Videos: ‘Sesame Street’ Characters Teach ‘Game Of Thrones’ and ‘Westworld’ Enemies Lesson In Respect
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A show like Sesame Street doesn’t exactly go together with shows like Game of Thrones and Westworld. You’re not going to find many adults watching Sesame Street without some tiny humans nearby, and you’d feel bad for any kid who accidentally wanders into an episode of Thrones or Westworld.

But with all three of the shows currently housed at HBO, anything is possible. Sesame Street is doing a campaign called “Respect Brings Us Together” as part of its 50th anniversary celebration. And who better to teach a lesson in respect to in a pair of recently released crossover videos than Game of Thrones siblings Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) and Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage), and Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood) and Bernard Lowe (Jeffrey Wright) from Westworld?

Click on over to the other side to give both videos a watch.

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Anne Hathaway In Talks To Join ‘Sesame Street’ Film
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Anne Hathaway is one of the many A-list talents who has visited Sesame Street, appearing in Elmo’s Christmas Countdown in 2009 to sing “I Want A Snuffy For Christmas” (seen below) with Big Bird and Snuffleupagus.

Now it looks like she will have a larger Sesame Street role. New reports say the actress is being eyed to star in a film based on the long-running children’s show alongside Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, and many more. Check out the full report, below.

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May the 4th: When R2-D2 & C-3PO Visited ‘Sesame Street’
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It’s that special time of year again! The day when the gazillion Star Wars fans get to celebrate all things Jedi and Sith – May the 4th! In honor of this very special day, and to highlight the longevity of the popularity of the characters, via another pop culture phenomenon, here’s what happened when C-3PO and R2-D2 figured out “how to get to Sesame Street.”

Check out the clips below.

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Trailer For 1st Season Of ‘Sesame Street’ On HBO Released
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A staple of countless childhoods, Sesame Street has been on the air for over four decades, all of which being seen on Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). That will change next month, when the show moves to premium cable channel HBO.

The new deal with HBO will see new episodes of a brand new season airing first on its new home, and then eventually being aired later at its familiar home on PBS. Subscribers to HBO will also have access to classic episodes of the show for the little ones to watch while waiting for new episodes.

HBO has now released the first trailer for the new Sesame Street, which can be seen below.

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‘Sesame Street’ Actress Sonia Manzano Will Retire From The Show After 44 Years

After more than four decades, one of Sesame Street‘s most lovable non-Muppet residents is moving on. Commence tears…

Actress Sonia Manzano, who has played the role of Maria Figueroa-Rodriguez for the past 44 years, recently announced at the American Library Association Annual Conference that she will be retiring from the show. Manzano joined the cast of Sesame Street in 1971 but didn’t become a series regular until three years later. On the show, her character runs the Fix-It Shop with her adoring husband Luis (Emilio Delgado, who has also been a cast member since 1971).

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