Arthur might be able to say, “Hey! This is a truly wonderful day.

The beloved PBS Children’s Show, our favorite aardvark. ArthurHe is now an adult. Well, Type of. PBS broadcast that, to celebrate the 25th anniversary the series, the program would be based on the bestseller books. Marc Brown, they are hosting a special marathon, with over 250 episodes plus four new episodes, including an ending that gives a glimpse into what’s in store for the future of Arthur and his friends, a.k.a. We get to meet them as adult.

The idea of D.W. being an adult makes us feel good.AncientBut we also get a little emotional about it. Arthur‘s impact. As the longest-running kids’ animated series on television, the series has taught kindness, empathy and inclusion for 25 years.

In 2020, GBH Kids created a series of digital short videos to give parents and families tools to talk about current events, from the importance of handwashing and wearing a mask, to talking about racism and encouraging everyone to participate in elections. 

In the new episodes, Arthur and his pals will learn how to help a grieving friend, go on a family vacation, and get a hint of their futures from a mysterious fortune-telling game.