Sesame Street 51st Season Now On HBO GO

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The 51st season of Sesame Street is now available on HBO GO. New episodes of the 35-episode season will be available at the same time as the U.S. from 4pm every Thursday.  

Sesame Street‘s latest season marks the beginning of a two-year curriculum focused on playful problem-solving, designed to build critical thinking skills in young children and better equip them to handle challenges in school and beyond.

As Sesame Street Muppets, human cast members, and guest stars alike face obstacles – while building a castle, staging a circus, fixing the inner workings of a grandfather clock, and more – they approach these problems with curiosity, creativity, and perseverance, together using phrases and corresponding gestures.

A new anthem – “I Wonder, What If, Let’s Try” – performed by celebrity guest Hailee Steinfeld, brings this curriculum to life and makes its season debut on Thursday, 26 November. The anthem will appear in Sesame Street episodes throughout the year.

Additional celebrity guests this season include Maggie Rogers (Thursday, 19 November), Issa Rae (Thursday, 10 December), Stephen and Ayesha Curry (Thursday, 25 March), Billy Porter (Thursday, 1 April), and Kelsea Ballerini (Thursday, 17 June), taking part in Street Stories and other segments throughout the season.

Can’t get enough of Sesame Street? Stream or download 227 episodes of Sesame Street Seasons 44 to 50 on HBO GO.

Viewers can also check-out Sesame Street’s first-ever animated special, ‘The Monster At The End Of This Story’ also on HBO GO.

A reimagining of Sesame Street’s all-time best-selling picture book ‘The Monster at the End of This Book’, the special follows Grover’s reluctant journey to the end of the story, where, based on the title, he believes a monster awaits.

Drawn in the unmistakable style of the beloved book first published in 1971, the special adds new sequences, songs and surprises, and introduces other familiar Sesame Street characters, including Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Cookie Monster, and Rosita, to the tale.

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