Blue’s Clues was a children’s program that marked the lives of many children in the nineties and early 2000s. Nickelodeon was able to develop a cult product for the smallest of the family, always advocating the fun and cuteness of the dog Blue . The series turns 25 this September 8 and Nick celebrates it with an emotional video starring Steve Burns, the first host. In the following paragraphs we discuss all the details.
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Released in 1996, Blue’s Clues aimed to develop early learning in young children, testing through Blue’s messages or inviting them to discover the world through various fantastic scenarios connected to reality. Steve Burns started as host of the series from chapter one, but was replaced by Donovan Patton in 2002 abruptly, surprising viewers and leaving a deep mark on the history of the channel.
The explanation offered by Blue’s Clues was that Steve he left to go to college, saying goodbye to his friends (the viewers) and leaving Joe in charge as the caretaker of the cute little blue dog. It was a difficult time for children who watched the series, but now Steve He returns with a message of encouragement and pride for all those who accompanied him during those times and are now adults. You can see the clip shared by Nick Jr.’s official Twitter account below:
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So about that time Steve went off to college… # BluesClues25 pic.twitter.com/O8NOM2eRjy
– Nick Jr. (@nickjr) September 7, 2021
The Twitter material has been reproduced almost 30 million times and has 1.7 million likes at the time of this writing. Steve addresses the audience in the mantle of his character, apologizing for leaving unexpectedly in 2004 but assuring that he is very proud of all that adult fans have achieved. The video became a trend and social networks burst into tears at the blow of nostalgia released by Nick Jr. And of course Latin America is not exempt, well Blue’s Clues it was also broadcast during the same years on “cable” television through the Nickelodeon signal.
After the departure of Steve, the series continued with Joe for 4 more years, ending in 2006 with its sixth season. Nickelodeon authorized a revival in 2019 titled The Clues of Blue and You, conducted by Joshua Dela Cruz, who interprets Josh; This new character was recently revealed to be Steve and Joe’s cousin, and even the latter appeared in a special chapter to advise the host on how to treat the little pet.
Although Nickelodeon did not become the multi-million dollar nostalgia machine that it became Disney, under its name it has several cult titles that are fondly remembered: Rocko’s Modern Life, Hey Arnold !, CatDog, Curmudgeon Beavers, SpongeBob, Monsters, Rocket Power, Rugrats, Teen Robot, The Thornberry, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Ginger, Jimmy Neutron, Danny Phantom, Invader Zim and many more, without forgetting the good number of sitcoms it has produced in three decades. Blue’s Clues stands as another great classic that will last for several years.
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