Sesame Street Introduces New Muppet In A Special Episode Launching Today On Cartoonito UK

Sesame Street Introduces New Muppet In A Special Episode Launching Today On Cartoonito UK

Sesame Street Introduces New Muppet In A Special Episode Launching Today On Cartoonito UK

Today (10/04/2017) in a joint global premiere at 3.30pm, Cartoonito will air a special episode of Sesame Street, introducing a new character named Julia. Sesame Street is known to help kids everywhere grow smarter, stronger, and kinder and the show educates kids about diversity, inclusion and people’s differences.

The new character – Julia has a disability called Autism, in the episode “Meet Julia”, Alan helps Big Bird understand that sometimes people with autism do things that might seem confusing, but Julia also does some things that he might want to try, like the fun new game “Boing Boing Tag”. Despite Julia’s differences, she’s welcomed to join in and play and sing while everyone celebrates how special and amazing they are.

From The Turner UK Press Release: Sesame Street Introduces New Muppet In A Special Episode Launching Today On Cartoonito: The all-new Sesame Street episode “Meet Julia” will air today at 3:30pm on Cartoonito

Sesame Workshop, the non-profit educational organization behind Sesame Street, is expanding their commitment to autistic children and their families by introducing Julia, a Muppet with autism, to the broadcast. Sesame Street’s special episode, “Meet Julia”, will air today in a landmark joint premiere across the globe. Viewers in the UK can catch “Meet Julia” at 3:30pm today on Cartoonito.

In “Meet Julia”, Big Bird is playing with Elmo and Abby’s new friend, Julia, when he notices that she does things a little differently. Alan helps Big Bird understand that sometimes people with autism do things that might seem confusing, but Julia also does some things that he might want to try, like the fun new game “Boing Boing Tag”. Big Bird, Julia and the Sesame friends all then come together to play and sing, celebrating how everyone is special and amazing.

Welcoming Julia to the Street signals Sesame Workshop’s strong, continued commitment to the autism community and further supports a rich new phase of their autism initiative, Sesame Street and Autism: See Amazing in All Children. Among the many creators and contributors behind the initiative, Stacey Gordon, who performs the role of Julia, and Christine Ferraro, the writer of the “Meet Julia” episode, both have close family relationships that helped them bring this character to life in a compelling, meaningful way.

Catch “Meet Julia” today at 3.30pm on Cartoonito. Season 47 of Sesame Street rolls out every day at 3:30pm on Cartoonito.

http://www.cartoonito.co.uk/tv-show/sesame-street

More Information About Sesame Street On Cartoonito UK

More Information About Sesame Street On Cartoonito UK

More Information About Sesame Street On Cartoonito UK

Turner UK has released more information regarding the new season of Sesame Street which will premiere on Cartoonito on Monday 7th November. Cartoonito UK will start airing the show from season 46 which aired this year on HBO in the United States. In the new season, Sesame Street fan-favourite Cookie Monster will have his own segment called “Smart Cookies”.

In Smart Cookies, the Cookie Monster becomes a crime investigator and partners up with his other crime-fighting cookie friends: team leader Chipowski, tech-guy Figby and clue-giver Miss Fortune to stop The Crumb, a villainous baker that causes nothing but trouble. The crime-fighting team is well equipped, they have their own Smart Cookie car and a bunch of gadgets to help them out, but their brains is the most important tool in stopping and solving crimes. A Smart Cookie is an idiom referring to a clever person and Cookie Monster is known for his voracious appetite for cookies, as Cookie Monster explains “A Smart Cookie has to stop and think things through”.

In terms of Emmy Awards, Sesame Street is the most successful pre-school show in television history and from the new season, the long running show will feature new opening and closing songs, a revamped studio and a funny new young cast member named Nina moving to the street.

