In celebration of the late Fred Rogers’ 90th birthday and the 50th anniversary of his show, Twitch is hosting a marathon of the beloved Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood this week.
Starting on Tuesday, free live streaming service Twitch will be airing every single episode of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, kicking off at 1 p.m. ET with 90 of its most popular episodes and then running through all 856 episodes from the show’s 33-year run. Because the world needs this right now.
You can check out the stream at the Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Twitch channel or watch along here:
Mister Rogers’ Neghborhood started in 1968, teaching kids and adults alike the importance of kindness, manners, and being a good neighbor. Over the course of 31 seasons, Fred Rogers and his sweaters routinely brought a sense of welcoming with his wholesome show and gave the world something to aspire to.
Rogers passed away in 2003 after decades of delivering wisdom and preaching compassion to the world, and in a time where we need that more than anything else, at least we have Twitch’s marathon.
The episodes will also be co-streamed on a handful off other Twitch channels and may feature commentary from Twitch personalities, and will be available to co-stream for any users.