It’s that time of year for spring cleaning, home improvements and renovations. And for the gang over on Sesame Street, they’ve been treated to new digs just in time for its 46th season, which begins production this week. Faithful viewers of the classic children’s television show will notice a slew of changes on set, giving Elmo, Cookie, Abby and the whole gang plenty of new space in which to spend their days. Highlights include:
-a new garden for Abby, full of flowers and colorful vegetation
-a new nest for Big Bird–and now in a tree like his fellow feathered friends
-new homes for Cookie Monster (above Hooper’s Store) and Elmo (in the 123 Sesame Street brownstone)
-a brand-new Community Center for neighborhood gatherings and get-togethers
We’re excited to see how the latest season of Sesame Street plays out in this updated locale! The 46th season is now in production and will air later this year.
In a Nutshell: Prime television real estate gets an upgrade in the new season of Sesame Street.