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How events of 2020 changed children's television

21 days ago   |   By Boston Herald

Since he arrived in the world eight years ago, Daniel Tiger has overcome many an obstacle.
There was the whole potty-training ordeal and a rocky adjustment becoming a big brother. And who could forget the peach allergy?
But like most Americans - furry and otherwise - Daniel has never endured anything like 2020. This summer, he was devastated to learn he wouldn't be going to the annual carnival.
“We're staying far apart so we don't accidentally spread germs,” Dad Tiger tells a teary-eyed Daniel in “Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood: Won't You Sing Along with Me?,” a special created to help...
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