A new kids show called Pablo debuted on CBeebies earlier this week, about an autistic child who solves problems with his animated friends.
The show, aimed at preschoolers, has got a lot of praise.
At the start of each episode Pablo experiences a problem. In one, he arrives at a party and is overwhelmed by the noise and number of people, so he escapes back to the family car.
In a groundbreaking move, all the animated characters are voiced by autistic children. Noa the dinosaur (voiced by Tony Finnegan) is great at problem-solving but finds it hard to read other people's facial expressions.
Llama the llama (Rosie King) loves to repeat things other people say and has a keen eye for detail.
Then there's Draff (Scott Mulligan), whose catchphrase is "point in fact" and who loves to learn facts.
The hope is that Pablo will reach a wider audience than just preschoolers. After all, McGuinness said, "It is the parents who control who gets invited to the birthday party."
At the end of the party episode (spoiler alert), Pablo decides to go back to his cousin Lorna's party to wish her happy birthday and give her a present: one of his drawings.
You can watch Pablo at 9am on weekdays on the CBeebies channel in the UK, or you can catch up on episodes on BBC iPlayer.