And it’s about time!
The next Sesame Street movie has a new studio and a new director.
Our favorite street will look a little different in season 46.
Get excited: We have a two-sentence show description!
The “Empire” star paid a visit to the street on last night’s SNL.
The show business legend who inspired generations of comedians, including Jim Henson, has passed away at the age of 88.
On Boxing Day! Which is after Christmas. What’s up with that?
Sesame Street’s performance at the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s Christmas concert is coming up!
There’s more Sesame Street stuff going on at Lincoln Center than just an exhibit!
Also maybe there might possibly be a Labyrinth sequel someday, maybe, possibly.
The Sesame monsters riff on True Detective, House of Cards, Scandal, and other shows on past Elmo’s bedtime.
Fran Brill’s work with the Muppets dates back to some of the earliest seasons of Sesame Street.
Got a 3-D printer? You can make your own Sesame Street toys!
The Sesame Street guys are making the rounds to promote the new season.
Elmo, Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby, Oscar, Grover, Murray, and Big Bird read #WhenIWasAKid tweets from viewers.
Kermit and friends showed up to mess around with Nick Cannon and his friends.
Those baseball-lovin’ Muppets will be in Coney Island on August 4th!
What’s so funny? Some new outtake footage from the upcoming Blu-ray and DVD release of Muppets Most Wanted.
PBS will air a half-hour “bonus” version of Sesame Street this fall.