It sounds so nice, this ABC Muppets reboot. But we’ve obtained behind-the-scenes memos. If you adore Kermit, don’t read on.
Miss Piggy -- Never on Sunday, from Season 3, episode 9 of The Muppet Show.
(Photo: Ben Zucker/The Guardian) In 1969, puppeteer Caroll Spinney donned the enormous Big Bird costume for the first season of Sesame Street. He still does 45 years later. Spinney writes in The Guardian that it led to fascinating experiences:...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, the Inquisitr reported on a recently discovered species of never-before-seen glass frog, that bears a striking resemblance to everyone’s favorite amphibious muppet, Kermit the Frog. It’s certainly true that the Hyalinobatrachium...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, the people of the internet were delighted to look at a real frog that looks like the famous Muppet, Kermit the Frog. He is not the only real Muppet that dwells among us. Joe Hanson, a biologist and science educator, has rounded up pictures of 7 other pairs of fabric and flesh. Show More Summary
Pro Era’s Kirk Knight hits Generation Records where he picks out three random pieces of vinyl for the latest installment of Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette. Unfortunatley, one of the records he selects is a John Denver and The Muppets Christmas album, but he makes it work with the other two choices. Previously: Kirk Knight – […]
There’s some interesting news coming out of ABC‘s new The Muppets production. Word around the Internet Water-Cooler is that the show will feature a mockumentary style look at the muppet’s lives at work and home. Think of a cross between The Office and The Muppets Show. ABC’s logline for the new series goes like this: […]
The Muppets have never been afraid of breaking the fourth wall, from the variety show antics of The Muppet Show to the show-within-a-show of The Muppet Movie. And it sounds like ABC?s upcoming Muppets revival is going to go even furtherClick To Continue Reading
Back in February, Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney got engaged and announced it to the world in a way that didn't involve any vomit artists or clothing made out meat or Muppets. Everything about the engagement - from the classic-style ring...Show More Summary
Ok, so the new Muppet show is definitely in the works and it's going to be a mockumentary. I'm Kermit flailing all over the place right now.
As previously reported, ABC is considering bringing the Muppets back to television, but the revival may not be what we’ve come to expect from Kermit and friends. According to Entertainment Weekly, the planned Muppets show will be filmed in a mockumentary style, and will take stylistic cues from 30 Rock and The Office. Show More Summary
If The Muppets make the transition back to TV, it’ll be in a way we’ve never seen them before. New details have surfaced about the upcoming ABC pilot starring Jim Henson‘s famous characters and it seems this version will have a more adult feel. Show More Summary
I'm happier than the Swedish Chef cooking: They're working on a 'Muppet Show' reboot for adults! Like many people, my childhood was steeped in Muppets. And while I did watch Sesame Street, Fraggle Rock, and Muppet Babies, my favorite...Show More Summary
Statler and Waldorf won’t be the only ones complaining on ABC’s new Muppets series, as Entertainment Weekly reports that the series will be “more adult” than its predecessor, and, as we all know, being an adult means being miserable all the time. Show More Summary
Show "will explore the Muppets’ personal lives and relationships."
That "Muppet Show" reboot in the works at ABC just got a little weird. "The Big Bang Theory"co-creator Bill Prady is working on a pilot presentation for the remake, and it's going to be very different from the original show -- or anything...Show More Summary
If a new frog species discovered in Costa Rica looks familiar to you, you're not alone. The Hyalinobatrachium dianae is causing quite a stir because of its resemblance to a certain Muppet, Mashable reports. Yes, Kermit has found a twin in this frog with bright green skin and bulging eyes—...
(Photo: Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center/Disney) The famed Muppet Kermit the Frog eventually found refuge from Miss Piggy in the forests of Costa Rica. Scientists say that the newly-classified Hyalinobatrachium dianae has been found at 6 sites close to the Caribbean coast. Show More Summary
Which came first, the Muppet or the glassfrog?