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Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by Phillip, Jun 25, 2005.
Wait, they show SS from the EARLY 90S before Elmo's World????
Does anyone have an exact rundown of the schedual? Or at least what shows are confirmed to be on the network?
I'm hoping they at least have Sesame Street from the 1993-1994 Season. They showed these on Noggin years ago, and although they didn't have Elmo's World, they contained much Elmo in the show itself so kids can still enjoy them. Also they still were showing many classic clips during that year as I remember. Although I think that was the first year they slowly started cutting back and didn't show as many. Anyways I think the 1993-1994 shows are perfect for both kids and classic fans to enjoy. I really hope they do air these shows on this channell.
Look at this schedule.
According to the line-up, they're showing
Sesame Street episodes 6 through 9 (from 1969) and 4 episodes from the late 3000's!!!
Is anyone watching episode 6 of Sesame Street on Sprout On-Demand?
No Its Not From The 1969 Episodes I Saw It But I Cant Reamember What It Was About?
But I Do Remember Seeing Episode One And It Was The One That That Mr Wyne(sorry Cant Remember His Name I Think Thats It)moves In And He Serves Lunch To The Birdcaters
I Cant Spell So Sorry
Ohh, episodes 6 through 9 are Comcast's own episode numbers they gave them themselves. Those aren't the actual episode numbers of the show. Sorry to let you down.
What season are their episodes showing from?
The "Around the Corner" years?
A> Nothing on my Comcast cable for 'Sprout'. Then again I dont and will not
pay for digtial cable. LOL!
B> I like a network that would have Maxdrive's schedule. I see you were
a fellow child of the 70s and enjoyed the Psychodelic toons.
Well, I actually have the channel now (well, sort of). According to the guide listings, it currently is not on the air, and when I tune into it, it says "Not Authorized." But there is programming on it starting on Monday at 6 am. And, looking at the schedule, it will have Sesame Street on at 5 am, 9 am, and 5 pm. I'll let you know if I actually get it. My guess is it will come on at that time, but I'm not sure.
I have a good idea for this new channell. They could have Sesame Street Season 25 at 5am, Sesame Street Season 30 at 9am, and The Current Sesame Street at 5pm. How does that sound to everyone?
Sounds good, but I don't think that's how it's gonna be. I really don't think they'll show anything that's pre-Elmo's World. My guess is that they will always air the same shows. That's what it looks like from the schedule.
I wonder when we'll get the channel. We have PBS sprout on On Demand, but not on our regular digital cable. Noggin's starting to suck, I need more quality tv programming for my toddler!
Well, I've had it since Monday, and it looks like it's only Season 30. Now they only ever had 19 episodes On Demand, and all the episodes I've seen on there so far were also On Demand. Now I just HOPE they don't keep repeating the same 19 episodes over and over, but sadly, that could very well be what they're doing. I mean, it's a brand-new channel, after all. It's only been on for a week.
One of the forum members. I think his name is Golden Teeth, said they are now airing episodes from the 80's and 90's, I really hope this is true. Does anyone know for sure if theyr'e putting on 80's and 90's episodes now?
No, they're only airing episodes from Season 30 (1998-99) right now.
Okay, now what?
What if they air "PBS Kids Classic" in the next two years. It will have these:
Classic Sesame Street (1969-1989)
Most Recent Sesame Street (1989-1998)
The Electric Company
Square One TV
Lamb Chop's Play-Along
Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego
Any other shows?
I think it could also have Mr. Rogers, Reading Rainbow, and maybe some of the very early Barney & Friends.
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