Billy Eichner is best known for screaming questions at people in public on his web series turned full fledged TV show Billy on the Street. It’s loud and hilarious, but it’s not necessarily appropriate for kids. But you can certainlyShow More Summary
NOTE: It's interesting how many media outlets have picked up the Sesame Street story just in time for April. Surely the launch of a cute Muppet with autism weeks before Autism Awareness month begins was carefully planned. Many of us...
No street is safe from Billy Eichner’s game show antics, not even “Sesame Street.” The comedian brought “Billy on the Street,” the game show in which he surprises pedestrians and asks them questions (usually with help from a fellow celebrity), to “Sesame Street” to promote kindness and compassion. Show More Summary
Billy Eichner is on his absolute best behavior when filming Billy on the Sesame Street, a child-friendly mash-up of Billy on the Street and Sesame Street. Oh, he’ll still barge into your little Muppet conversation, give you a cookie after you specifically try to hand it off to an increasingly ... More »
Armed with cookies, Billy Eichner trades the mean streets of New York for the furry streets of Sesame Street to learn about kindness. Eichner partners up with Cookie Monster to chat up unsuspecting Muppets and reminds everyone that he is "VERY nice." Read more... More about Videos, Sesame Street, Billy Eichner, Watercooler, and Tv
Last week, Sesame Street got a new resident in Julia, an orange-haired Muppet with autism. Funny Or Die has envisioned a distressingly realistic possibility for another new Muppet in the form of Stan, a character that aims to educate...Show More Summary
Julie Andrews’ New Netflix Children’s Show Features a Gender Neutral Muppet (Video) Julie Andrews' new Netflix show "Julie's Greenroom" stars a gender neutral muppet named Riley, a groundbreaking first for children's programming Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
By Anne Dachel Winnipeg Free Press and Sesame Street are soft-selling us autism. April, National Autism Awareness Month has turned from creating awareness of the autism epidemic to promoting autism as a neurological difference to be accepted and accommodated. This...
CONSIDERING BOYS ARE FOUR TO FIVE TIMES MORE LIKELY TO BE DIAGNOSED WITH AUTISM: Why is ‘Sesame Street’s’ New Muppet with Autism a Girl?
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There were two lines, many people deep. Following the world premiere of the documentary “Muppet Guys Talking — Secrets Behind the Show the Whole World Watched,” an intimate look at working with Jim Henson on “Sesame Street” and “The Muppet Show,” nearly every person who stepped up to a microphone...
For anyone whose childhood was enriched by the maternal warmth of Julie Andrews or the humanistic ingenuity of Jim Henson’s Muppets, the new Netflix show, “Julie’s Greenroom,” is guaranteed to be a joyous experience. Andrews co-created...Show More Summary
The Walt Disney Company may have a (very) early Christmas present for Muppets fans. Though it’s only the third month of 2017, Disney has announced a reimagined version of Muppet Babies. But here’s the disappointing part right off the...Show More Summary
A movie about the Cubs’ World Series win is in the works based off David Ross’ new book Teammate: My Journey in Baseball and a World Series for the Ages. Naturally the film will focus on the win through Ross’ eyes and follow him during...Show More Summary
Sesame Street is one of the longest-running kids' shows in history for a good reason. It's not just entertaining; it's also genuinely important, providing kids from all over --- and especially kids from low-income or disadvantaged families...Show More Summary
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(YouTube / Sesame Street) In April, a new muppet will be moving to Sesame Street for the first time in ten years. Julia, a four-year-old who is already friends with Elmo and Abby, will be introducing characters and viewers to children with Autism. Show More Summary
Donald Trump’s proposed budget will defund PBS and anything else that gives the U.S. even the thinest veneer of intellectual curiosity. However, Sesame Street may still survive on HBO, which is good, because they really know how to drag the president. Read more...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNzEyDfTrYA Julia is the new muppet with autism who's joined Sesame Street and she's off to an amazing start with this delightful game of "Boing Boing tag." We love you too, Julia! (Thanks,Sam Borgeso...
Every kid grows out of Sesame Street at some point, but you never really stop loving the Muppets who helped teach you how to count, spell and do the right thing. That’s why every now and then, the characters from the Children’s Television...Show More Summary