Blake Lively made fast friends with Big Bird when she stopped by "Sesame Street," and she revealed Tuesday why meeting him was so meaningful to her.
Frank Oz and his “Muppet Guys Talking” puppeteer pals share their memories of working with mastermind Jim Henson and speculate on how he created unforgettable characters like Kermit.
As the lovely shrines we keep in all our homes can attest, we all really want Stranger Things to come back at its earliest convenience. As we all wait politely and do our necessary Hawkins research, maybe this savvy (and heartfelt) Sesame Street parody can help ease the gap. Served up as a loving 6-minute long homage to Netflix’s supernatural hit, Sharing Things tweaks the saga to give the whole affair a nice kids-friendly and educational vibe and look (LOOK!) Muppet Barb is kicking around in the Sesame dimension.
On "Today," Elmo and Abby Cadabby from "Sesame Street" dropped by to introduce to the world the newest character, Rudy, Abby’s new stepbrother. He’ll first appear on the show on Aug. 5.
Sesame Street continued its streak of amazing musical parodies by doing a musical mashup parody of some classic ’80s tunes. The Street crew tackled everything from Culture Club to Wham!, and even got in a “Footloose” parody called “Loose Goose,” featuring Grover in a Kevin Bacon wig. Everyone got in on the action, including The Count, Elmo, and Cookie Monster.
Whitmire was fired last fall after voicing Kermit for 27 years but has stayed quiet about the firing until a recent post on his website.
Sesame Street has done it again! The iconic children’s show parodied The Real Housewives in a three-part video series called The Real Grouches of Sesame Street, featuring Oscar, Grundgetta, Garbage Dump, and Grover. Grover may seem like an odd choice, since he’s not very grouchy, but as the cuddly blue puppet put it, “Every show needs the cute one.”
Sesame Street has long been an advocate for diversity and inclusion. This week, the children’s show introduced its newest Muppet, Julia, a 4-year-old girl with autism, created to raise awareness and redefine perceptions of those with the disability. Judging by the viral response on social media to her debut, she’s off to an amazing start
Elmo and Big Bird are getting a new neighbor on Sesame Street: Julia, a muppet with autism. The character was introduced in 2015 in an online-only digital storybook, and she continues with the show’s social-impact program, Sesame Street and Autism. Now Julia will make her debut on the show — live and in the felt — beginning in April.
The “For Peete’s Sake” star, who has been an autism activist since her 19-year-old son, RJ, was diagnosed at the age of 3, celebrated the new addition to the classic kids’ show.
Sesame Street star Elmo appeared on Australia’s TV Show The Project and made an impassioned plea to his favorite Grammy Award-winning singer, Adele. The Muppet is currently in Australia to promote Sesame Street’s 47th year on the air.
It’s time to light the tree. It’s time to watch A Muppet Family Christmas on YouTube on repeat! Premiering on ABC 29 years ago today — Dec. 16, 1987 — the all-star Muppet mash-up is the only Christmas special you need to watch this, or any other, holiday season. Made three years prior to Jim Henson’s untimely death, the hourlong program brings together beloved characters from all four shows that made up his puppet empire in the ‘80s: The Muppet Show, Sesame Street, Muppet Babies, and Fraggle Rock. It’s worth noting that sightings of A Muppet Family Christmas are also rare: The special’s VHS and DVD releases are long out of print, and the streaming rights haven’t been acquired by any of the major services, like Netflix or Hulu.
Among the timely topics raised at the TV Critics Association session with PBS president and CEO Paula Kerger on Thursday was the announcement that "Sesame Street" is booting some of its most senior human cast members.
On "Last Week Tonight," John Oliver took on lead poisoning — a pervasive issue highlighted by the Flint, Mich., crisis.
Sesame Street Review: HBO Gives The Show A New Neighborhood Sesame Street is returns on Saturday for its new season in a new neighborhood: HBO, not PBS. The 35 new episodes of season 46 (!) will air first on HBO and then appear on no-subscription-needed PBS nine months later. What’s most striking about the new Sesame Street is that it’s been brightened and tidied up to a High-Definition sheen.
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