10 things we learned from ‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’ that we’ll never forget
Television has introduced us to a series of unforgettable neighbors, from Boy Meets World’s Mr. Feeny to Sister, Sister’s pesky Roger.
But there is perhaps no television neighbor more iconic than Mister Rogers from PBS’ Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
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The daily educational program for children debuted on PBS in 1968, after two smaller runs — in 1963 with Misterogers on the Canadian Broadcast Corporation, and in 1966 with Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood on the Eastern Educational Network. Every day the titular character, played by Fred Rogers, would get home from work, put on a cardigan and sneakers, and talk to his neighbors, delivering lessons on friendship, love, kindness, acceptance, and more. (We, the viewers, were his neighbors, too). Read more…More about Mister Rogers Neighborhood, Mister Rogers, Culture, Movies Tv Shows, and Web Culture
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