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Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, and a spin-off of Sesame Street. It featured Sesame Street Muppets, including Bert and Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series was produced by Sesame Workshop and Nick Digital, both based in New York City. It originally aired from April 1, 2002 until September 2, 2007 on Noggin, a cable channel operated by Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop at the time.

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  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, and a spin-off of Sesame Street. It featured Sesame Street Muppets, including Bert and Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series was produced by Sesame Workshop and Nick Digital, both based in New York City. It originally aired from April 1, 2002 until September 2, 2007 on Noggin, a cable channel operated by Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop at the time.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, and a spin-off of Sesame Street. It featured Sesame Street Muppets, including Bert and Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series was produced by Sesame Workshop and Nick Digital, both based in New York City. It originally aired from April 1, 2002 until September 2, 2007 on Noggin, a cable channel operated by Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop at the time. The show aired reruns on Sprout until 2016.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, and a spin-off of Sesame Street. It featured Sesame Street Muppets, including Bert and Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn, all of whom served as the show's hosts. The series was produced by Sesame Workshop and Nick Digital, both based in New York City. It originally aired from April 1, 2002 until September 2, 2007 on Noggin, a cable channel operated by Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop at the time. The show aired reruns on Sprout until 2016.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, created by Sesame Workshop and Nickelodeon for their former joint venture Noggin. It is a spin-off of Sesame Street hosted by four Muppets: Bert, Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series' backgrounds and animated elements were made by Nickelodeon Digital in New York City. Nickelodeon and Sesame developed the show to expand on Sesame Street by directly encouraging young viewers to interact with the characters. To do this, they combined classic Sesame Street footage with new segments, where the Muppets invite preschoolers to join them in games.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, created by Sesame Workshop and Nickelodeon for their former joint venture Noggin. It is a spin-off of Sesame Street hosted by Bert, Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series' backgrounds and animated elements were made by Nickelodeon Digital in New York City. Nickelodeon and Sesame developed the show to expand on Sesame Street by directly encouraging young viewers to interact with the characters. To do this, they combined classic Sesame Street footage with new segments, where the hosts invite preschoolers to join them in games.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, created by Sesame Workshop and Nickelodeon for their former joint venture Noggin. It is a spin-off of Sesame Street. The series is hosted by Bert, Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series' backgrounds and animated elements were made by Nickelodeon Digital in New York City. Nickelodeon and Sesame developed the show to expand on Sesame Street by directly encouraging young viewers to interact with the characters. To do this, they combined classic Sesame Street footage with new segments, where the hosts invite preschoolers to join them in games.
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  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, and a spin-off of Sesame Street. It featured Sesame Street Muppets, including Bert and Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series was produced by Sesame Workshop and Nick Digital, both based in New York City. It originally aired from April 1, 2002 until September 2, 2007 on Noggin, a cable channel operated by Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop at the time.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, and a spin-off of Sesame Street. It featured Sesame Street Muppets, including Bert and Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series was produced by Sesame Workshop and Nick Digital, both based in New York City. It originally aired from April 1, 2002 until September 2, 2007 on Noggin, a cable channel operated by Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop at the time. The show aired reruns on Sprout until 2016.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, and a spin-off of Sesame Street. It featured Sesame Street Muppets, including Bert and Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn, all of whom served as the show's hosts. The series was produced by Sesame Workshop and Nick Digital, both based in New York City. It originally aired from April 1, 2002 until September 2, 2007 on Noggin, a cable channel operated by Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop at the time. The show aired reruns on Sprout until 2016.