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The Sesame Street address sign is probably one of the most recognized landmarks in the Television world. The show is seen in at least 140 countries and is translated into many languages. This educational show has lasted over 40 years and is still going strong. Children around the world start to experience the learning effect of Sesame Street at a very early age. Over the past 40 years, millions of people have experienced the Sesame Street style of learning. Started in 1969 this New York based companies method of teaching young people was started by Joan Ganz Cooney and Lloyd Morrisett developing one of televisions greatest success stories. The song introducing the show is world famous, people young and old have no difficulty remembering the words written by Joe Raposo, Jan Store and Bruce Hart. The famed question," Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street" is easy for millions of people to recall.

With 8 Grammys and a host of other awards, this children's television show has not wavered. Sesame Street is one of the longest running educational shows in the history of television. Favorite characters of the show are Big Bird Oscar the Grouch and Cookie Monster, Children throughout the world have developed a love for these characters and the television show they represent. The effect it has on the education of children is phenomenal. The show has early learning skills down to a science.

Sesame Street has evolved, as other Medias have over the years. The television show now has a Web presence where children can continue learning and interacting with their favorite characters. Children play games, and use a variety of learning tools. Financed originally by outside sources the show is now, financially independent, benefiting from a number of revenue producing avenues developed through the show over the years.

Teaching through games songs and stories, this for some children is their first school like learning experience. Sesame Street is as real to a child as the street where you live. The characters bring learning to life for kids of all ages.

Sesame Street is a series that is currently running and has 51 seasons (1816 episodes). The series first aired on March 6, 1969.

Where do I stream Sesame Street online? Sesame Street is available for streaming on PBS, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Sesame Street on demand at HBO Max, Amazon, Hulu, HBO NOW, Vudu, Google Play, Apple TV online.

Weekdays 7:00 AM et/pt on PBS
51 Seasons, 1816 Episodes
March 6, 1969
Kids & Family Animation & Cartoon
8.1/10
Cast: Kevin Clash, Linda Bove, Sonia Manzano, Alan Muraoka, Charlotte Rae
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Sesame Street Full Episode Guide

  • Elmo's toy airplane gets stuck in a tree, Rosita's ball rolls under the stairs, and Bert's bottle cap goes under the dryer. This is a problem! Charlie and Super Grover wonder what tool they can use to get these things for their friends. What if they use Charlie's baton as a tool? Let's try! It works. Charlie and Grover didn't give up, and they used the baton to retrieve all three items.

  • A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.

  • A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.

  • A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.

  • A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.

  • A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.

  • A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.

  • A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.

  • A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.

  • The Queen doesnt have enough bricks to build a play castle for her daughter. This is a problem! Elmo, Cookie Monster, and Rosita wonder if they can use something else instead of bricks. What if they use cardboard boxes and tubes? Lets try! It works. The

  • Boo-Boo Busters Elmo and Abby go around Sesame Street in search of friends who need help making their boo-boos feel better.

  • Nina is measuring how tall Elmo and Rosita are with a growth chart that uses smiley faces. Big Bird wants to see how tall he is, too, but Nina is out of smiley faces. This is a problem! They try a couple of ideas and then wonder what else they can use to

  • Abby, Rudy, Elmo, and Charlie are camping, and just as theyre about to toast marshmallows, they suddenly disappear. This is a mystery! Together, they look and listen for clues as they wonder where their marshmallows could have gone. (Guest: Maggie Rogers

  • Chris and Elmo are excited to be camping in the woods! All kinds of animals join Chris and Elmo for the camp out. After Chris find the right kind of food for each animal, they all eat dinner together. Elmo and Chris they both agree they should have a sleepover like this every night!.

  • There's a Fourth of July celebration on Sesame Street. Elmo, Abby, and Rudy try to find a birthday present for America. Alan explains that the Fourth of July is really a day for family, friends and neighbors to come together. He then comes up with the idea of doing something kind for their neighbors. So together, they pick up trash and plant in the garden. It's the perfect present for America.

