‘Sesame Street’ celebrates 50th anniversary

New primetime TV episode, several other campaigns to ring in its Golden anniversary

The popular children’s show Sesame Street is ringing in their 50th anniversary with a yearlong celebration.

Sesame Workshop will launch new social impact initiatives, digital campaigns and more in honour of the milestone – including a primetime TV special with celebrity guests in November.

Fans can also catch their favourite characters during a nationwide road trip. The show’s 50th season will be centred around the power of possibilities.

The Canadian Press

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