Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood is a "television visit" between Mister Rogers and his young viewers. The series is geared primarily to 2 to 5 year olds, but appropriate for all ages.
With his caring and trusting ways, Mister Rogers creates a calm, safe place for children to learn about themselves, about others, and about the world around them. Mister Rogers brings them a one-to-one affirmation of their self-worth.Watch Episodes
Fun Program Facts
The number of stations that air Mister Rogers' Neighborhood has more than doubled since Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood premiered.
Deliberately slow-paced, MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD allows children time to reflect on what they see and hear. All of its parts are related – because that’s how young children learn best.
Each week, MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD explores a major theme of childhood, through the real world and a Make-Believe puppet story.
Regular neighbors and special guests – musicians, artists, teachers, plumbers, athletes – help children see and appreciate the variety of ways that people express who they are and what they’re feeling.
Many Neighborhood programs include a visit to a factory where people make things familiar to children and their families.
Mister Rogers offers a place where they feel accepted and understood, where everyone is welcome no matter what he or she looks like, or what he or she can or cannot do.
The series began in 1968 and continued to produce new episodes until 2001.
The series continues to air on weekends on some PBS stations and is available at PBSKids and on Amazon.