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Sesame Street: Clips Now on Hulu

October 13th, 2008 by Rebecca Harper Editor

They’ve been around long enough that most of us consider them old friends: Ernie and Bert, Big Bird and Snuffleupagus, Oscar and Grover. Striking the right chord of playtime and education, our colorful puppet pals taught us not only letters and numbers, but also to respect each other and to eat your veggies.

Now that Sesame Street is available on Hulu, you can revisit Elmo, The Count and Cookie Monster any time you want. We have 75 clips spanning the show’s history, including some of the notable guest visits: Natalie Portman, Johnny Cash, Ben Stiller, Liam Neeson and American Idol‘s Ruben Studdard, among many others. They cover everything from exercise and art to asking questions and rhyming — along with counting and the alphabet, of course.

So whether you need to brush up on your ABCs or just want an excuse to sing along, now you can find your way to Sesame Street through Hulu. Here’s one of my favorites:

Have a favorite of your own? Share yours on the show’s discussion board.

Rebecca (),
Rubber Duckie’s BFF

Last comment: Oct 23rd 2008 3 Comments
  • K Kathmann says:

    Please make a Playstation 3 plugin for Hulu, so we can watch your content as it is meant to be seen… on a TV! This is the future of broadcasting!

  • Rosey says:

    Well done!

  • Chris Crum says:

    I’ve always enjoyed the animated pinball bit which covers the numbers 1-12. I now have a 3 month old child and she seems to love it too. There’s some weird stuff going on in that animation though that I never thought anything of until I was an adult. witches and clowns over top of some pretty eerie sounds between “verses”.