"Sesame Street" is heading to Syrian refugee camps, a blessing for kids with little hope. Better yet, experts say, Elmo and friends can help fight extremism.
The introduction of Julia, an autistic Sesame Street character, drew claims by vaccine opponents that the puppet is part of a conspiracy.
The mashup we didn't know we sorely needed! Sesame Street took on the Real Housewives in three brand new parody videos on Wednesday, and they are all gems! Related: RHOBH Fans Divided Over Lisa Rinna & Kim Richards! What is this unlikely merging called? The Real Grouches of Sesame Street of course! Meet the ladies muppets in the first [...]
Sesame Street released a three-part parody of The Real Housewives called The Real Grouches of Sesame Street. It doesn't work. I'm a grouch. Read this story »
We can't think of two entities more polar opposite than the Muppets of Sesame Street and the women of The Real Housewives franchise. But thanks to the hilariously adorable parody "The Real Grouches of Sesame Street," the two meet in...Show More Summary
The Sesame Street parody you've been waiting for is here: Meet The Real Grouches. Yes, Sesame Street is taking on The Real Housewives franchise in a three-part parody (yes, it's like most...
Sesame Street has long been a purveyor of quality Muppet-based parodies of pop culture favorites, and its latest should be a hit with the Bravo set. “The Real Grouches Of Sesame Street” follows Oscar, Grundgetta, and Diva GarbageDump as they mix with outsider Grover and revel in treating each other terribly. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — Google Earth is getting a revival, with the 3-D mapping service becoming more of a tool for adventure and exploration. Google has partnered with such groups as the BBC, NASA and the producers of "Sesame Street" to mix...Show More Summary
A racist Muppet in itself won’t end racism, of course, but it could properly educate the generation who might. The post Should Sesame Street Introduce a Racist Muppet? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Most of us take the show's educational purpose (learning letters, numbers, and the like) for granted now, but in Sesame Street's early years on the air in the 1970s, experts differed enormously over how effective the program was, and the results of studies were all over the place. Some even argued that the Muppet monsters […]
Welcome to Sesame Street, Julia! In March, Sesame Street announced plans to bring Julia—a muppet character with autism who’s appeared in books, apps, and other supplemental material—onto its flagship show. And she finally made her official debut on the iconic block this week. Show More Summary
“Sesame Street” is known for its good-natured parodies of famous people, even featuring a Donald Trump-esque character called Ronald Grump. Since the current administration seems to love “Sesame Street” and PBS so much, HuffPost Comedy...Show More Summary
Slate's Marissa Martinelli talks with Julia Bascom, executive director of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network.
When Sesame Street introduced Julia, a muppet with autism, first in digital form in 2015 and then in physical form on the show earlier this year, we were instantly hooked on the sweet and likeable character. Now, to continue in its quest...Show More Summary
Use problem solving skills in these math and science games with your favorite PBS KIDS characters Wild Kratts, WordGirl, Curious George, Sesame Street and the Cat in
Which character will it be? It is a mystery! And your open thread!
On Monday, Sesame Street introduced its newest Muppet, a redheaded four-year-old with a fondness for tag and a stuffed bunny, to the world. Julia is the first autistic character ever to be introduced on the beloved children's program, a milestone for autistic representation onscreen. Show More Summary
The White House asked Sesame Street characters to appear at its annual Easter Egg Roll just four days after President Donald Trump’s administration proposed ending all funding for PBS and the Sesame Street program. PBS confirmed to The New York Times that the White House made a last-minute...