Posted May 15, 2018 12:27:23When you think of the Muppet show, it seems almost too good to be true: a series about a group of kids that run a circus in a small town.
But the show’s creator, Muppets creator Jim Henson, would love to see the series become a reality.
“The Muppeteers have always been about kids,” he said.
“We have been around for almost 100 years.
In the meantime, the show is back on the air. “
It’s not something you’d see every day, so I’d like to bring it back.”
In the meantime, the show is back on the air.
The new season of “The Mooch Show” premieres Thursday at 10 p.m.
ET on CBS.
Henson said it would be a long process to bring back the show, and said that would include “going through a few different iterations of the script and some additional ideas.”
The new version will also feature a new musical number and new characters.
Hentens cast, which included Kevin Hart, Jim Belushi, Robert Englund and Kermit the Frog, is also returning.
Henson said the show will return as a two-hour movie.
Hentsch says he’ll try to make it as original as possible, but he’s open to changes.
“We’re not a TV show,” he told the Hollywood Reporter.
“So if you want to change things, let’s do it.
If you want me to change it, let me change it.
We’re all going to go with the flow.”
Henson also said he’d like his Muppet characters to return to “Muppetland.”
The series first aired in 1978, and was picked up by Universal Studios, which has since developed its own version of the show.
Hentens said the cast is not necessarily going to come back to “The Office” to make the show a hit.
“I think the most interesting thing is that it will go on as a movie,” he explained.
“I think that’s going to be the interesting thing about it.
But we’ll have to see how that plays out.”
Henten said that if he wanted to, he’d also love to bring “The Wizard of Oz” to TV, which he says “is something that has really been neglected.”
“I’d love that to happen,” he added.
“But we’re going to have to wait and see.”
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