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“Blues Clues” host Steve Burns obtained candid about his battle with melancholy whereas filming the favored kids’s present.

“I didn’t realize it but, however I used to be the happiest depressed individual in North America,” the previous youngsters’ present host advised Selection. “I used to be scuffling with extreme scientific melancholy the entire time I used to be on that present. It was my job to be completely and utterly stuffed with pleasure and surprise always, and that turned inconceivable.”

“I used to be at all times in a position to dig and discover one thing that felt genuine to me that was adequate to be on the present, however after years and years of going to the nicely with out replenishing it, there was a price,” the 49-year-old continued.

Burns turned the host of the animated collection in 1996, on the age of twenty-two, occurring to earn a Daytime Emmy nomination in 2001. When he exited the present in 2002, he defined on the present that he was going off to school and that his youthful brother would take over.

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“My technique had been, ‘Hey, you bought an important factor going, so simply battle it!’ Seems, you don’t battle melancholy; you acquire it,” Burns stated candidly. “After I left ‘Blue’s Clues,’ there was a protracted interval of therapeutic. It wasn’t till the demise of my father that I actually began to take issues significantly, and my life turned a lot extra manageable.”

“It made me take into consideration issues I hadn’t considered, like legacy and the worth of the issues we’ve left behind,” he shared. “It pressured me to reevaluate and take far more significantly my psychological well being. And New York Metropolis by no means was a lot good for my psychological well being.”

The present initially debuted on Sept. 8, 1996 and featured Steve, the character performed by Burns, navigating his animated home and fixing low-stakes mysteries along with his animated pet canine, Blue. 

In 2021, to mark the present’s twenty fifth anniversary, Burns returned with a video message shared to the Nick Jr. Twitter account. The heartwarming message noticed him deal with his absence from the collection. 

Last week, Nickelodeon announced "Blue’s Clues" was returning to television.

Final week, Nickelodeon introduced “Blue’s Clues” was returning to tv.

“You bear in mind how after we have been youthful we used to run round and hang around with Blue, and discover clues, and speak to Mr. Salt, and freak out in regards to the mail, and do all of the enjoyable stuff? After which in the future, I used to be like, ‘Oh hey, guess what? Large information… I am leaving,'” Burns recalled on Twitter.

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“Can we simply speak about that?” he requested his grown-up followers within the fashion he used to handle the digital camera with on the present. “As a result of I notice that was sort of abrupt. I simply sort of obtained up and went to school. That was actually difficult by the way in which, however nice, as a result of I obtained to make use of my thoughts and take a step at a time, and now I actually am doing most of the issues that I wished to do.” 

He continued, “Take a look at all you may have achieved and all you may have completed in all that point. And it is simply… it is simply so superb, proper? I imply, we began out with clues, and now it is what? Scholar loans, and jobs, and households, and a few of that has been sort of onerous, you realize? I do know you realize.

“I assume I simply wished to say that in any case these years I by no means forgot you. Ever. And I am tremendous glad we’re nonetheless mates…”

Burns reprises his function within the film “Blue’s Large Metropolis Journey,” which premieres on Paramount + on Friday. 

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