Warner Bros. and MGM have announced the release date for the live-action Sesame Street movie starring Anne Hathaway.
Frank Oz, who has portrayed Grover for over four decades, reacts to a clip in which the character appears to use a very naughty word.
Caroll Spinney, who originated the roles of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, will leave Sesame Street this week after a 50-year career.
In the latest TV Legends Revealed, find out if Elmo was around for a decade on Sesame Street before he actually became the famous Elmo we all know.
Portlandia co-creator Jonathan Krisel is boarding Warner Bros.' Sesame Street film.
Writer Mark Saltzman revealed he wrote Bert and Ernie as gay when he worked on Sesame Street, which the children's program has since disputed.
In response to being sued by Sesame Street, The Happytime Murders craft a response from puppet lawyer Fred, Esq.
The folks behind Sesame Street aren't too with Henson Alternative's raunchy puppet parody Happytime Murders, going so far to sue the film's producers.
It's really not easy being green! The fifteen secrets on this list reveal the Muppets' often overlooked dark side.
Sesame Street took to its official Twitter account to announce its very own parody of the Netflix hit Stranger Things for this Thanksgiving.
A new Sesame Street parody video makes us very thankful the walkers in Robert Kirkman's hit AMC series aren't after our cookies.
The newest episode of the beloved children's show takes an open-minded approach to gender expression.
"Iron Man" actor forgiven after bottling his demons and Snyder may use an old trick to set up DC's future.
Get your first look at the new "Sesame Street," hitting HBO with a new 30-minute format on January 16.
After a year-long feud over the term "Comic Con," organizers of Comic-Con International and Salt Lake Comic Con are set to meet next month with a judge about a possible resolution.
Cookie Monster's Furius must face Moo-dusa in the "Sesame Street" sendup "Nosh of the Titans."
HBO's "Game of Thrones" has fun taking the wind out of their own sails via a mash-up video featuring the best spoof moments from "The Simpsons," "SNL" and more.