Last Week Tonight is like Sesame Street for adults. That’s not because John Oliver would make one hell of a muppet (he would), but because just like the children’s programming we used to love, watching this show is so much fun you don’t...Show More Summary
A "Muppets" promo shows Miss Piggy finding her serenity when Nathan Fillion is around. Plus, the return of out "American Ninja Warrior" competitor and "Out and Around" visits LGBT communities around the world.
Roughly six seconds after ABC’s new version of The Muppets started garnering positive buzz for its blend of felt-based comedy and writer’s room shenaningans, NBC has leapt into action, commissioning a puppet-focused workplace comedy of its own. Show More Summary
The Muppets are fitting right in with their new ABC colleagues…for the most part. In a series of new promos for the appropriately titled show The Muppets, Miss Piggy, Kermit the...
It seems the whole world—or, at least, the Comic Con-attending part of it—is pretty excited about the new Muppets show premiering on ABC next month. The aptly named The Muppets series will be “more adult” than its predecessor, possibly in an effort to fit in with other primetime shows. Show More Summary
An in depth look into their personal lives is coming to ABC this fall and hilarity ensues The Muppets are characters who have had a long career. They began with The Muppet Show that aired from 1976 and 1981 and made them all stars....Show More Summary
A month before the premiere of their new primetime show on ABC, popular Muppet characters Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy have announced in joint online statements that they are splitting up after “thoughtful consideration and considerable squabbling.” What do you think?
As a child of the 1980s, I’m predisposed to love the all things Jim Henson, especially the Muppets. Sesame Street and Fraggle Rock were must-watch shows, and The Muppet Christmas Carol is still my favorite version of A Christmas Carol. Show More Summary
Expect lots of celeb guests.
When The Muppets returns to television this fall, they're recruiting a few of their famous friends to join them. The ABC series, which follows the behind-the-scenes action of Miss Piggy's new late-night talk show, will feature a big celebrity guest star every week. Show More Summary
Kermit and Miss Piggy send out an official statement in regards to the termination of their relationship.
Behind the scenes of a latenight talk show was a natural setting for a next-generation Muppets TV series, producers of ABC's "The Muppets" told reporters Tuesday during the Television Critics Assn. press tour. Bill Prady and Bob Kushell, exec producers of ABC's "The Muppets," said the series would...
Kermit the Frog has some really bad news for fans: Kermit and Miss Piggy have officially broken up, effective immediately. Like Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, they have made the decision to separate and to let the public in on their break-up.Click To Continue Reading
You may have gotten a sense of this if you saw the 10 minute sizzle real for The Muppets new ABC TV show, but Kermit the Frog confirmed it at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. Kermit and Miss Piggy have indeed broken up. Show More Summary
The Muppets are coming to primetime this Fall, and like a lot of The Muppets' projects, the new show isn't just for kids. There's a fresh, funny style and tone to bring Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the gang into modern network TV, and the show's two biggest stars and their executive producers came to Summer TCA to clear up some things about the series. Show More Summary
Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog announced their separation on Tuesday afternoon in a message on social media. Miss Piggy first appeared on The Muppet Show in 1976. The couple had been together for 39 years. "After careful thought, thoughtful...Show More Summary
It's time to get things started on the new Muppet Show
The master of Muppets meets the main man at Marvel in the latest lyrical show down on the YouTube series "Epic Rap Battles of History." But will a wild card rap opponent steal the show?
The Muppets once again show off their musical talent as they have Sam the Eagle (of all muppets) help cover a 70s hit: Jungle Boogie.
Muppets creator Jim Henson takes on Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee in the latest installment of Epic Rap Battles of History. Here’s the behind-the-scenes video showing how it all came together.