The Muppet Show
The Muppet Show is an 2014 one hour American television series. It is reboot of the Jim Henson show of the same name. Developed by Jason Segel, James Bobin, Nick Stoller and Steven Spielberg in collaboration with noted screenwriter John Lasseter (who was the writer of many movies from Pixar), the series serves as a sequel from both  The Muppets (2011) and Muppets Most Wanted. It follows a TV program called the Muppet Show, and their crazy attractions way with their guest stars and attractions, they always try to make the show good but every time something appears or nothing goes right for them and their guest stars (An actor per program). The show sticks close to the original show, as adding new characters (some regular, other minors) such as Walter, obscure characters from "Fraggle Rock", "Dog City", and "Jim Henson's Animal Show", and some old ones that appeared briefly in the beginning of the original series such as George, the janitor and Hilda, the seamstress/wardrobe mistress.

The Muppet Show premiered with a two hour pilot, 9:00 on Disney Channel on September 10, 2014; it was positively received by critics; subsequent episodes have also received critical acclaim as well. USA Network executives have confirmed that the first season of The Muppet Show will be 30 episodes long. In its sixth season The Muppet Show  will have 39 episodes, three of them in honor of Disney's promotion of Star Wars.



An promotional art. Note: The characters were put in the original season one scenario to look like we're getting back to the show.

Main characters

Recurring Characters

The following is a list of characters that are a recurring guest on the show; they are listed in alphabetical order as sorted by their last name. These include the most prominently featured antagonists and the main non-starring protagonists.

Other characters

The following is a supplementary list of recurring background characters, which includes characters that appear briefly in multiple episodes (mostly as audience members), but have little to no real world content to justify an entire section covering their in-universe histories (along with obscure Muppets from "Fraggle Rock", "Dog City", and "Jim Henson's Animal Show"). The characters are listed in alphabetical order as sorted by their last names.


