Sesame Street will broadcast an edited version of its five-part special on hurricanes on Friday, Nov. 9. Editors cut the original to eliminate segments on storm preparation, focusing the new version on dealing with the aftermath of a storm, according to Entertainment Weekly.
In the original program, first broadcast in 2001, a storm ravaged the iconic neighborhood of Sesame Street, leaving Big Bird's nest in ruins.
This is the third airing for the hurricane special. Sesame Street re-ran the entire series in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina assaulted the Gulf Coast. Last week, during an Oct. 30 post-Sandy appearance on WNYC's Brian Lehrer Show, Elmo recalled how scared he had been during the storm depicted in the series.