Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie and Gonzo are all seen checking their phones in new posters for ABC's 'The Muppets', debuting in September.
Not long after the the video presentation that landed The Muppets a new show on ABC surfaced online after a debut at Comic-Con, we have a batch of new posters for the “more adult” TV comedy series that you’ll likely start seeing around major cities very soon. Show More Summary
After showing up for their own panel at Comic Con this year prior to the premiere of their new show, The Muppets have decided to release the video pitch that landed them the fall gig on ABC. The series will be a mock-doc in the spirit...Show More Summary
Of the many projects that Hollywood currently has in its mammoth machine the one most “flying under the radar” right now to me, feels like the forthcoming Muppets TV show, set to premiere this Fall on ABC. These classic Jim Henson characters that many of us grew up with, are getting a modern-makeover in their […]
A 10-minute video featuring all of 'The Muppets' convinced ABC to move forward with a new TV series, debuting this fall.
The new version of "The Muppets" show might be a lot different from the variety series that premiered back in the 1970s, but the new mockumentary version (that mimics the style of "The Office" and "Modern Family," complete with cutaways to character interviews talking directly into the camera)...
For their debut appearance at Comic-Con a couple of weekends ago, the Muppets brought along this footage that ABC posted today. Celebrity guest stars were a major feature of the original The Muppet Show, and it looks like that’ll beShow More Summary
In case you hadn’t heard, The Muppets are coming back to television this fall with a brand new series on ABC. Taking a cue from shows like The Office and Parks and Recreation, the series will be a mockumentary style show following the Muppets as they create a new series for ABC. Show More Summary
ABC has released the 10-minute first look presentation that was created to pitch the upcoming series The Muppets. The mini-episode sets up the premise of the series where Kermit and the other Muppets are preparing for a new show on ABC, but must convince Miss Piggy to do the show. The series is stylistically similar to The […]
The new Muppets TV show doesn’t air on ABC until this fall, but fans who are eager for an earlier glimpse behind the scenes are in luck: the 10-minute “behind-the-scenes” video that premiered at Comic Con to a standing ovation is now available online. Show More Summary
It's the best news since we found out ABC was giving the Muppets a new TV show! Due to popular demand, and The Muppets' successful Comic-Con panel, ABC has released the 10-minute pilot presentation that was used to convince the network...Show More Summary
This 10-minute video convinced ABC to go ahead with the new "adult-themed" TV show.
Fozzie is dating a human, Topher Grace makes out with Miss Piggy, and Kermit is living in a "bacon-wrapped hell on Earth" — welcome to the new, grown-up Muppets ABC has unveiled a First Look at its highly anticipated forthcoming series. Show More Summary
Miss Piggy just showed Rihanna that she’s the original Bad Girl (better make that “Bad Sow”). The Muppet recently proved that she can be really mean when she doesn’t get her green by performing her own version of RiRi’s “B Better Have My Money,” her video is going viral. Show More Summary
Even though fans were going crazy over the panels for shows like The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones at Comic-Con, one panel that we didn’t get to check out that had equally rabid fans was for The Muppets and their return to television in the self-titled ABC mockumentary series. Show More Summary
Ghostbusters, Gotham, Star Trek, Muppets - we got Diamond to show it all off and give us the deets. (Or should I say "teh d33tz"? I never know what the lingo is.) ...
Star Wars, Game of Thrones, X-Men, and now even The Muppets have taken this year’s San Diego Comic-Con by storm. For the first time in history, Kermit the Frog and his gang made an appearance at Saturday’s Comic-Con to promote their upcoming ABC show. Show More Summary
ABC’s new show made a big impact at Comic-Con International in San Diego when they revealed the concept behind "The Muppets."
Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, and more beloved Muppets characters crashed the San Diego Comic-Con panel for their upcoming ABC sitcom, “The Muppets." The audience was first treated to never-before-seen test footage that the creators pitched, which introduced the show’s hyper-meta concept. Show More Summary
By far the most hysterical panel at Comic-Con, ABC’s The Muppets received an uproarious response from the crowd in Room 6A as Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie the Bear, Rowlf, Pepe and Rizzo Rat elbowed themselves while discussing their new fall show. Show More Summary