  • It's Lucky's first day on the job as a bulldozer. When he gets upset about making mistakes, Big Bird and Nina tell him that it's ok to make mistakes and explain that Lucky just needs to tell himself "I can do it" and try again.

  • Big Bird makes up a fairy tale about a bird named Birdie who helps a Beast learn how to be a good friend.

  • Rudy feels frustrated that he can't blow a bubble. With help from Elmo, Alan, and Rosita, Rudy realizes that he needs to breathe out instead of breathing in when blowing a bubble.

  • A rock star is performing on Sesame Street, but his equipment is in the wrong town. The gang helps build and design replacements so the show can go on.

  • Yucky Mama's old treasure map is discovered during Oscar's spring dusting. The map shows how Sesame Street used to look 50 years ago. To find the treasure, Oscar, Elmo, Abby, Nina, and Charlie use the map to find their way around Sesame Street, comparing the places that used to be on the Street to the places that are there now, and complete three grouchy challenges.

  • Telly, Elmo, and Abby become knights and go on a quest to help an AM Letter "Y' find its purpose in life.

  • Elmo, Abby, Bert, and Ernie have to be patient and wait for baby chicks to hatch. By singing and making arts and crafts together, they learn that time can fly when you're having fun.

  • Abby and Rudy want to bring nature inside Hooper's so Chris can feel like he's outside. Abby uses her mom's magic wand but makes a mistake and fills Hooper's with too many animals and plants. Abby apologizes for using her mom's wand without permission and together, with her mom, she learns how to fix her mistake without using magic.

  • Charlie, Grover, Rudy, and Abby help Rosita and her abuela plan for a friend's fiesta. While trying to figure out what they need for the party, they try to guess who Rosita and her abuela's friend could be.

  • Zoe and Rosita help Nina dog sit but their arms get tired after continuously throwing the balls. They don't give up and keep thinking of a way to solve this problem. They figure out how to design a bike-powered ball-throwing machine they can pedal using their feet. They are two real engineers!

  • Zoe sets off at a running start for her ballet jump but she slips and breaks her arm. When Zoey returns from the doctor, she still wants to play but she can't find anything fun to do. Charlie, Rosita, and Elmo come up with the idea of changing the words to the song "If You're Happy and You Know It," so Zoe can be part of it too, even with a broken arm.

  • Elmo, Grover, Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby, and a few famous friends as they find new ways to play and learn together during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Oscar tries to find someone who's feeling disappointed by using his new disappoint-o-meter but he accidentally helps them feel happy again.

  • 'The Fluffster Kerfuffle.' When Rudy plays with Julia's beloved toy Fluffster, she gets upset.

  • Grover takes Elmo and friends on a Sesame Street Safari and they pretend to be all of the wild animals they see.

  • 'Comic Book Adventures.' Elmo and Abby make their very own comic books but Elmo makes a mistake drawing his story.

  • Elmo and Zoe try to figure out how to make Rocco the rock float. Leela helps them experiment with different materials until they design the perfect vessel.

  • The princess is under a magic sleeping spell and the spell can only be broken if the Prince writes his name on a magic tablet. Elmo and Abby help Prince Billy practice and encourages him to keep trying until he learns how to write his name all by himself.

  • When Abby uses magic to improve Elmo's basketball abilities, Elmo learns there are no shortcuts when it comes to mastering a skill.

  • Rudy feels frustrated because he made a mistake on his drawing. Alan helps Rudy calm down and encourages him to keep trying. Rudy suddenly gets an idea from his mistake and by using his imagination, he changes his drawing.

  • There's a new friend on Sesame Street! Charlie just moved into the neighborhood. Her parents were in the military, so they moved around a lot. Now Sesame Street is their new home. Elmo and Rosita show Charlie around and she learns that Sesame Street is a place where anyone can be friends no matter who you are.

  • 'Elmo's Good Luck Charm.' Elmo loses his lucky baseball card before a game of tee-ball and says he can't play without it.

