“Gumby” is considered to be one of the best television series and with good reason. The show follows the green clay humanoid and his sidekick Pokey as they embark on various adventures through different places and times in history. Parents and children will enjoy this show for very different reasons.
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8. Fraggle Rock
“Fraggle Rock” is accessible to people of all ages and it deals with some pretty important issues like prejudice, spirituality, personal identity, the environment and social conflict. By watching the Fraggles deal with their differences, creator Jim Henson was hoping that we can learn a thing or do about how to deal with our own.
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7. The Muppet Show
This show is funny and entertaining with the perfect blend of song and dance. There are a number of adult jokes and gags that will go over kids’ heads, but there is plenty of humor for children to enjoy.
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6. Sesame Street
“Sesame Street” has been on television since the dawn of time and it is considered the gold standard for children’s programming. It incorporates pop culture with educational content.
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5. SpongeBob SquarePants
“SpongeBob SquarePants appeals to people of all ages. It is simple enough for children, but also clever enough to appeal to teens and college-aged kids. Parents can expect to find jokes that their young children won’t catch.
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