The channel that brought you “The Sopranos” and Game of Thrones” will start premiering “Sesame Street” this fall. PBS Newshour said Thursday that PBS has signed a 5 year contract with HBO to “widen its programming to include a long-running and prestigious children’s show.” This will allow Sesame Workshop to produce twice as much content each year. PBS will still air “Sesame Street” but viewers will have to wait 9 months after HBO airs the show. Jeffery D. Dunn, CEO of Sesame Workshop, said in a statement that the partnership with HBO provides “critical funding it needs to be able to continue production of ‘Sesame Street’. Currently, PBS provides less than 10% of the funding for the show.