Release of Barney?

It all started on April 6, 1992, when the series debuted on PBS. Barney, the purple anthropomorphic Tyrannosaurus rex who stars in the series, is a lovable, positive, and amiable figure who spreads educational messages through his songs and short dance routines.

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