HBO Max Streaming Service: Your Guide to the Upcoming Original Series
You’ve probably got plenty of TV shows on your “I should check that out!” list already… but HBO Max would like to add a few more.
As announced last week, WarnerMedia’s streaming service will officially launch on READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Sesame Street's Caroll Spinney, Big Bird and Oscar Puppeteer, Dead at 85
Caroll Spinney, the legendary puppeteer behind Sesame Street characters Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, died on Sunday at the age of 85. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Raven's Home Renewed, Man in the High Castle Trailer and More
The Baxter family is staying put at Disney Channel: The network has renewed the family sitcom Raven’s Home for Season 4. READ MORE
Sesame Street to Move to HBO Max Next Spring, Will Still Air Later on PBS
Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? Well, that answer is changing — again.
New episodes of the beloved kids’ TV show are moving from HBO to HBO Max starting next spring, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Game of Thrones Meets Sesame Street: Can Elmo Solve Westeros' Problems?
Westeros officially has an 11th-hour contender for the Iron Throne: Sesame Street‘s Elmo.
In a video released on Thursday by HBO (which airs both Game of Thrones and Sesame Street), the beloved red puppet READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Caroll Spinney, Sesame Street's Original Big Bird, Retiring After 49 Years
One of Sesame Street‘s most familiar faces is leaving the neighborhood.
Puppeteer Caroll Spinney, who has played Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch since the show’s premiere in 1969, announced Wednesday that he is stepping down from both iconic roles. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Sesame Street Should Have Let Bert and Ernie Be Gay, and Here’s Why
Why, Sesame Street? Why? After longtime staffer Mark Saltzman told Queerty that he’d always written Bert and Ernie as gay, the venerable educational show for kids didn’t respond, “Of course they’re a couple — who else would quarrel like that?” or even READ MORE
Bert and Ernie Were Gay (At Least in the Mind of One Sesame Street Writer)
It’s one of the universe’s many unanswered questions: Are Bert and Ernie, the unmarried Muppets who have shared an address on Sesame Street since 1969 (and still look amazing!), more than merely friends and roommates? READ MORE
Sesame Street Puts a Kid-Friendly Spin on Orange Is the New Black — Watch
If you can’t wait for Orange Is the New Black to return this Friday, we might have a small snack to tide you over for a while. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Billy Eichner's Visit to Sesame Street Ends With a Crumby Twist — Watch
Billy Eichner‘s newest streetside sidekick is a lot like Elena, only a little more impatient — and a lot hairier. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO