Sweet: PBS Kids and “Sesame Street” will premiere Cookie Monster’s very first special, “The Cookie Thief,” on Feb. 16 on public television.
A cookie art museum has just opened on “Sesame Street,” but art suddenly disappears and Cookie Monster quickly becomes a suspect. Cookie Monster’s special is a nail-biting, cookie-munching thriller with guest stars including Rachel Dratch of “Saturday Night Live” fame.
Star crossed: Cast members from ABC Family’s “Baby Daddy” and ABC’s “General Hospital” will crossover on both shows this February. On Wednesday, Feb. 4, “General Hospital”’s Kelly Monaco (Sam McCall) will guest star on “Baby Daddy.”
Then on Friday, Feb. 13, “Baby Daddy”’s Derek Theler (Danny Wheeler) and Melissa Peterman (Bonnie Wheeler) will guest star on “General Hospital” for a special Valentine’s Day episode.
New shop talk: The upcoming syndicated daytime talker “The F*A*B Life” (fun and beautiful), featuring Tyra Banks, has already been cleared in over 70% of the country. It is slated to debut in national syndication in the fall of 2015.
Banks will lead a panel of lifestyle experts including social media buff and foodie Chrissy Teigen, fashion guru Joe Zee, interior design professional Lauren Makk, and do-it-yourself YouTuber Leah Ashley.
Another viewing option: AOL has announced the premiere dates for the first shows being released from their 2015 programming slate. AOL will debut the new original series “That’s Racist with Mike Epps” on Monday, Jan. 26, followed by the new original series premiere of “Inspired” on Wednesday, Jan. 28,and “#CANDIDLY NICOLE” will return for the second half of its sophomore season on Thursday, Feb. 12.