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, created by Sesame Workshop and Nickelodeon for their former joint venture Noggin. It is a spin-off of Sesame Street hosted by four Muppets: Bert, Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series' backgrounds and animated elements were made by Nickelodeon Digital in New York City. Nickelodeon and Sesame developed the show to expand on Sesame Street by directly encouraging young viewers to interact with the characters. To do this, they combined classic Sesame Street footage with new segments, where the Muppets invite preschoolers to join them in games. To create the show, Nickelodeon hired a crew of Nick employees to write, compose, and direct. The writer of Play with Me Sesame, Karen Kuflik, had previously written for Nick in the Afternoon and Nickellennium. The show was developed by Jocelyn Hassenfeld, who had joined Nickelodeon to work on Allegra's Window. The music was composed by Michael Ungar, who had done the same for Noggin's former flagship series Phred on Your Head Show. Nickelodeon's parent company Viacom owns the "Play with Me" trademark, while Sesame Workshop retains rights to the classic footage. Many of the background designs in Play with Me Sesame were simultaneously used in Nickelodeon's Moose and Zee interstitials. The show premiered on April 1, 2002 and ran for three seasons. The show was heavily linked with Noggin's website, Noggin.com, and it featured a regular segment where computer games from Noggin were played. Nickelodeon extensively promoted the show across all of their networks, using a musical infomercial sung by Grover. Noggin also launched a live show, called Noggin's Play with Me Sesame Mall Tour, across the United States. At its launch, it was announced that Play with Me Sesame would continue to be produced for Noggin through 2009, but the show instead wrapped in 2007. The last new episode aired on September 2, 2007.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, created by Sesame Workshop and Nickelodeon for their former joint venture Noggin. It is a spin-off of Sesame Street hosted by Bert, Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series' backgrounds and animated elements were made by Nickelodeon Digital in New York City. Nickelodeon and Sesame developed the show to expand on Sesame Street by directly encouraging young viewers to interact with the characters. To do this, they combined classic Sesame Street footage with new segments, where the hosts invite preschoolers to join them in games. The show was in development since 1999, when the Jim Henson Company still held the rights to the Sesame characters. To start production, Nickelodeon had to seek approval from Henson. Kidscreen reported that "the series marks the first time a State-side entity other than Sesame Workshop has been given permission by Henson to use the Sesame Street Muppets." Noggin shot footage of the characters on a green screen, and animators at Nick Digital added in new graphics. Many of the background designs in Play with Me Sesame were simultaneously used in Nickelodeon's Moose and Zee interstitials. Play with Me Sesame premiered on April 1, 2002 and ran for three seasons. The show was heavily linked with Noggin's website, Noggin.com, and it featured a regular segment where computer games from Noggin were played. Nickelodeon extensively promoted the show across all of their networks, using a musical infomercial sung by Grover. Noggin also launched a live show, called Noggin's Play with Me Sesame Mall Tour, across the United States. At its launch, it was announced that Play with Me Sesame would continue to be produced for Noggin through 2009, but the show instead wrapped in 2007. The last new episode aired on September 2, 2007.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, created by Sesame Workshop and Nickelodeon for their former joint venture Noggin. It is a spin-off of Sesame Street hosted by Bert, Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series' backgrounds and animated elements were made by Nickelodeon Digital in New York City. Nickelodeon and Sesame developed the show to expand on Sesame Street by directly encouraging young viewers to interact with the characters. To do this, they combined classic Sesame Street footage with new segments, where the hosts invite preschoolers to join them in games. The show was in development since 1999, when the Jim Henson Company still held the rights to the Sesame characters. To start production, Nickelodeon had to seek approval from Henson. Kidscreen reported that "the series marks the first time a State-side entity other than Sesame Workshop has been given permission by Henson to use the Sesame Street Muppets." Noggin shot footage of the characters on a green screen, and animators at Nick Digital added in new graphics. Many of the background designs in Play with Me Sesame were simultaneously used in Nickelodeon's Moose and Zee interstitials. Play with Me Sesame premiered on April 1, 2002 and ran for three seasons. The show was heavily linked with Noggin's website, Noggin.com, and it featured a regular segment where computer games from Noggin were played. Nickelodeon extensively promoted the show across all of their networks, using a musical infomercial sung by Grover. Noggin also launched a live show, called Noggin's Play with Me Sesame Mall Tour, across the United States. At its launch, it was announced that Play with Me Sesame would continue to be produced for Noggin through 2009, but the show instead wrapped in 2007. The last new episode aired on September 2, 2007. Less than a month later, reruns began airing on Sprout (now Universal Kids) and continued to air until 2015.