Julie Andrews is getting a new show and it looks beyond adorable!
The legendary actress has teamed up with The Jim Henson Company to create Julie’s Greenroom, a preschool series featuring a puppet cast of children learning about the performing arts.
The 80-year-old veteran excitedly discussed her new show in an adorable video, previewing what viewers can expect with the help of her puppet pals. There will be singing (of course), dancing, acting, writing, lighting and even circus acts!
Episodes of Julie’s Greenroom will feature original songs and welcome a famous guest stars, including Alec Baldwin, Sara Bareilles, Joshua Bell, Titus Burgess, Carol Burnett, Chris Colfer, Josh Groban, David Hyde Pierce, Ellie Kemper and Idina Menzel, to name a few.
If you didn’t already love Andrews’ new show, she co-created it with her daughter Emma Walton Hamilton, along with Judy Rothman-Rofe. Talk about a family affair!
The 13-episode, half-hour series will premiere on Netflix in early 2017, and marks the Mary Poppins star’s first leading role in over a decade.
Last year, Andrews opened up about her most iconic role, The Sound of Music, which turned 50 in 2015, sharing some behind-the-scenes secrets! Watch ET’s exclusive video to find out more.