Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, also known as Mister Rogers, is an American children's television series that was created and hosted by Fred Rogers. The series is aimed primarily at preschool ages, 2–5, but has been stated by Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) as "appropriate for all ages". Mister Rogers' Neighborhood was produced by Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA public broadcaster WQED and Rogers' non-profit production company Family Communications, Inc.; previously known as Small World Enterprises prior to 1971, the company was renamed The Fred Rogers Company sometime after Rogers' death. It is the third longest running series on PBS, after Sesame Street and Masterpiece. The series could be seen in reruns on most PBS stations until August 29, 2008, when it was removed by PBS from their daily syndicated schedule along with Reading Rainbow, Boohbah, and Teletubbies, in a deviation from the PBS policy of removing shows from the national feed after three years of reruns. Despite this, a number of stations have chosen to continue airing it independently of the PBS feed.