Bob Costa is going on “Work, work, work” and hoping for a comeback with the “Muppet Babies” sequel.
The late host of NBC’s “Today” and “Late Night” said Thursday that he’s still “not ready” to retire.
“I’m still in the process of doing my thing, and it’s just not done yet,” Costas said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
But we need to do something else, and then it’ll come back.” “
The movies are coming out, I’m going to have a baby with my wife, and we’re all going to be there for him, and that’s what I’ve always wanted to do.
But we need to do something else, and then it’ll come back.”
Costas’ comments come as his NBC show, “Today,” gears up to kick off its second season with a premiere on Sept. 11.
The show has been criticized by some viewers and critics for its depiction of racism in America.
In the first season, “Muppets Most Wanted” featured a white Muppet.
Costas has said he’s not concerned about the issue and said he doesn’t plan to change the way he presents the show.
“When you’re on a show like ‘Muppet Shows,’ you’re just going to do what you’re going to [do],” Costas told The Hollywood News in 2015.
“You know, it’s like the big, big, giant show on TV.
You can’t change that.
That’s how I’ve been for the last 30 years.”
The “Million Dollar Listing” star said he’ll be focusing on his new show, including the “The Muppets” movie.
“If you see the movie and you’re like, ‘Man, what a story,’ then you’re in luck,” Costa said.
“This is going to change me in some ways,” Costamas said.”
This is going to change me in some ways,” Costamas said.