There is little information regarding the effects of educational television and its impact on children with autism. While there are limited programs available, those that have been produced, lack active learning techniques and the development of emotional reciprocity. This study explores current research and techniques used to help children, primarily those diagnosed with autism, and develop a better understanding of social interactions and emotional reciprocity. By using current theories and data, this study implements the information in the creation of a prototype of a television series. This program attempts to aid in emotional development and assist in the relationship and communication between that of the caregiver and the child diagnosed with autism. Following the creation of the script and the interactive accessories, the materials were sent to various child development experts, caregivers of children with disabilities, and early education specialists to critique and evaluate the program. These evaluations were then used to adapt the script and materials to better serve children with autism and aid in their socio-emotional development.