Kermit returns in Muppets Now for Disney Plus

The Muppets are back, honey, this time in Muppets Now, a new unscripted program for Disney Plus.

In a cheeky trailer, Kermit the frog announces the Muppet’s new endeavor, though Joe, the legal otter, prevents him from saying much more. But from the footage we can Look, it’s clear that this new Muppet show is full of famous guests (Seth Rogen, RuPaul and Linda Cardellini are some faces between them) and crazy Muppet pranks. The show will combine the formats of a game show, a cooking show, and a talk show.

Muppets Now not to be confused with the other Muppets Disney Plus show that was in progress, a musical project led by Josh Gad that he resumed later The Muppets take Manhattan, which was put on the shelf last September. Muppets Now is the first Muppets television series since 2015 The Muppets, a fake documentary-style show that aired for a season on ABC.

Muppets Now will premiere on Disney Plus on July 31. The original the Muppet show It is not yet available on the platform.

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