Sesame Street's Bert and Ernie have been best friends for five decades. Here, we take a look at some memes that highlight their adorable bond.
Warner's upcoming Anne Hathaway-led Sesame Street movie is bumped back yet again, this time from January 2021 to a summer 2021 release date.
In its iconic 50 year run, Sesame Street has featured some amazing celebrity guest stars. We review the top ten stars who visited the Street.
Elmo resolves the House Lannister feud in a new Game of Thrones and Sesame Street crossover video. The red Muppet makes a strong case for respect.
Warner Bros has announced official 2021 release dates for feature film adaptations of classic children's TV shows Sesame Street and Tom and Jerry.
Puppet master Frank Oz responds to the YouTube video of Grover allegedly dropping the F-bomb and confirms that no, the puppet didn't curse.
Sesame Street character Grover is accused of dropping the F-bomb in an episode of the show - but based on video of the scene, he definitely didn't.
Anne Hathaway has been offered a role in the upcoming live-action Sesame Street film, based on the beloved children's TV series of the same name.
Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch puppeteer Caroll Spinney retires from his legendary Sesame Street characters after performing them for 50 years.
Warner Bros. recruits writer/director Jonathan Krisel (Portlandia, Baskets) to call the shots on its live-action Sesame Street movie adaptation.
The Sesame Workshop has officially rebutted the claims of former Sesame Street writer Mark Saltzman that Bert and Ernie are a gay couple.
A New York City judge rules in STX Productions' favor regarding Sesame Workshop's Sesame Street lawsuit against The Happytime Murders movie.
The parent company of Sesame Street files a lawsuit against STX Productions alleging The Happytime Murders’ tagline tarnishes its brand.
Sesame Street introduces viewers to the Snackside Down and the Cookiegorgon in the show's Stranger Things parody, 'Sharing Things'.
Sesame Street points its parody skills at Stranger Things, with its felt-covered characters heading to the mysterious Upside Down.
Sesame Street does its own parody of the hit show, The Walking Dead, with Cookie Monster playing the role of Rick Grimes.