The kid’s favourite will be seen at 7:30pm every night to say goodnight to the children of Australia, which is what Fat Cat has been doing in Western Australia for years.
The Advertiser reports his mum, Mumphrey, will read a goodnight story before Humphrey blows a kiss and waves goodnight to children watching at home.
The return follows four years in the wilderness for Humphrey, aside from the odd appearance, after his owners went into bankruptcy in South Australia.
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth will also broadcast Humphrey’s goodnight message on community stations.
He will also appear, alongside children’s entertainers The Fairies, as part of a daily morning block of children’s TV programming branded C’Mon Kids, running from 7am to 8.30am on Channel 44. Select states will broadcast the block under a different name.