Sesame Street: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Popular Children's Television Series is a 26-minute documentary originally shown in the United Kingdom in 1994 as part of a series called Opening Shot, an children's arts program produced by London Weekend Television, about the making of Sesame Street. Produced around the time of the show's 25th anniversary.
The documentary was planned to be released on DVD by Kultur International Films on November 19, 2013, but was since cancelled.
“Sesame Street is the staple of children’s television, set in an urban area.
The loveable and colorful puppets Elmo, Big Bird, Cookie Monster and friends have taught generations of children throughout the world real life issues through reading, dancing and singing.
This insightful program takes you behind-the-scenes of Jim Henson’s creation to meet the stars and characters of this ever-popular pre-school television series and to explore the wit, genius and the shows enduring magic.”