He wore a whole lot of green.
Fred Rogers, the host of beloved public television show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," undoubtedly touched the lives of many. Read more...
One man shares his story of a chance encounter with his childhood icon—and the incredible lesson he took away.
Next year is the 50th anniversary of Mister Rogers' neighborhood, and we can't help but feel drawn back to the simpler, gentler, make-believe world of the King of Cardigans. READ MORE »
On May 15, the streaming platform Twitch began airing all 886 episodes of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, commercial-free, and it will continue doing so until the end of the month. While this slow, square children’s series might not have...Show More Summary
Owen Philips, writing for The Awl: Fortunately, Tim Lybarger, a 40 year-old high school counselor from just outside of Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, wondered the same hing a few years ago. Back in 2011, on his blog devoted to all hings...Show More Summary
While watching a Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood marathon, Owen Phillips for The Awl wondered about the colors of Mister Rogers’ cardigans over the years. So Phillips tallied the colors and plotted… Tags: color, Mister Rogers
Using data from The Neighborhood Archive, Owen Phillips charted the color of every sweater Mister Rogers wore on his PBS television program from 1979 to 2001. Some sweaters were worn once and then never again, like the neon blue cardigan Rogers wore in episode 1497. Show More Summary
Every Color Of Cardigan Mister Rogers Wore From 1979–2001
Video. Mister Rogers' Neighbourhood is something I recall as a feeling rather than a specific set of memories. Wikipedia claims there was a whole cast of characters -- Mr McFeely, Pilot Ito, Officer Clemmons and a few dozen puppets -- but I don't remember them. Show More Summary
Twitch is currently streaming all 886 episodes of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Twitch is best known as the place to watch other people play games, but is experimenting with different content. The Mister Rogers marathon is happening right now, and set to end on June 3rd, 2017. Show More Summary
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood is something I recall as a feeling rather than a specific set of memories. Wikipedia claims there was a whole cast of characters—Mr. McFeely, Pilot Ito, Officer Clemmons, and a few dozen puppets—but I don’t remember them. With the passage of time, the show’s details have collapsed into a… Read more...
Twitch has partnered with PBS and The Fred Rogers Company to present a free, 18 day marathon of the long-running beloved children’s series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. The marathon runs from May 15th through June 3rd, 2017, during which the entire library will be streamed. Show More Summary
Streaming video site Twitch is currently showing all 886 episodes of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood as a PBS fundraiser. The Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Marathon features the most comprehensive collection of episodes available, including many that only aired once and are unavailable elsewhere online. Show More Summary
How early childhood became political.
Having already burned through every episode of Bob Ross’ The Joy Of Painting and Julia Childs’ The French Chef, Twitch has announced its next massive marathon of a public broadcasting classic. Starting on May 15 at midnight PT, Amazon’s livestreaming site will be broadcasting the entire 886-episode run of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Show More Summary
If you’ve ever wanted to retreat into childhood and live in Mister Rogers’ neighborhood for a while, your chance is coming. On Thursday, the online streaming platform Twitch, which is … Click to Continue »
The streaming site for video games is changing its tune with plans to stream a "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" marathon.
After integrating Bob Ross so thoroughly into its culture (to the point where he’s started cropping up in actual games), Twitch is bringing another beloved, soft-voiced childhood icon to its platform with a Mister Rogers marathon. Twitch...Show More Summary