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Miscellaneous => Miscellaneous Mister Rogers Topics => Topic started by: GioMon on March 20, 2018, 08:23:34 PM

Title: Fred Rogers Network (Future)
Post by: GioMon on March 20, 2018, 08:23:34 PM
I wonder if there in the future have a channel (on-demand or over the air) to show Mister Rogers Neighborhood daily called Fred Rogers Network. It can show the shows produced by the Fred Rogers Company, pre-school programming [live action/animated programming] that use to air on PBS, documentaries, and perhaps air a G-Rated movie on Saturday and/or Sunday nights.

During the lunch and dinner hours: Have a one hour session for parents: “Mr. Rogers talks to Parents...” series, "Let’s Talk About It", "Old Friends...New Friends", and possibly air the documentaries like "It's You I Like", "America's Favorite Neighbor", "Fred Rogers' Heroes", and also air other parenting related programming. The parenting hour would air at Lunch, and the program will repeat at dinnertime.

What do you think? This would keep Mister Rogers' legacy alive for new generations of children.
Title: Re: Fred Rogers Network (Future)
Post by: autisticmrrogersfan on March 21, 2018, 10:49:32 AM
that would work. i would love to show my nieces and nephews the love that mr rogers has given me as an autistic man. mr rogers is one of my heroes for that reason. that is the story on my name here actually ;D
Title: Re: Fred Rogers Network (Future)
Post by: GioMon on April 09, 2018, 07:30:08 PM
Here's what the programs that would air on FRN including the programs produced by the Fred Rogers Company (in no particular order and to name a few):

Reading Rainbow
Cappelli and Company (with Pittsburgh native Frank Cappelli)
Jack Houston's Imagineland
Groundling Marsh
Kratt's Creatures
Between The Lions
The Big Comfy Couch
Timothy Goes to School
Seven Little Monsters

Can you think of any other shows that would fit in the FRN network?