The Muppets was cancelled earlier this month, but apparently not everyone got the memo. Watch as Fozzie Bear learns his show got cancelled and that he has to find a new job. Click To Continue Reading
Disney is counting on James Bobin, known for working on “Da Ali G Show” and the “Muppets,” to extend its franchise with “Alice Through the Looking Glass.”
ABC recently decided that Agent Carter wouldn’t be reporting for duty in a third season of the Marvel Studios television show, and they’re not pursuing Marvel’s Most Wanted as a new series either. But that was just the tip of the iceberg of ABC’s cancellations. Show More Summary
After only one season, ABC has cancelled the reboot of The Muppets. The show was supposed to be an instant success (who doesn’t love Kermit and Miss Piggy?), but the reboot took on a dark and edgy flair that didn’t resonate with fans...Show More Summary
Having been forced to admit that it drastically overestimated America's desire for human–Muppet sex, ABC has canceled The Muppets after one season. It's a sad ending for the show that only months ago was the crown jewel (felt jewel?) of the network's fall slate. The show's ratings rapidly declined over the ... More »
As network television begins to prepare for its 2016 fall lineup with many announcements coming next week, they first have to clean house. Overall, the networks did fairly well with most of 2016’s cancelled shows lasting through one whole season. Show More Summary
The medieval musical voices of Galavant have been permanently silenced after two seasons, as ABC has thrown the show’s lifeless remains onto the old corpse wagon alongside Castle, The Muppets, Nashville, Agent Carter, and The Family....Show More Summary
Kermit The Frog has had a lengthy, distinguished career in television, one that stretches back to roughly 1955, when he appeared in primordial form on Sam And Friends, way before Sesame Street or The Muppet Show. But one of the amphibian’s...Show More Summary
Not all bubble shows are born equal. All rely on ratings performance, the stronger the ratings — linear or digital or both — the better the chance of coming back. Creative strength and critical acclaim also help. But then there are other...Show More Summary
Three of the most fab dogs of Instagram brought their best paws to Mashable's first New York Doggie Fashion Show. Celebrity pup Toast and her sisters Underpants and Muppet sure brought their A game. Toast also documented all her summer...Show More Summary
Will we ever get tired of hip-hop Muppet mashups? Not when they’re as fun to watch as this latest video from Mylo the Cat. The editor behind Bert and Ernie rapping “Regulate” shows the South some love this time, replacing André 3000 and Big Boi with Gonzo and Kermit to perform “Ms. Show More Summary
Claudio Ranieri is the flavour of the week, month and year as Leicester are on the verge of securing one of the all-time great football fairytales. Should Spurs fail to win at Chelsea tonight, then the Foxes will be crowned EPL champions. Many Chelsea fans are licking their lips at the thought of stopping Spurs […]
As upfront presentations approach and this year's longer-than-usual pilot cycle reaches its peak, network execs are tasked with axing -- and sparing -- their veteran shows as they look to enter a new television season. But with upfronts three weeks away, little is left on the bubble. The Big Four...
On Saturday night, Bernie Sanders visited an art gallery in the East Village.
Sesame Street is welcoming a new resident: 6-year-old Zari will be joining season five of Afghanistan's version of the show. Zari will be featured in locally produced segments that focus on empowerment, national identity, and physical health.
Sesame Street, a popular children’s television show, reportedly introduced a new puppet Thursday – a 6-year-old girl named Zari. One of the things that makes Zari special is that she is a history-making character. According to the Sesame Workshop, Zari is “the first Afghan Muppet” on Sesame Street. Show More Summary
One of the things Sesame Street does in its mission to help kids all over the world "grow smarter, stronger and kinder," is having characters on each version of the show that the local kids can relate to. For the fifth season of the Afghan version of the show, Baghch-e-Simsim, they're introducing their first Afghan muppet — and it's a girl!
There's a brand new neighbor on Sesame Street. It's time to meet Zari, the show's first Afghan Muppet, who will debut on season five of Baghch-e-Simsim, the Afghan version of the famous children's program. She's a six-year-old girlShow More Summary
The Muppets USED to be one of the finest, classiest shows on television. The best, really. And I can tell you, the Muppets are some of my biggest fans. It’s really a tragedy what’s been happening with them lately. Sad! What we …Show More Summary
An update on the Brexit referendum.