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Julie Andrews hosts a new Jim Henson Company-produced Netflix children's series. Guest (and puppet voices) include Carol Burnett, Alec Baldwin, Ellie Kemper, Josh Groban, and David Hyde Pierce. Julie's Greenroom is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on March 17, 2017.

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1 Season, 13 Episodes
March 17, 2017
Kids & Family
Cast: Julie Andrews, Giullian Yao Gioiello, Jennifer Barnhart, Tyler Bunch
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Julie's Greenroom Full Episode Guide

  • It's opening night, and the Greenies are ready to share what they've learned with a live audience -- including VIP patron Mrs. Edna Brightful!

  • The Greenies' first dress rehearsal is a mess rehearsal. Can guest director David Hyde Pierce help them sort things out before curtain call?

  • Special guest Tituss Burgess shows up with an array of colorful costumes that help the Greenies bring their characters to life.

  • When the percussion instruments they ordered go missing, the Greenies are forced to improvise with a little help from the cast of "Stomp."

  • Julie sends in a clown -- professional showman Bill Irwin -- to help calm Riley's fears about being funny and teach the gang about circus arts.

  • When Fizz asks master violinist Joshua Bell for musical guidance, the friends learn that playing an instrument takes tons of practice.

  • The Greenies attempt a run-through, but their focus is on the fritz. Can improv expert Ellie Kemper shape their chaos into something amazing?

  • Sara Bareilles stops by to teach the Greenies how to make their own melodies. But combining music and lyrics takes serious teamwork.

  • The Greenies hit the barre for a master class with married dancers Tiler Peck and Robert Fairchild, who've come to show them some ballet basics.

  • When a disappointed Peri learns she'll be playing an ogre, Alec Baldwin reminds the Greenies that acting is all about pretending.

  • Josh Groban visits the theater for Julie's birthday and shows the Greenies how to sing from the heart -- and in perfect harmony.

  • The Greenies start working on the script for their mashup musical with help from Chris Colfer, who teaches them that words are important.

  • When a burst pipe dashes Julie's plans for "The Wizard of Oz," Idina Menzel gives the Greenies a pep talk and inspires a wickedly good alternative.