Sesame Street
Premiere November 12, 2020 (5101)
Finale July 8, 2021 (5135)
Episodes 35
Sesame_Street_Season_51_Trailer

Sesame Street Season 51 Trailer

Kelsea Ballerini with Abby Cadabby

Stephen and Ayesha Curry with Cookie Monster, Elmo and Grover

Billy Porter with a penguin

Issa Rae with Rosita, Elmo and Cookie Monster

Maggie Rogers with Ernie and Bert

Hailee Steinfeld with Abby, Rudy, Elmo and Rosita

Muppet performers on the set of season 51

Suki Lopez with several Muppet performers on the set of season 51

Puppeteers of season 51

Carmen Osbahr (Rosita), Ryan Dillon (Elmo) and Frankie Cordero

Sesame Street’s 51st season premiered on HBO Max on November 12, 2020, marking the first time the show aired first-run episodes on a video streaming service before being broadcast on television. Instead of premiering on Saturdays like the previous 5 seasons, episodes will premiere on Thursdays. The episodes will later premiere on PBS in Fall 2021. The season's main curricular goal is demonstrating playful problem solving.

Production

Regular production took place from January 13 through March 6, 2020,[1] before a hiatus of several months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Taping of new "Cookie Monster's Foodie Truck" segments, originally planned for the following week,[2] resumed by the week of September 28.[3]

Celebrities

Several celebrities visited the set during production of season 51, some of whom will feature as guest stars. Celebrities who visited the set during production of the season include: Kelsea Ballerini,[4] Stephen and Ayesha Curry,[5] Billy Porter,[6] Issa Rae,[7] Maggie Rogers,[8] and Hailee Steinfeld.[9]

Episodes

Cast

Sesame Street Muppet™ Performers

Pam Arciero, Jennifer Barnhart, Tau Bennett, Lindsey "Z" Briggs, Warrick Brownlow-Pike, Tyler Bunch, Leslie Carrara-Rudolph, Frankie Cordero, Austin Costello, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Ryan Dillon, Stacey Gordon, Chris Thomas Hayes, Eric Jacobson, Haley Jenkins, John Kennedy, Kathleen Kim, Peter Linz, Spencer Lott, Lara MacLean, Paul McGinnis, Carmen Osbahr, Martin P. Robinson, David Rudman, Matt Vogel, Bryant Young
  • Puppet Captain: Matt Vogel
  • Assistant Puppet Captain: Martin P. Robinson

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