Muppet Performers

  • Steve Whitmire as Kermit the Frog, Andy Pig, Beaker, Bean Bunny, one of the Elvises, Link Hogthrob, Lips, Mr. Poodlepants, The Newsman, Pig Brother 2, Rizzo the Rat, Snowths, Statler, Wall-Eyed Pike, Beastie, Bertha Monster, Bossmen, Bubba the Bartender, Bugsy Them, Eugene the Mink, Foo-Foo, Flash, Fazoob 2, Geri and the Atrics tuba player, Gil, Headless Bill, Hortense the Hornbill, Jack Rabbit, Jake the Polar Bear, Jacques Roach, the Laundress, Lenny the Gorilla, Murray Minstrel, Paul Revere, Pavlov the Pug Dog, Pokey, the Royal Purple Frackle, Scruffy, Shaky Sanchez, Timmy Monster, a Turkey, Wally and Youknow Bird
  • Eric Jacobson as Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Animal, Marvin Suggs, Mulch, Pig Brother 3, Sam the Eagle, Alien 2, Apatosaurus, Beautiful Day Monster, the Blue Frackle, a Fire-Breathing Dragon, Geri and the Atrics piano player, Gawky Bird 2, Gramps, Lyle, Male Koozebanian, Mean Mama, Mutation 2, a Peacock, a Plesiosaur and a Wolf
  • Dave Goelz as Gonzo, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Bill the Bubble Guy, Chester Rat, one of the Elvises, Kermoot, Dr. Pain, Pig Brother 1, Randy Pig, Waldorf, Zoot, Achilles the Shark, Andrew the Reindeer, Bill, Brewster the Guru, The Dodo, Fazoob 1, Jean-Dodd van Clamme, Lubbock Lou, Muppy, a Platypus, Righton Bird, Screaming Thing, Sopwith the Camel, Stinky the Skunk, Virginia the Red Fox and Zelda Rose
  • David Rudman as Bobby Benson, one of the Elvises, Gladys the cafeteria waitress, Gorgon Heap, Janice, Mildred Huxtetter, Miss Poogy, Nigel the director, Pig Brother 4, Scooter, Seymour, Thig, Wayne, Alien 1, Barry the Honeybee, Benny the Bat, Boo Monster, Bunnie Bear, Chauncey the Sea Turtle, Codzilla, a Dark Magenta Monster, an Electric Eel, Fazoob 4, Gawky Bird 1, the Green Frackle, Hillary the Owl, Humphrey the Badger, Jackie the Orangutan, Jill, Larry, Lenny the Lizard, Bubba, Luncheon Counter Monster, Milton the Booby, Miss Kitty, Mudwell Mudbunny, Ohboy Bird, Phoenicia the Hippo, a Piranha, a Porcupine, Quongo the Wild Mountain Gorilla, Sandy the Giant Otter, a Stingray, Tyrannosaurus, Wander McMooch and Winny
  • Peter Linz as Walter, Skeeter, Ace Yu, African Mask 3, the Apple Green Frackle, Artie Springer, Baskerville the Hound, Begoony, Catgut, Casey the Kangaroo, Droop, Food, Harold the Woodpecker, Ida Thornbush (Atrics Drummer), Jared the Tiger, a Leopard, Leroy, a Manta Ray, the Mole, Morton the Beaver, Mutation 1 and a Unicorn
  • Artie Esposito as Lindbergh, Nigel the conductor, Chopped Liver, the Hot Pink Frackle, a Killer Whale, Ozzie the squid, Rover Joe and a Whale
  • Bill Barretta as Angel Marie, Behemoth, Big Mean Carl, Bobo the Bear, Croaker, Howard Tubman, Johnny Fiama, Pepe the King Prawn, Rowlf the Dog, Snookie Blyer, The Swedish Chef, Ted Thomas, Zippity Zap, African Mask 2, Agnes Stonewick, Mrs. Appleby, Arnie the Alligator, the Beggar, Mr. Bitte, Bubba the Rat, Butch the tiger, Cornelius the Crab, Doglion, Dullard the Aardvark, the Emerald Green Frackle, Ernst Stavros Grouper, a Hammerhead Shark, Harry the Rhino, a Jewfish, Johnnie the Wolf, Lazlo the Hyena, a Liama, Mahna Mahna, Octavio the Octopus, a Panda, Pickles the alligator, Robert the Red Deer, a Sea Serpent, Slick the Sea Lion, Triceratops, Vernon the Grizzly Bear and a Walrus
  • Matt Vogel as '80s Robot, Angus McGonagle, Blind Pew, Camilla the Chicken, Constantine, Fleet Scribbler, Fletcherbird, Floyd Pepper, J.P. Grosse, Janooce, Dr. Julius Strangepork, Louis Kazagger, Ma Bear, Mad Monty, Mama Fiama, Pops, Roowlf, Sweetums, Ubergonzo, Uncle Deadly, the Weather Guy, A.Ligator, Alexis the Giraffe, an Anglerfish, Aretha, a Barracuda, Beard, Billybob the Lemur, Bossmen, Brool Minstrel, Custer the Bison, Mrs. Dilber, an Elephant, Female Koozebanian, Flaubert, Fluke the Dolphin, Fazoob 3, a Goat, the Grey-Lavander Elderly Frackle, Guffrey the Vulture, Hector the Spider Monkey, James Bobin Muppet, the Koozebanian Phoob, Slim Wilson, a Mandrill, Miss Mousey, Old Joe, Paul the Pelican, the Poison Cackler, Randall the Zebra, a Saber Tooth Tiger, a Sawfish, the Snake Frackle, a Spiny Lobster, Stegosaurus, T.R. Rooster, Tommy the Gazelle, Tug Monster, a Turtle, Whaddayasay Bird and a Yeti
  • Stephanie D'Abruzzo as Vicki, Maxine and Miss Belle
  • Bruce Lanoil as Captain Pighead (pronounced Pee-Jay), African Mask 1, Mad Dog, Mo Frackle, Norman the Really Big Sheep, a Pterodactyl and Tramp
  • Alice Dinnean as Gaffer, Hilda, Wanda, Yolanda Rat, Afghan Hound, Colleen Barker, Fern, Julie the Flamingo, Lou, Molly Monster and Trumpet Girl
  • Kevin Clash as Polly Lobster, Clifford, Leon, Tatooey Rat, a Beluga Whale and The Hippocritic Oaf
  • Victor Yerrid as George the Janitor, Black Dog, Calico, Carter the butler, Goggles, the Two-Headed Red-Beaked Gold Frackle (right head), the Undertaker and a Whale Shark
  • Drew Massey as Spotted Dick and the Two-Headed Red-Beaked Gold Frackle (left head)
  • Jim Kroupa as Jeremiah Tortoise
  • Leslie Carrara-Rudolph as Spamela Hamderson, Geri and the Atrics vocalist player, the Green Bird Frackle, Lydia the Ostrich, Melanie the Mink, Ohreally Bird, Shirley, the Stunt Cat, Terri Springer, and Zondra/Darci
  • Jim Martin as Franklin and Socks the Cat
  • Rob Mills as Ubu
  • Brad Dourif as Chucky
  • Besty Bastos as Besty Bird
  • Louise Gold as Annie Sue and Geri and the Atrics guitarrist
  • Tyler Bunch as Angelo, the Announcer, Foozie, Old Tom, Thog, Thor, Andrew the Humpback Whale, Anthony, Bart the Coyote, Bernice the Warthog, Blustering Bellowpane Monster, Bosco the Baboon, Chip, a Gnu, the Jade Green Frackle (J.G.), Jasper the Jaguar, Laughing Boy, a Moray Eel, Ralph the Moose, The Snowman, Trudy the Chimp, a Wooly Mammoth and Zeke
  • Julianne Buescher as Denise
  • Various Muppet Performers as the Alien Gonzos, Bananas, Bats, Bears, Birds, Bunnies, Cactuses, Chickens, Clams, the Clodhoppers, Coconuts, Cows, Dogs, Dragons, Ducks, Fish, Flowers, Forest Animals, Frogs, Gophers, Hobos, Horses, the Inkspots, Javas, Lizards, Lobsters, Monkeys, The Muppaphones, Octopuses, Parakeets, Parrots, Penguins, Pigeons, Pigs, Pumpkins, Rabbits, Raccoons, Seahorses, Singing Food, Skulls, Snails, Snakes, Snerfs, Spiders, Whatnots and the Wild Boar Tribe

