Blue's Clues

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  • TV-Y
  • 1998
  • 6 Seasons
  • 6.9  (4,943)

Blue's Clues is an extremely popular children's show that aired on Nickelodeon. The aim of the show was to help kids develop their critical thinking and analytical skills by solving puzzles, entertaining them with jokes and humor along the way. The only characters who appear in every show are the host, named Steve for the first several years of the show and replaced by Joe afterwards, and Blue, small blue dog. The host is the only live action part of the show; everything else is animated. Each episode of the show has a very distinct and regular format. It begins with the host, Steve or Joe, introducing some problem or puzzle that needs to be solved. Throughout the episode, the host will converse directly with the audience by asking questions or making comments to which kids watching the show at home are supposed to respond, thereby offering their own help to solve the puzzle. Blue marks three objects around the house as clues to the puzzle with her paw print, which the host then goes looking for to solve the puzzle. As the host finds these clues at intervals, he also goes through a series of smaller miniature puzzles with the audience. At the conclusion of each episode, the host sits in what he designates the Thinking Chair to ponder over the clues he has found. He makes the audience aware of his thought processes and again asks them for help in discovering what exactly Blue wants them to know. Nickelodeon began airing the first season of "Blue's Clues" in September of 1996. Steven Burns acted as the show's host through the fourth season, which ended in April of 2002. Burns's reasons for leaving the show were almost instantly turned into the subject of all sorts of rumors, but he has stated that he left to experiment with music and because he didn't envision himself growing old working for a children's show. Before his time on the show was over however, Nickelodeon aired three episodes with both Steve and Joe as hosts to ease the transition for the kids. Joe was played by Donovan Patton through the show's sixth season, which ended in 2006. The show has sparked an array of different book titles, interactive computer games, a direct-to-video movie called Blue's Big Musical Movie, and another spin-off show called Blue's Room. Currently, there are plans to bring the show back for a seventh season in 2013.

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Bluestock
10. Bluestock
May 10, 2004
Today we're having our very own musical concert, right in our backyard! It's a concert filled with lots of our favorite Blue's Clues songs, and we have some exciting animated celebrity guests on hand to add to the festivities.
Blue's Room Snacktime Playdate
9. Blue's Room Snacktime Playdate
August 2, 2004
We're in Blue's Room all day today, and it's time for our playdate! But what will we play? We spin our Playdate Spinner and it lands on snacktime!
The Fairy Tale Ball
8. The Fairy Tale Ball
April 5, 2004
A very special invitation arrives at the door. It's an invitation to the Fairy Tale Ball! And all our favorite fairy tale characters will be there. We skidoo into Fairy Tale Land and start playing Blue's Clues.
Soccer Practice
7. Soccer Practice
April 26, 2004
Today we're spending the whole day at the park. Do you want to know why? We're playing soccer! Blue introduces a new way to play Blue's Clues - every time we get a goal, we get a clue!
Playdates
5. Playdates
March 22, 2004
It's Playdate time! Today we get to spend quality time with Periwinkle, Mailbox, Joe, and Blue. How do we decide who to play with first?
Joe's Clues
4. Joe's Clues
February 23, 2004
Today is not a usual day; something is different. We're not playing Blue's Clues - we're playing Joe's Clues!
Wishes
3. Wishes
February 16, 2004
Joe and Blue are playing with a toy train when it takes off through the living room and lands at a mysterious door. We open the door and out comes Wish! She tells us that today is our Wish Day - all day]we can make any wish.
Skidoo Adventure
2. Skidoo Adventure
March 15, 2004
When Joe greets us he can't wait to show us his and Blue's creation called Wacky Wild World! Then, in Blue's Room we sing a song about the most spectacular place - home!
Love Day
1. Love Day
February 16, 2004
Today we're celebrating Love Day! A mystery card floats into Joe's hands, and we play Blue's Clues to figure out who it's from.
Description

Blue's Clues is an extremely popular children's show that aired on Nickelodeon. The aim of the show was to help kids develop their critical thinking and analytical skills by solving puzzles, entertaining them with jokes and humor along the way. The only characters who appear in every show are the host, named Steve for the first several years of the show and replaced by Joe afterwards, and Blue, small blue dog. The host is the only live action part of the show; everything else is animated.

Each episode of the show has a very distinct and regular format. It begins with the host, Steve or Joe, introducing some problem or puzzle that needs to be solved. Throughout the episode, the host will converse directly with the audience by asking questions or making comments to which kids watching the show at home are supposed to respond, thereby offering their own help to solve the puzzle. Blue marks three objects around the house as clues to the puzzle with her paw print, which the host then goes looking for to solve the puzzle. As the host finds these clues at intervals, he also goes through a series of smaller miniature puzzles with the audience.

At the conclusion of each episode, the host sits in what he designates the Thinking Chair to ponder over the clues he has found. He makes the audience aware of his thought processes and again asks them for help in discovering what exactly Blue wants them to know.

Nickelodeon began airing the first season of "Blue's Clues" in September of 1996. Steven Burns acted as the show's host through the fourth season, which ended in April of 2002. Burns's reasons for leaving the show were almost instantly turned into the subject of all sorts of rumors, but he has stated that he left to experiment with music and because he didn't envision himself growing old working for a children's show. Before his time on the show was over however, Nickelodeon aired three episodes with both Steve and Joe as hosts to ease the transition for the kids. Joe was played by Donovan Patton through the show's sixth season, which ended in 2006.

The show has sparked an array of different book titles, interactive computer games, a direct-to-video movie called Blue's Big Musical Movie, and another spin-off show called Blue's Room. Currently, there are plans to bring the show back for a seventh season in 2013.

Blue's Clues is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (151 episodes). The series first aired on June 14, 1998.

Where to Watch Blue's Clues

Blue's Clues is available for streaming on the Nick Jr. website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Blue's Clues on demand at Apple TV+, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    June 14, 1998
  • IMDB Rating
    6.9  (4,943)