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Sesame Street Spinoff Ideas

Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by Buff Beaker, Feb 1, 2019.


which spin off would you like to see?

  1. Mnuchin Imposssible

  2. Twiddlebugs

  3. Around the corner

    0 vote(s)
  4. Other

Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. Buff Beaker

    Buff Beaker Well-Known Member

  2. BEAR 2

    BEAR 2 Well-Known Member

    I think Twiddlebugs is a great idea as an animated series. Around the Corner would be cute, but they may as well have just kept it with Sesame Street. They got rid of it to downsize and simplify.
    Buff Beaker likes this.
  3. MuppetSpot

    MuppetSpot Well-Known Member

    From what I heard, Around The Corner was gotten rid of because of the kids being too confused of all the characters that occupied there with an added possibility that Sesame Workshop didn’t have enough funds to keep it around. No wonder with season 30, they were trying to bring back more of the classic characters.
  4. BEAR 2

    BEAR 2 Well-Known Member

    Yes, exactly. It was a lot of characters to keep track of. It was probably the largest human cast in the shows history at that point too. Ruth Buzzi did stick around a bit longer after that even if they never showed her store. I liked ATC just for the fact there were so many friends to follow on the street, but i totally understand the reasons. They probably weren't interested in keeping that extra set around.
    Pig's Laundry likes this.
  5. MuppetSpot

    MuppetSpot Well-Known Member

    Plus from what my sources have told me, A lot of the 90s era Sesame Muppet characters are either used in Muppeteer workshops or international Muppets.
    BEAR 2 likes this.
  6. LittleJerry92

    LittleJerry92 Well-Known Member

    Twiddle-twiddle-bug... twiddle-twiddle-bug... twiddle-twiddle-bug...
  7. Pig's Laundry

    Pig's Laundry Well-Known Member

    It seems both of Cookie Monster's more recent segments Smart Cookies and Foodie Truck borrowed heavily from this concept. So, in a way, we kind of did get Munchin' Impossible.
  8. Buff Beaker

    Buff Beaker Well-Known Member

    Yeah I definitely see what you are saying. I really hope what ever the spinoff is that its awesome!
  9. Buff Beaker

    Buff Beaker Well-Known Member

    I think it would be great if Joey Mazzarino came back as Murray and Murray has his own show where he travels across the country and interviews people and sees new things with a cast of new characters or old forgotten ones like Herry or Sherlock Hemlock.
  10. Buff Beaker

    Buff Beaker Well-Known Member

    Have there been any updates on the spin off?
  11. Cookie3001

    Cookie3001 Well-Known Member

  12. Buff Beaker

    Buff Beaker Well-Known Member

    Sounds cool! I think Sesame should do a spinoff centered around Murray Monster traveling around the country with old and new characters like Sherlock Hemlock and Hoots the Owl.
  13. Cookie3001

    Cookie3001 Well-Known Member

    That sounds like an awesome idea, also would you be interested in writing an episode for my new series
  14. MuppetSpot

    MuppetSpot Well-Known Member

    For the last time, Murray Monster isn’t coming back, he’s retired.
  15. Cookie3001

    Cookie3001 Well-Known Member

    There is one EXTREMLY obscure SS spinoff that I remember. As a kid I didn't get PBS or Noggin or any other channels that aired Sesame Street at the time but I remeber one Canadian spinoff (I don't think I mentioned before that I'm Canadian) that aired on a Canadian kids channel called Treehouse. The show was called "Sesame Street Block", the show did not feature any new content, it was a 45 minute compilation of clips from the regular Sesame Street, Play With Me Sesame and Elmo's World. I only remember watching like 2 episodes of the show and it only aired for about a year (maybe less) and I can't find very much info about this show
  16. Buff Beaker

    Buff Beaker Well-Known Member

    OK. I was just blue skying it up. :fanatic:

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