Mister Rogers is Getting His Own Stamp

The cardigan is back.

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Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood was a foundational TV show for many of us growing up and now the iconic character will be immortalized in a stamp, the USPS announced earlier this week. So now we can always welcome Mister Rogers into the neighborhood.

The stamp shows actor Fred Rogers, who starred in educational children’s series for 30 years, wearing his trademark cardigan and holding the puppet King Friday XIII, who regularly appeared on the show. In a press release, the USPS described commended the classic show as it “inspired and educated young viewers with warmth, sensitivity and honesty.”

The Mister Rogers stamp will make its debut on March 23 at the Fred Rogers Studio in Pittsburgh. And speaking of classic children’s shows, Disney is rebooting Kim Possible as a live-action movie.

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