“Sesame Street” is moving — and it will be brought to you by the letters H, B and O.
The next season of the long-running public television show is singing and skipping its way to the premium cable network in a five-year deal announced Thursday. Episodes of the children’s classic will also be shortened from one hour to a half-hour. But fans of “Sesame Street” accustomed to watching it on PBS for the past 45 years won’t be without their beloved Big Bird. As part of the deal, the show’s older episodes will continue to air on public television — reedited in new ways — and then after nine months, the HBO episodes will begin airing on PBS and its member stations.
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