A brand new children's television show released on US-based streaming services has raised eyebrows in Australia for apparently ripping off the beloved Aussie cartoon Bluey Chip Chilla follows the daily lives of a rodent family in similar style, sound and animation to the Brisbane-made Bluey cartoon. Released on the Bentkey app on October 16, 2023, Chip Chilla has already been labelled the 'bootleg Bluey'. Speaking at an unrelated press conference, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk described the show as a disappointing counterfeit. "I think it looks very similar, I think it's outrageous," the premier said. "And if I was Bluey, I'll go and sue them." The Bentkey streaming app is the latest release from conservative media house The Daily Wire and its founders, political commentator Ben Shapiro and film-maker Jeremy Boreing. Chip Chilla is one of four original series to be released on the US-based streaming service and is the brainchild of actor and culture war activist Rob Schneider.