See: Barrio Sesamo Episodo 1

Plaza Sésamo is the Latin American co-production of Sesame Street. Premiering in November
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The Current Title Card since Season 1

1972 and co-produced with Televisa, the series initially featured a mixed cast of Panamanian, Argentinian, and mostly Mexican performers, featured "neutral Spanish", and was meant for kids up to 8 years old. It aired at 2:30 pm on Canal 2. As the years progressed, the series more explicitly reflected Mexico, where the show is shot; in addition to Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Spanish-speaking Puerto Rico, the series debuted on PBS on April 3, 1995, broadcast primarily in Southwest markets on weekends. The program is also seen on Telefutura. It is the only Sesame Street co-production that can be widely seen in the United States.
First aired 1998
Last aired 2014
Network PBS Kids Sprout
Seasons 13
No. of episodes 1,055

Abelardo once visited his cousin Big Bird on Sesame Street in the USA in episode that aired on Cinco de Mayo.

The series was a regional semi-finalist for the 2006 International Emmy Awards, up against 5, Rue Sésame, another co-production of Sesame Street.

Several episodes from 2004 to 2006 can be viewed on PBS Kids Sprout's on-demand service and episodes from Season 9 are in iTunes. Originally, PBS Kids Sprout used to air episodes from 1997 to 2000.