‘I Love You, You Hate Me’: How to Watch the Barney Documentary Online
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According to Peacock, the documentary chronicles the “furious backlash” aimed at Barney and “what it says about the human need to hate.”
“As the beloved character was headed into the stratosphere, people couldn’t accept that this was a show, and so, let the bashing begin,” Al Roker says in the film of the lovable T. rex, created by Sheryl Leach and voiced by Bob West, who also appears in I Love You, You Hate Me.
The documentary is directed by Tommy Avallone and produced by Trent Johnson and Scout Productions. Rob Eric, Joel Chiodi, David Collins, Michael Williams, Avallone, Raymond Esposito, Wendy Greene, and Amy Goodman Kass are executive producers.
The series Barney & Friends premiered on PBS in 1992, with Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato among the cast of child actors. The show ended in 2010.
Read on for directions on how to stream the Barney documentary on Peacock.
Barney Documentary: How to Watch I Love You, You Hate Me on Peacock
I Love You, You Hate Me is streaming exclusively on Peacock. If you’re not subscribed, Peacock starts at $4.99/month for the ad-supported Premium plan or $49.99/year for the annual plan. To stream without commercials, join Peacock Premium Plus for $9.99/month.
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Watch the trailer for I Love You, You Hate Me below.