Additional Muppet Performers

Guest Stars

Guest Stars are real-world important or pop culture, regularly singers and actors who appears in an episode of the show, they are listed through the season

Season One

Season Two

Season Three

Season Four

Season Five

Season Six

Season Seven

  • The Muppet Theater Epic: Charles Grodin as Nicky Holiday Chris Cooper as Tex Richman Joan Cusack as Rachel Bitterman 
  • Theater Documentary Episode
  • TV Parodies Episode
  • The Muppets Go Avenue Q
  • Pirates Episode
  • MST3K Episode
  • Michael Jackson Forever
  • Time Travel Episode
  • At Sea Episode
  • Dance Contest Episode
  • Abigail Howard


Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Season 4

Season 5

Season 6

Season 7

TV Movies and Specials


The production begin secretly in the end of 2011, with the idea of a sequel from the movie that was still be developed. As the show was new and huge planned, many Muppets were rebuilt, faithful to the original ones. Those included obscure characters from the Muppets, Fraggle Rock, Dog City, and Animal Show, some others, from other Muppet media. Many attractions came back as well, such as Muppet Labs, Muppets News Flash, Pigs in Space, Rowlf at the Piano, The Swedish Chef recipes and old ones that appeared briefly such as Talk Spots, At the Dance, Discussion panels, Wayne & Wanda and Guest Star Gags. Sketches that appeared in Muppets Tonight include Tales From The Vet, Real World Muppets, Great Moments in Elvis History, Fairyland PD, Bay of Pigswatch, The Eagle's Nest, and Tubmans of Porksmith.

Each episode contains a single classic clip from "The Muppet Show", "Muppets Tonight", and Muppet central segments from "The Jim Henson Hour" examples are Halloween, Amateur Nights and Christmas openings.

The ending of the specials remember the Rainbow Connection, showing every muppet of the show in one scene together. The show counts with many old and new additions, such as the hearing of laughter and applause, and Muppets being show fully, from head to toe (such as Walter, but with invisible puppeteers), On some occasions, Sesame Street Muppets appear. With permission from Sesame Workshop.

DVD and Blu-Ray Release

In later January, 2017, Disney released worldwide, an box set of the first six-seasons of the show.

