HBO Max has ordered another season of the live-action Sesame Street talk show The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo.Jeremy Dick
Sesame Street is celebrating 50 years with a two-hour special that's filled with celebrities and will introduce the show's new Black muppet characters Wes and Elijah.Jeremy Dick
Batman, the Jonas Brothers, Blake Lively, and other celebrities appear in the new trailer for The Not-So-Late Show with Elmo.Jeremy Dick
Celebrity guests Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anne Hathaway, and Tracee Ellis Ross will join Elmo and friends for a half-hour virtual playdate special Sesame Street: Elmo's Playdate.Brian B.
Sesame Street legend Caroll Spinney, who played Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch since 1969, has sadly passed away.Jeremy Dick
The Wiggles and Sesame Street perform 'Do the Propeller!' in the most wholesome crossover you'll ever see.Jeremy Dick
Elmo has a new friend named Karli and is learning about people and families who struggle with addiction on Sesame Street.Kevin Burwick
New seasons of Sesame Street to Premiere on HBO Max Starting in 2020. Fans will have access to 50-Year library for the first time ever.Brian B.
Spanning the beloved show's 50-year history, this new Sesame Street collection is packed with songs, celebrity appearances, new and classic segments.Brian B.
HBO and Sesame Street have teamed up for two videos on respect featuring Game of Thrones and Westworld.Kevin Burwick
After Grover allegedly swore on Sesame Street, puppeteer Frank Oz is chiming in to set the record straight.Jeremy Dick
Some people believe that they can hear the beloved Grover using some pretty rough language on a recent episode of Sesame Street.Kevin Burwick
After nearly five decades, Caroll Spinney is retiring from the roles of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on Sesame Street.Ryan Scott
The Cookiegorgon teaches us about sharing in the new Sesame Street parody of Stranger Things.Kevin Burwick
Sesame Street takes on Netflix's Stranger Things season 2 with the parody Sharing Things.Ryan Scott
Cookie Monster uses The Walking Dead to teach children about self-control in a new parody video.Kevin Burwick
Sesame Street has confirmed that three longtime cast members have been let go, after switching from an hour to a half-hour show.