On what would have been Jim;s 84th birthday, JD Hansel examines the similarities and differences between two creative giants, Jim Henson and Walt Disney.
It’s been a mixed week for Age of Resistance, being cancelled just days after winning an Emmy.
But, hey, there’s an animated Sesame Street special coming, so that’s something! Read more here.
If you’re not listening to Matt Vogel’s Below The Frame, you really need to be. Get puppetry lessons from the best of the best, and hear inspiring and moving stories from your heroes.
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2020 is getting a little better, with last year’s live show A Swingin’ Sesame Street Celebration at Lincoln Center set to air on PBS on october 30th!
Check out these deleted scenes from Muppets Now, in which Walter gets confused, Beaker talks nonsense, and a baby does a better Seth Rogen laugh than Seth Rogen.
It’s the last episode of Muppets Now, and it might be the one that gets the most right, mainly care of Fozzie, Seth Rogen, and a bunch of poorly behaved babies. Seriously, who gave them a sword?
Now your kids can learn the difference between High and Low, Big and Small, Friendly and Evil probably, with The Dark Crystal: Book of Opposites out next month.
Join us as we talk to Kermit the Frog all about photobomby, banjos, Uncle Deadly’s name and the differences between bears and frogs. Plus – Kermit the Werewolf and an unwelcome gatecrasher.
Episode 4 of Muppets Now is live, as Uncle Deadly steals the show, as well as Aubrey Plaza’s interview. Plus, the return of two obscure characters, and Piggy enjoys eating sprinkles.
Mitchell Stein – What a year for fans of all things Jim Henson! Last year, we got a prequel series of The Dark Crystal on Netflix, this year we got a brand-new Muppet series on Disney+, fifty years of classic content, and a new series from Sesame Street at HBO Max, and an announcement of…