The DVD features:

  • The Making Off The Muppet Show
  • Interview with Muppeteers
  • Interview with the Guest Stars
  • Interview with Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie, Gonzo, Walter and more
  • Making At the Dance
  • The Muppet Show Soundtrack
  • Remaking the Intros
  • Muppet Morsels
  • Making a Muppet
  • Interview with Jason Segel, James Bobin, Nick Stoller, Steven Spielberg and John Lasseter

The Blu-Ray features includes:

  • The Making Off the Muppet Show
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • Interview with Muppeteers
  • Interview with Guest Stars
  • Interview with Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie, Gonzo, Walter and more
  • A Look on the Theater
  • Making At the Dance
  • The Muppet Show Sountrack
  • Remaking the Intros
  • Muppet Morsels
  • Making a Muppet
  • Interview with Jason Segel, James Bobin, Nick Stoller, Steven Spielberg and John Lasseter
  • Ideas from Discussion Panels

Following the success of the movie merchandise, in April, 2015, Disney launched The Muppets Party Cruise 2.    


  • Fozzie Comedy Acts (Fozzie Acts are, by the most part, fail attempts of Fozzie to make a joke, or any other comedy acts. Statler and Waldorf are aways there to assail or to prank him).
  • Muppet Labs (Muppet Labs are a attraction that appears most parts in the show. It follows the experiences of Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, that always gets wrong, usually putting Beaker in danger. '80s Robot appears many times providing backup to both Bunsen and Beaker. Quongo and Lenny the Gorilla appear sometimes).
  • The Tubmans of Porksmith
  • The Eagle's Nest
  • Swedish Chef Recipes
  • Great Moments in Elvis History
  • Guest Star music (differs from each episode)
  • Swedish Chef and Angelo in the Kitchen with Cat Cora (Those happen at the same time of The Canteen. Where Gladys tells to The Swedish Chef, Angelo and Cat Cora what meal the gang wants. The attraction shows how to cook the specific kind of food that differs from each episode).
  • Discussion Panels (These are news-like discussions about things not that important, with discussions that differs in each episode. They are entitled like: Why is the Sky Blue? or do Emoticons really show your real feelings? Discussion Panels features: Kermit, Miss Piggy, Sam the Eagle, Brewster the Guru, sometimes Gonzo an other Muppet and also features the Guest Star as an fanon character).
  • Tales From The Vet
  • Pigs in Space (Narrates the adventures of Link Hogthrob, Miss Piggy, Dr Julius Strangepork, Captain Pighead, Snorty, and Craniac, in their never-ending quest through the universe. Other characters are: Aliens, Koozebanians, Frackles, Food, Alien Gonzos, Ubergonzo and Codzilla.)
  • The Johnny Fiama Show
  • Veterinarian's Hospital
  • Bay of Pigswatch
  • Muppet Sports
  • Muppet News Flash
  • The Johnny Fiama Show
  • Bear on Patrol
  • A Muppet game show sketch
  • Fairyland PD (Noir history with Clifford and Bobo the Bear solving crimes in the best of noir. Other characters include: Rizzo the Rat, Mama Fiama, Miss Kitty, and Luncheon Counter Monster.)
  • Sherlock Holmes (Little-time attractions that involves Rowlf, as Sherlock Holmes, and Baskerville as Dr. Watson solving crimes by deduction, with Gorgon Heap always being the criminal, and eating everyone in the end, even Holmes in the very end.)
  • Kid Fozzie
  • Gonzo's Stunts (Gonzo's Stunts is Gonzo trying to improvise a lot of attractions, mostly being exploded by a cannon. Every stunt ends with Gonzo failure, and the watchers to assail him.)
  • Wayne and Wanda (Are attractions that involves Wayne and Wanda playing a song. However, in the end, they never end the song, because in the end, bad things happens, such as Gorgon Heap eating Wayne, or Wanda falling, or even getting hit by Wayne. Sam the Eagle always presents the two, congratulating them.)
  • Rowlf at the Piano (A single song played by Rowlf, sometimes about general knowledge. In some occasions, other dogs or even cats would sing with Rowlf, such as Baskerville and Muppy.)
  • Talk Spots
  • The Electric Mayhem (The Eletric Mayhem have their time. Usually, their musics consist in Rock, Pop, Heavy Metal, and rarely, Classical Music. Characters are Dr. Teeth, Animal, Zoot, Floyd Pepper and Janice...and sometimes Lips.)
  • Blackouts (Blackouts are quickly jokes that appear in intervals between Fozzie Comedy Acts and the Backstage Plot, with the appearence of the Guest Star and Muppet Characters, such as Rowlf, Sweetums, Thig and Thog, Pops, Vicky, Nigel the director and Animal.)
  • Rowlf's Poetry Corner (This little screem time, shows Rowlf triying to conduce an poem, but he can't end it, as many other characters don't let him end it.)
  • Muppet Melodrama (Muppet Melodrama are stories that always features Miss Piggy being captured by Uncle Deadly. It features the two, but sometimes characters as Kermit, a Fire-Breathing Dragon, Pickles, and others appears.)
  • Planet Koozebane
  • Real World Muppets (A Reality Show, some Muppets that doesn't know each other are closed in a house. They have to find a way to deal with the differences of each other. They are: Rizzo the Rat, Zondra/Darci, Clifford, Bill the Bubble Guy and Bobo.)
  • Mr. Callahan (Tells the nights of the non-seen character Mr. Callahan, that attend in a bar owned by Bad Polly and Clueless Morgan. Prominient characters are the own Mr. Callahan, Bad Polly and Clueless Morgan. Some Frackles and characters like Old Tom, Headless Bill and Angel Marie appears sometimes).
  • Thor, God of Thunder (This attraction involves Thor making normal things everyday, such as trying to get some money out of his account)
  • Woodland Sketches
  • Joe the Armadillo's Wide World of Animals
  • Monster Sketches
  • Muppet Sports