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, created by Sesame Workshop and Nickelodeon for their former joint venture Noggin. It is a spin-off of Sesame Street hosted by Bert, Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series' backgrounds and animated elements were made by Nickelodeon Digital in New York City. Nickelodeon and Sesame developed the show to expand on Sesame Street by directly encouraging young viewers to interact with the characters. To do this, they combined classic Sesame Street footage with new segments, where the hosts invite preschoolers to join them in games. The show was in development since 1999, when the Jim Henson Company still co-owned the rights to the Sesame characters. To start production, Nickelodeon had to seek approval from Henson. Kidscreen reported that "the series marks the first time a State-side entity other than Sesame Workshop has been given permission by Henson to use the Sesame Street Muppets." Noggin shot footage of the characters on a green screen, and animators at Nick Digital added in new graphics. Many of the background designs in Play with Me Sesame were simultaneously used in Nickelodeon's Moose and Zee interstitials. Play with Me Sesame premiered on April 1, 2002 and ran for three seasons. The show was heavily linked with Noggin's website, Noggin.com, and it featured a regular segment where computer games from Noggin were played. Nickelodeon extensively promoted the show across all of their networks, using a musical infomercial sung by Grover. Noggin also launched a live show, called Noggin's Play with Me Sesame Mall Tour, across the United States. At its launch, it was announced that Play with Me Sesame would continue to be produced for Noggin through 2009, but the show instead wrapped in 2007. The last new episode aired on September 2, 2007.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, created by Sesame Workshop and Nickelodeon for their former joint venture Noggin. It is a spin-off of Sesame Street. The series is hosted by Bert, Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series' backgrounds and animated elements were made by Nickelodeon Digital in New York City. Nickelodeon and Sesame developed the show to expand on Sesame Street by directly encouraging young viewers to interact with the characters. To do this, they combined classic Sesame Street footage with new segments, where the hosts invite preschoolers to join them in games. The show was in development since 1999, when the Jim Henson Company still co-owned the rights to the Sesame characters. To start production, Nickelodeon had to seek approval from Henson. Kidscreen reported that "the series marks the first time a State-side entity other than Sesame Workshop has been given permission by Henson to use the Sesame Street Muppets." Noggin shot footage of the characters on a green screen, and animators at Nick Digital added in new graphics. Many of the background designs in Play with Me Sesame were simultaneously used in Nickelodeon's Moose and Zee interstitials. Play with Me Sesame premiered on April 1, 2002 and ran for three seasons. The show was heavily linked with Noggin's website, Noggin.com, and it featured a regular segment where computer games from Noggin were played. Nickelodeon extensively promoted the show across all of their networks, using a musical infomercial sung by Grover. Noggin also launched a live show, called Noggin's Play with Me Sesame Mall Tour, across the United States. At its launch, it was announced that Play with Me Sesame would continue to be produced for Noggin through 2009, but the show instead wrapped in 2007. The last new episode aired on September 2, 2007.
  • Play with Me Sesame is an American children's television series, created by Sesame Workshop and Nickelodeon for their former joint venture Noggin. It is a spin-off of Sesame Street hosted by Bert, Ernie, Grover, and Prairie Dawn. The series' backgrounds and animated elements were made by Nickelodeon Digital in New York City. Nickelodeon and Sesame developed the show to expand on Sesame Street by directly encouraging young viewers to interact with the characters. To do this, they combined classic Sesame Street footage with new segments, where the hosts invite preschoolers to join them in games. The show was in development since 1990, when the Jim Henson Company still co-owned the rights to the Sesame characters. To start production, Nickelodeon had to seek approval from Henson. Kidscreen reported that "the series marks the first time a State-side entity other than Sesame Workshop has been given permission by Henson to use the Sesame Street Muppets." Noggin shot footage of the characters on a green screen, and animators at Nick Digital added in new graphics. Many of the background designs in Play with Me Sesame were simultaneously used in Nickelodeon's Moose and Zee interstitials. Play with Me Sesame premiered on April 1, 1999 and ran for three seasons. The show was heavily linked with Noggin's website, Noggin.com, and it featured a regular segment where computer games from Noggin were played. Nickelodeon extensively promoted the show across all of their networks, using a musical infomercial sung by Grover. Noggin also launched a live show, called Noggin's Play with Me Sesame Mall Tour, across the United States. At its launch, it was announced that Play with Me Sesame would continue to be produced for Noggin through 2009, but the show instead wrapped in 2007. The last new episode aired on September 2, 2007.
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