|Hello Mrs. Cherrywinkle|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||3 (original run)|
4 (2000–04 episodes)
|No. of episodes||39 (original run)|
104 (2000–04 episodes)
|Production companies||Coscient Group|
Owl/SDA Productions (1996–1999)
Zone 3 (2000–2004)
|Distributor||FilmOption International (original run)|
Zone 3 (2000–04 episodes)
|Original network||Family Channel (Canada)|
PBS Kids Member Stations (September 6, 1999–2001) (United States)
Télé-Québec (2000–06) (Québec)
|Original release||March 5, 1996 (original run)|
September 15, 2000 (Télé-Québec) –
July 12, 1999 (original run)
October 22, 2004 (Télé-Québec)
Hello Mrs. Cherrywinkle was a Canadian children's television program that aired in 1996. It centered on the adventures of the title character, Mrs. Cherrywinkle (portrayed by Kathy "Babe" Robinson, of Philadelphia, PA), a stout woman full of energy who interacted with a variety of puppets in her home and garden. The puppets used in the show were created by Noreen Young & Matt Ficner.
Songs for the series were written by Randy Vancourt and Tim Burns.
American Public Television picked up the show in 1999 for American distribution; Coscient Group planned to produce more episodes of the show for PBS Kids member stations if it was successful. The show's American run was unsuccessful and the new episodes were instead produced for the French network Télé-Québec.