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Timeline "Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street? It is unclear where in Manhattan the street is, though.

Initially, it was created as a means of preparing young inner-city children for kindergarten. Instead, it got to everybody and became one of the all-time great educational shows.

In a radical departure for the time, it was designed to deliberately mimic the fast pace and style of TV advertising in order to "sell" learning to kids: The show was—and still is—also revolutionary in having an elite squad of educators and child psychologists pore over every single aspect of every segment in the whole show. Sesame Street has been called a living laboratory, and the show has been constantly tweaked to introduce new curriculum and improve its educational value.

The show was completely Retooled in to respond to new child development research. As per The Other Wiki: Sesame Street underwent an obvious, dramatic makeover The new format emphasized rituals and repetition, featured brighter, more cartoon-colorful real-life characters and sets, and more exaggerated, simplistic mannerisms in addressing the screen and seeking viewer interaction.

The set has expanded and contracted over the years but in classic form is a typical New York cul-de-sac, with a brownstone apartment block, a convenience store, a boarded-off vacant lot, and a big open area at one end used as a playground. This urban setting, multiracial human cast plus guest stars, including Jesse Jackson and Bill Cosby and multicolored Muppets added to the hip, inclusive feel.

Although aimed at preschool children, Sesame Street deliberately includes enough mainstream pop culture references to entertain older children and parents as well, the better to encourage family involvement in the learning process. A cameo appearance on the Street quickly became celebrity chic , showcasing such diverse stars as Stevie Wonder , R.

All of this has had the side benefit of the show developing a very strong adult fanbase over the decades, as the original audiences have grown up and introduced the show to their children.

For the sake of education, we hope it stays around for at least 50 more. The human cast has varied over the years, but for many years the core remained relatively stable: These characters have gradually been phased out of the show, and currently the main humans on the show, as of , are Nina, Alan and Chris.

When Will Lee — who played crotchety storekeeper with a heart of gold Mr. Hooper left the store to his assistant David, who sold it to black retired firefighter Mr. Handford following his own departure, who handed over ownership to Japanese-American Alan in —but the store retains Mr.

Various specialized Muppets , created and performed by Jim Henson and his crew, star alongside the humans. The Sesame Muppet characters were initially intended as parts of the "commercial" shorts that would only air on occasion, but they became such a hit that the show was tweaked very early in the season to include them into the core structure.

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They were developed separately from the rest of the Henson stable and are now the property of Sesame Workshop; with the exception of Kermit the Frog, they only very rarely cross over into the Muppet Show universe. Sesame Workshop bought the characters in Another noteworthy fact is that Sesame Street is being broadcast in more than countries in the world. Some of these countries have their own localized adaptations.

These localized adaptations usually create entire new scenes with their own human characters, along with dubbed scenes originating from the American version, which feature only Muppet characters. Notable adaptations are the German and Dutch versions, which both ran uninterrupted from and to this day respectively.

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Please also see the pages for Being Elmo: A later addition to the cast who became Urkel -level ubiquitous after the spinoff "Tickle Me Elmo" toy proved a mega-hit for Christmas As a public television broadcast in a country whose government does not fully fund public broadcasting, the show is heavily dependent on merchandising revenues, so Julia, a little girl with orange hair and a ragged toy rabbit, who has autism.

Her introduction gained much mainstream publicity, especially as Stacey Gordon, her puppeteer, has a son with autism. Additionally, her debut episode was considered so important that HBO waived their exclusivity window for it and allowed PBS to simulcast it.