Blue's Clues

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"Blue's Clues" was a popular, long-running children's television show on Nickelodeon. The show, which aired from 1996 to 2006, featured Blue, an animated dog who interacted with a human host .

"Blues Clues" producers created the show based on their knowledge of early childhood education research and child development concepts, which was groundbreaking for children's entertainment.

"Blue's Clues" was originally hosted by Steve Burns, who left the show in 2002. He was replaced by Donovan Patton, who hosted the show until its 2006 cancellation. In 2004, a spin-off of "Blue's Room" began airing on Nickelodeon.

Each episode of "Blue's Clues" was formatted the same way. The host presented a puzzle for the audience to solve. Blue helped the audience solve the puzzle by leaving three paw print clues. Between the discovery of each clue, the host would lead the audience in games related to that episode's puzzle. At the end of each episode, the hostwould sit in his "thinking chair" to discuss the clues and help the audience solve the puzzle.

Despite the fact that no new "Blue's Clues" episodes are being filmed, DVDs of the series are still popular with preschoolers, young children and parents.

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