From left: characters Cookie Monster, Elmo and Abby Cadabby on the newly renovated set of Sesame Street, for its 46th season — and its first on the HBO cable channel — in New York. New story lines will highlight a smaller group of young Muppets so that children will see “familiar faces each week,” said Brown Johnson, executive vice president and creative director at Sesame Workshop.
From left: characters Cookie Monster, Elmo and Abby Cadabby on the newly renovated set of Sesame Street, for its 46th season — and its first on the HBO cable channel — in New York. New story lines will highlight a smaller group of young Muppets so that children will see “familiar faces each week,” said Brown Johnson, executive vice president and creative director at Sesame Workshop. DOLLY FAIBYSHEV New York Times News Service
From left: characters Cookie Monster, Elmo and Abby Cadabby on the newly renovated set of Sesame Street, for its 46th season — and its first on the HBO cable channel — in New York. New story lines will highlight a smaller group of young Muppets so that children will see “familiar faces each week,” said Brown Johnson, executive vice president and creative director at Sesame Workshop. DOLLY FAIBYSHEV New York Times News Service

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