The iconic PBS show Arthur is ending after 25 years and fans are taking to social media to reflect on the impact Arthur had on their lives.
Part of the impact of the show was the way it tackled difficult conversations, such as bullying and illness.
Aaron Edwards wrote in The Atlantic:
"Nerds, bullies, punk kids, computer geeks, tomboys, and princesses all got screen time. And not just that: They got arcs, interiority, and plots that presented elements of their identity at odds with the world around them."
Arthur is the longest-running animated children's show in history and the final episodes aired on Monday. The very first episode aired in 1996 and Arthur has won four Daytime Emmys for outstanding children's animated program.
Re-runs of the show are available on PBS Kids.