The songs will be performed by a collection of famous singers and performers
Airing from August this year, new Netflix kids show Beat Bugs is looking to introduce young audiences to the music of The Beatles.
The first season will consist of thirteen episodes, each divided into two eleven-minute segments, which each segment containing one Beatles song. This means over the show's first two seasons, kids will get to hear 52 songs by The Beatles.
However, the songs won't be the original recordings, instead line-up to be performed by a host of famous singers, with early announcements including Eddie Vedder, Pink, James Bay, Sia, the Shins, Regina Spektor and Chris Cornell.
The show's creator Josh Wakely spent four years gathering the rights to 300 of the band's songs, which should be enough for the show to last almost twelve seasons on the streaming site.