Blips (partially found Spanish-British children's TV show; 2004-2009)

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Blipslogo.jpeg

The logo to the show.

Status: Partially Found

Blips is a partially found live-action animation hybrid TV series that was the first broadcast on CITV in the year 2004. It is about a man named Mr. Perfect who would teach the viewer how to get something done "perfectly". After the task is completed, alien-like creatures called "Blips" would reverse the process. It was produced by Ragdoll Entertainment and BRB Internacional.

Found/Partially Found Media[edit | edit source]

Website and Game[edit | edit source]

In 2017, a user called Neapolitan Sledgehammer Cartoons uploaded a video of the game intro taken from the Blips game on the official website for Blips now archived and taken down while another called Sophie Hanssel uploaded a track from Blips ripped from the website.

But later that year, a user called CodeLyokoFan2002 found the full website archive and uploaded a higher quality version of the song from the website as well.

CLF2002's video explaining more about the Blips website.
A higher quality version of the music from the game uploaded by the same person.


On April 5th, 2018, a YouTuber by the name of Yuvi found a link to the game from the CITV website.[1] He found the link on a Hangouts calls on the same day. The Blips game is hosted on that website.[2]

#GiveBlipsLove[edit | edit source]

In 2017, a hashtag used by people on the search for Blips made a hashtag called #GiveBlipsLove. It spread so much to fans of the show and encouraged them to look for the lost series.

Instagram Account[edit | edit source]

On August 14th, 2018, DHX media launched a Blips Instagram page @blipsshow hinting at a possible return of the show, as they post content about Blips that very few viewers have seen.

Lost Media[edit | edit source]

Episodes[edit | edit source]

All the episodes are lost. However, most shows made by Ragdoll Productions are now owned by DHX Media. But episode details were found on Digiguide.[3] All the actual episodes are yet to find soon.

High Quality Version of the Music[edit | edit source]

Blips have only 2 pieces of music ripped from the website. However, music can be found in higher quality soon.

Credits[edit | edit source]

As of 2014, a user on YouTube that is known as Mrgexvideo1990 had the credits for Blips on a CITV continuity video from 2009 at 0:56, but is now unavailable.

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