"Muppets Now" announced for Disney+
It's finally official. A new, unscripted short-form series, “Muppets Now”, is coming to Disney+ this November. Let us know your thoughts on the Muppets big announcement.
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I love the idea of reviving old favorites for new generations to enjoy.
I gave those tracks a listen and am more impressed than not with the voice cast, particularly Animal.
I feel like this could be fun.
Oh I like these shows as well.
I honestly didn't think I'd like Niel Patrick Harris as Count Olaf in SOUE, that he wouldn't do Jim Carrey's version of the role justice but I found his rendition quite superb. Possibly even better than Carrey's.
I'm looking forward to the second season.
I had no idea that show was still going on, I haven't watched it since I was maybe 13 or 14 which was in 2000/2001. That's all I'm revealing about my age.
I used to love it, I even had some of the VHSs and the books.
I've never met a famous person beyond getting a response from one or two on Twitter.
My aunt once met Kurt Russel and Goldie Hawn at Disneyland, I was around somewhere because I was the reason she was at Disneyland in the first place (one of my uncles went as well) but I was 5.
David Boreanaz from Buffy the Vampire Slaye, Angel and Bones.
Sam Witwer from Being Human (Syfy) and Smallville.
Past crushes I've gotten over:
Freddie Prinze Jr.
Scott Backula (Quantum Leap)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Being Human (Syfy)
Once Upon a Time
Big Bang Theory
Fresh Off the Boat
This so-called UK version was a waste of time because as far as I could tell, it still features more American celebrities than British.
Regardless, the celebrities commandeered the entire video in both versions. The Muppets had almost no screen time. It just felt like a lot of random karaoke...
Excellent point! This hadn't crossed my mind but is absolutely true. There was something of a 90's trend of presenting both sides of the female spectrum. The Muppet Babies was certainly no exception.
Let me also point out the presence of this concept in another 90's series, Disney channel's...