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The 10 Most Important Topics Covered By 'Sesame Street'
It's been a big couple of weeks for classic kids TV show Sesame Street. Days after the death of Caroll Spinney, the man who puppeteered Big Bird for most of the show's fifty-year history, Sesame Street became the first TV show to receive Kennedy Centre Honours.
Everything You Need to Know About the New Characters in the 'Black Widow' Trailer
After spending seven films as a much loved supporting player in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Natasha Romanoff is finally getting a solo film, with Black Widow due to hit the big-screen in 2020.
'The Walking Dead:' Who Won't Make It Out of the Cave?
As always, the mid-season finale of zombie-drama The Walking Dead ended with a massive cliffhanger. Lured from their safe path by the villainous Alpha, last remaining series originals Daryl and Carol, and newer fan favourites Aaron, Kelly, Connie, Magna, and Jerry, found themselves trapped in a cave full of Walkers as the final credits rolled.
The 7 Most Important Moments in the 'Descendants' Series
Since premiering in 2015, Descendants, a film focusing on the teenage children of Disney's most popular heroes and villains, has become one of the most popular Disney Channel original movies. It built on its success, with a sequel in 2017.
The Wisdom Of 'Winnie The Pooh': How These Lessons Apply to Adult Life
Since he first came to life on the big screen in the 1966 featurette Winnie The Pooh And The Honey Tree, Winnie the Pooh and his friends have become some of the most beloved characters in the vast Disney library. Where many other characters from his era appear in a single film, Pooh Bear endures, with films and shows starring him still being produced to this day. Pooh is eternally innocent and childlike, constantly learning new things. As Pooh and his friends learn, so too do the children watching them.
What 'Rugrats' Taught 90s Kids About Changing Gender Roles
Children of the '90s were born into a time when the world was just beginning to settle into the big changes that had happened in previous decades. It was a time where it was becoming more common for women to return to the workforce soon after having children. To be a Tomboy was slightly more accepted, though still thought strange by older generations. 'Boy' things were still said to be meant for boys, and 'girl' things meant for girls.