We still don’t know what the official name will be of Disney’s Netflix-type streaming service that launches in 2019. However, every few weeks we are learning about some of the original programming that will launch stream on the service. Today, The Hollywood Reporter has reported that “The Muppets” will be coming to the new streaming service.
Disney originally purchased rights to The Muppets Studio back in 2004. Then, in 2016, Disney’s efforts to revive Kermit and Missy Piggy fell flat after their comedy series for ABC was canceled after one season.
A search for a writer for “The Muppets” reboot is currently underway.
A new “Muppet Babies” series is scheduled to premiere on Disney Jr. this year.
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