The new season of Sesame Street features an celebrity guest star cast with Gwen Stefani singing “Be a Good Friend;” Pharrell singing “B is for Book:” Nick Jonas singing “Check that Shape;” 5th Harmony singing “That’s Music;” Sara Bareilles singing “Just Like Magic;” Alan Cumming as “Mucko Polo” the grouch explorer; Ne-Yo singing “You’ve Got a Body, So Move It!;” Aloe Blacc singing “Everyday Hero;” Tracee Ellis Ross learning about bedtime routines; and Gina Rodriguez singing the ABCs in Spanish.

By the looks of things, the Cookie Monster is already packing his suitcase and is heading for the UK re-launch of Sesame Street on Cartoonito. 😀

Sesame Street will premiere on Cartoonito on Monday 7th November, with new episodes airing every day at 4pm.

The Cartoonito UK website now features an Sesame Street section with videos, colouring book pages and games, including the Cooking With Cookie game with Cookie Monster himself.

http://www.cartoonito.co.uk/tv-show/sesame-street

Promo For Sesame Street Currently Airing On Cartoonito UK:

From The Turner UK Press Release: LIGHTS, CAMERA, COOKIE MONSTER! Everybody’s favourite biscuit buff is coming to the UK

The brand new season of Sesame Street is launching on Monday 7th November at 4pm on Cartoonito, and everybody’s favourite biscuit buff is coming to the UK to join the celebration.

In the brand new season of Sesame Street, Cookie Monster stars in his own new segment, “Smart Cookies,” in which he and a team of crime-fighting cookie friends are on-call, day and night, to thwart the continued efforts of The Crumb, a villain with many tricks up his sleeve. The all-star team is aided by their Smart Cookie car and some fancy gadgets but, in the end, their brains turn out to be their most impressive tool. As Cookie Monster explains, “A Smart Cookie has to stop and think things through.” Useful advice for all.

The brand new season of the long-running, beloved, and multiple award-winning series, Sesame Street also features some exciting changes on The Street, including an energized new show opening and closing songs, an updated set, a funny and a new charismatic young cast member called Nina all contribute to a happy atmosphere of learning.

The brand new season of Sesame Street features a dazzling array of A-list celebrity guests, including: Gwen Stefani singing “Be a Good Friend;” Pharrell singing “B is for Book:” Nick Jonas singing “Check that Shape;” 5th Harmony singing “That’s Music;” Sara Bareilles singing “Just Like Magic;” Alan Cumming as “Mucko Polo” the grouch explorer; Ne-Yo singing “You’ve Got a Body, So Move It!;” Aloe Blacc singing “Everyday Hero;” Tracee Ellis Ross learning about bedtime routines; and Gina Rodriguez singing the ABCs in Spanish.

The brand new season of Sesame Street premieres on Monday 7th November at 4pm on Cartoonito, and rolls out every day at 4pm.

New Show Sesame Street To Premiere On Cartoonito UK On 7th November

New Show Sesame Street To Premiere On Cartoonito UK On 7th November

New Show Sesame Street To Premiere On Cartoonito UK On 7th November

Today (19/10/2016) it has been officially announced that Sesame Street is going to premiere on Cartoonito UK on Monday 7th November. Turner UK has made a broadcasting rights deal with Sesame Workshop in the United States for new 30-minute episodes, the show will air on Cartoonito UK from Monday 7th November, airing daily at 4pm. Sesame Street hasn’t aired in the UK since 2001 where it used to air on Channel 4, but since then there has been UK spin-offs such as The Furchester Hotel and Sesame Tree.

The pre-school show has aired around the world in different localised forms and formats, the show is known for its Jim Henson puppet characters and for teaching children how to spell, read and count as well as health and social education.

In the United States, Turner’s sister company – HBO (Home Box Office) currently own the first run broadcasting rights to Sesame Street, with public service broadcaster PBS airing the episodes after a nine month exclusivity time window.

Sean Gorman, Director of Kids Channels (Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Cartoonito) at Turner UK talked about the addition of Sesame Street to Cartoonito:

“For more than four decades now Sesame Street has been helping children grow smarter, stronger and kinder, and we’re delighted to be driving these engaging and educational messages to our young UK audience in such a fun and entertaining way.”

http://www.c21media.net/sesame-street-returns-to-uk-broadcast