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Air Date: November 10th, 1969

Series Summary
Preparing children socially and academically for school.

Rating: TVY

Genres: Educational, Children

Episodes

Next Episode - Season 47, Ep. 17 : Bike Show With a BeatApr 29, 2017

Nina and her friends turn bike parts into musical instruments to help them make music and attract customers to her new bike shop.

  • Season 47 - Episode 25 Jun 24, 2017

  • Season 47 - Episode 24 Jun 17, 2017

  • Season 47 - Episode 23 Jun 10, 2017

  • Season 47 - Episode 22 Jun 3, 2017

  • Season 47 - Episode 21 : Sheep in a Jet Pack May 27, 2017

    When Ovejita flies up high after putting on a jetpack, Abby and Nina must figure out how to get her back down.

ratings & reviews

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  • The biggest change is that the show is a half-hour, not an hour. Still, it's close to business as usual, or at least as usual as in the last several years. Still, it's close to business as usual, or at least as usual as in the last several years: It's still incredibly Elmo-centric, to the chagrin of those who preferred the more Big Bird–focused early years, though our fuzzy red friend grates less than the lavender fairy Abby Cadabby, introduced in 2006, whose true purpose remains unclear. Show More

  • In the season premiere, the primary story line involves Nina, as a babysitter, trying to get Elmo and Abby to calm down enough to be put to bed. “You’re too excited,” she says. “You need to do something relaxing.” This is already a better premise for a half-hour show than 98 percent of the frenetic sitcoms on the air.... The Sesame Street touchstones remain in place: There is the letter (“B”) and number (“10”) of the day, for example. Show More

  • Sure, Sesame Street has been gentrified, but it hasn’t lost its charms. How you get to Sesame Street might be different, but the destination? As familiar as ever. Show More

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