Is ‘Big Bang Theory’ co-creator bringing the Muppets back to TV?

Senior Television Writer

It may be time to play the music, light the lights, and meet the Muppets on TV again, if “Big Bang Theory” co-creator Bill Prady has anything to say about it. According to several published reports, Prady – who early in his career worked for Jim Henson – has co-written a Muppets TV revival for ABC (the home of “Muppets Tonight” in the early '90s), which will be filmed as a proof-of-concept (basically, a short pilot). The show would feature all the usual favorites like Kermit, Gonzo and Miss Piggy, plus a few new characters like Fozzie's girlfriend (which would help the extreme Muppet gender imbalance) and her family, and have them once again producing a show-within-a-show.

What does everybody else think? Did the recent Muppet films rekindle your interest in the characters, or are you a Henson/Oz purist?

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