  • All of the fruit leave Sesame Street because they think no one likes them. Elmo, Zoe, Alan, and Big Bird come up with the idea of singing songs about how much they like the fruit so the fruits will stay.

  • Leela and Chris are going to a party in the neighborhood so Abby helps Leela get dressed for the party.. even if she doesn't need it.

  • When Humpty Dumpty decides to join the King's Horses & Men in their annual football game, Telly tries to come up with the right protective gear to keep the Humpty from cracking.

  • 'A Recipe for Dance.' (Season 50) Chris and Rudy have trouble learning the dance moves in Nina's dance class so they sneak out and leave.

  • 'Grouch University.' (Season 50) Oscar enrolls in an online class to get his degree in Grouch Science. (Guest: Maren Morris).

  • The inhabitants of an ethnically diverse urban neighborhood teach preschool subjects with comedy, skits, cartoons, games, and songs.

  • 'A Dog and a Song.' (Season 50) When Elmo and Abby can't find a band for their friend to sing in, they decide to make their own band.

  • After the three little pigs catch a cold, Grover, Rosita and Cookie Monster become Pigs for a Day. They make a couple of mistakes, but they keep trying until they build the right-sized doghouse for Chris' friend.

  • 'The Great Sesame Street Cake Off.' (Season 50) All-new episode. Guest: Michael Che.

  • Preparing children socially and academically for school.

Sesame Street News

'Sesame Street' Sues Melissa McCarthy

The dispute hinges on McCarthy's upcoming raunchy puppet movie.

Elmo Resigns From 'Sesame Street'

After facing heat for possibly participating in sexual relationships with minors, Kevin Clash, the man behind Elmo, has resigned.

Elmo Accused of Sexual Abuse... UPDATE

The man behind the red puppet, Kevin Clash, is being accused of participating in a sexual relationship with an underage boy.

'Sesame Street' Disapproves of Obama Ad

"Sesame Street" producers are not pleased that the Obama campaign is making free use of their character.

'Sesame Street' Makers To Romney: 'Everyone Likes Big Bird'

Where's the love, Mitt Romney? The Republican presidential candidate made a talking point Wednesday of eliminating federal public-broadcasting subsidies if he's elected president this November....no matter how much he "loves Big Bird." Thursday, Sesame Workshop was not only fielding some big-time television appearance requests, but politely staying out of Romney's agenda.

Bob Ross Gets A Happy Little Autotune

Master painter Bob Ross has a whisper of a voice and mellow, tranquil demeanor that's aural Ambien on even an ordinary day. Filter it through Autotune, though? Somehow, that makes it pure ear-candy.

Best Parody Yet: Cookie Monster Drastically Improves 'Call Me, Maybe'

I think I see why PBS shows make for such great mash-ups and parodies: not because they're worthy of mockery, but because they're parts of everybody's childhood that we just can't help but like. Who really hates "Reading Rainbow" or Mister Rogers or "Sesame Street?" Nobody, that's who. Proof-positive: Cookie Monster can take a really badly written song and actually improve it ten-fold.

Watch Elvis Costello on 'Sesame Street'

Legendary rock singer Elvis Costello made an appearance on "Sesame Street" this week, clad, of course in one of his gaudy bespoke suits, signature bowlers, and Costello-esque rims. In the skit, Costello's red number two has been unceremoniously eaten by the dastardly Cookie Monster, which makes it darn hard to count to ten.

Bert and Ernie: The Gay Marriage Controversy?!

As New York State allow gay marriage, and the movement continues to pick up steam across the country, an online group is petitioning Sesame Street to have two of its most famous puppet characters join in gay matrimony. A new online petition begs the folks at "Sesame Street" to out Bert and Ernie as a gay couple, then have them get married.

Sesame Street Video Clips & Extras

Sesame Street: Learning About Letters Trailer (1 min 34 sec) Sesame Street: Sing Yourself Silly Trailer (2 min ) Sesame Street: A Celebration Of Me, Grover Trailer (1 min 16 sec)