Street sets a world record with 101 Emmy wins
the longest running children’s series, has reached yet another
benchmark by topping the Guinness World Record for Most Emmy Wins
by a Television Series.
CBS's Daytime Emmy broadcast on May 20, 2005, Sesame Street Muppeteer
Kevin Clash was awarded a statue for his portrayal of the lovable
Muppet Elmo. This gave the series a total of 101 Emmy wins. Sesame
Street garnered an additional three Emmy’s including one for
Outstanding Pre-school Children’s Series. Consistently touted
for educating and entertaining generations of children, Sesame Street
remains the gold standard for the very best in preschool programming.
Other nods given to the series for the completion of its 35th anniversary
broadcast year includes: Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction/Set
Decoration/Scenic Design and Outstanding Directing in a Children’s
Bernstein, Executive Producer of Sesame Street’s 35th season,
said, “We are so proud to have attained the 101-Emmy mark
in our 35th season and can not thank our viewers and fans enough
for helping us reach this milestone, as well as, the giants whose
shoulders we stand on - the creators of this remarkable show.”
the Sesame Street family on this remarkable achievement in breaking
their own record for Most Emmy Wins by a Television Series and for
over 36 years of education and entertainment.
Muppeteer Kevin Clash resigns from Sesame Street
Clash takes leave from Sesame Street
Street to air hurricane special Friday November 9
Street Old School Volume 3 coming to DVD November 6
• Sesame Street Season 43 begins September 24 on PBS
support essential for production to begin on "I Am Big Bird"
Am Big Bird" Caroll Spinney documentary in development
Elmo", Kevin Clash documentary coming to DVD April 3