Over the past two decades, Tracy Beaker has been a staple of children’s television, and lifelong fans were happy to see him return this year in the latest instalment, My Mum Tracy Beaker. More than 2 million people watched the first three days of the series on iPlayer, making it the most-streamed CBBC programme debut of all time.
CBBC has announced a new five-part series featuring the mother-daughter combination named The Beaker Girls, capitalising on the success of the series. There is nothing better than seeing the character we grew up with the return to television. All the information we have on The Beaker Girls may be found below.
The Beaker Girls will follow Tracy and her daughter Jess as they settle into their new life as owners of the Dumping Ground junk business in Cooksea, a seaside village in New England’s northeast. After a runaway youngster who the system has repeatedly failed makes her way into Tracy’s home, Tracy’s life appears to have come full circle as she contemplates becoming a foster parent,” according to the official synopsis. However, there is a chance Jess will be reluctant to share her mother.”
Regarding My Mum Tracy Beaker, Tali Walters said: “The everlasting devotion of our audiences for the Tracy Beaker character was obvious in My Mum Tracy Beaker’s reception.” The Beaker Girls will touch our audiences, and we’re thrilled to work with such a terrific cast and crew to bring this engaging mother and daughter back to the screen for their next chapter.
“Tracy” will be played by Dani Harmer once again, while Emma Maggie Davies will play “Jesse” (Emma Maggie Davies). One of the cast members from My Mum is Tracy Beaker, who will be returning to their roles in the upcoming movie. Jordan Duvigneau, Lisa Coleman, Montana Thompson, Justine Littlewood, and Danielle Henry as Sean Godfrey and Cam, respectively. The Beaker Girls will debut later this year on CBBC and BBC iPlayer, although we don’t have a specific release date just yet.