“You’re not allowed to eat, drink, use the bathroom in the park, go to the bathroom, use a restroom in the public bathroom, you can’t go to a doctor’s office, you have to wear a mask,” she said.
“It’s like we’re going back to a feudal society.
I don’t want to be in the same position as those children.
We’re not living in a democracy anymore.
We are living in an industrial society, and it’s not the way we wanted it to be.”
Sesame Workshop, the parent company of Sesame Street, recently announced it will air “Supernatural,” a Spanish-speaking series that is set in a post-apocalyptic world.
The show will premiere on April 4 on Spanish- and English-language channels.
The Sesame Workshop says it is “exploring other opportunities to introduce new audiences to the world of ‘Seth,'” including with a series about a young man who is sent back in time to save his sister from a monster.