'Rehov Sumsum' starts filming

For the first time, the show will include a wheelchair-bound muppet, Sivan, and Kruvi, a blue-furred monster, will make a comeback.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
July 15, 2009 10:42
'Rehov Sumsum' starts filming

Rehov Sumsum 88 248. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Filming has begun for the new season of Rehov Sumsum, Israel's version of Sesame Street. For the first time, the show will include a wheelchair-bound muppet, Sivan, and Kruvi, a blue-furred monster absent since 1983, will make a comeback. Casting has been completed, with Shosha Goren playing Grandma Shoshana, Alex Grechkin playing Boris, Jamil Huri playing Sa'id and Ayala Ingedashet playing Lamelem. The 30-part series will begin airing in December on the Hop! children's channel.

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