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We just got a letter, we just got a letter!

Except this time, it’s even better! ’90s kids rejoice, because one of our favorite classic Nickelodeon series, Blue’s Clues, is getting a live-action makeover. Not only that, but it will also feature all three of the show’s hosts, which means our beloved Steve Burns will be returning to the screen after all this time!

You may remember, Steve popping back into our lives unexpectedly last year for the 25th anniversary of the show to explain why he had departed so suddenly. He hit us all in the feels when he reassured us that he did, in fact, go to college and use his mind and do all the things he always wanted to do.

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Then he left us with a parting message, “I guess I just wanted to say that after all these years, I never forgot you . . . ever.”

(I get emotional again just thinking about it!)

Well, we haven’t forgotten you, either, Steve.

And now we know what you’ve been up to lately—getting ready for your debut on the big screen!


The trailer for Blue’s Big City Adventure just dropped and it looks to be full of catchy musical numbers, memorable characters, and the requisite hunt for clues with our handy dandy notebooks!

The movie will feature Blue and the show’s current host Josh, played by Josh Dela Cruz, on a trip through New York City. There are sure to be lots of new places and faces to get to know, but I suspect we’ll have some fun reunions with dear old friends as well (I spy Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper!).

Our first glimpse of Steve in the trailer comes as he opens the door and asks the viewer, “You? Is it you?”

It’s us, Steve! Did you catch the green-striped tie??

This is also the first time he and the other two hosts will appear together on camera in what promises to be some funny scenes, including a hilarious bit in a taxi cab where they all say in unison, “You can do anything that you wanna do . . . that’s what we always say!”

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I know my own kids will adore it, but I have a feeling their millennial mom and dad will enjoy this trip down memory lane just as much.

So mark your calendars for Friday, November 18th, when Blue’s Big City Adventure will be available for streaming on Paramount+!

And Steve?

I hope you know we’re really proud of you.

It just goes to show, you really can do anything that you wanna do.

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Emily Solberg is a soldier, military spouse, mom of two, and fierce advocate of women supporting women. The goal of her writing is to help others feel less alone in their parenting journeys, and she isn’t afraid to share the hard parts of her own. You can find more from her over on Facebook and Instagram at Shower Arguments with Emily Solberg.

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