There's also situations that don't are related to attractions, in places that only the Watcher can see

  • Backstage (The Plot happens by the most part on the backstage, but can be seen on attractions such as the Talk Spots, in backstage there's a lot of characters who have dialogue and have great things to do with the plot, these include: Kermit, Fozzie, Gonzo, Miss Piggy, Walter, Clifford, Pepe, Seymour, Beauregard, Scooter, George the Janitor, Hilda, Pops, Beaker, Rizzo, Bobo and Camilla)
  • Statler's and Waldorf box (The box appears many times through the show, mostly in Fozzie Comedy Acts, where Statler and Waldorf pranks Fozzie. Lesser characters appear there in some episodes)
  • Auditorium (The attraction happens in the Auditorium, or in some other places that only the watcher can see, there are the chairs, with many of the Muppets cast, such as tertiary characters: Zelda Rose, the Babies, the Blue Frackle, the Green Frackle, Lenny the Lizard, Baskerville, and several characters from Fraggle Rock, Animal Show, The Jim Henson Hour, Muppets Tonight, and other Jim Henson shows)
  • Guest Star's Dressing Room (Here happens dialogues between the guest stars and some Muppet Characters. Hilda are the most prominient, appearing in all of the conversations, Scooter also appears to tell the guest star about its presentation. Pepe also appears in some points.)
  • The Canteen (The canteen plays signifactive row in the show. Appears many times after the attractions, where the cast and crew have meals and conversation. Prominient characters are Gladys, that serves the crew, The Swedish Chef, Angelo and appearing in some episodes, Cat Cora, who also makes meals for the crew. The Early Bird always appears to bother the chefs.)
  • Reception (The Reception serves as a meeting of the guest star and Pops. Although being a recurring place (all episodes) the Reception is little explored, just appearing in the beggining of the episode. The characters from the balcony include: Pops and Bobo the Bear. Seymour always appears entering with the guest star.)
  • Recording Studio (The Recording Studio is the room were groups like Solid Foam, The Electric Mayhem and Lubbock Lou and his Jughuggers reside at most time, planning songs. The Recording Studio appears in many episodes and its characters are: Dr. Teeth, Animal, Floyd Pepper, Zoot, Janice, Lips, and at some cameos, Digit, Flash, Clifford, Beard, and the Solid Foam Drummer (recycled from the Zondra/Darci puppet).)
  • KMUP (The TV station is shown to be taping "The Muppet Show" with director Nigel, Eugene the mink, cameramen Larry and Oliver, the Cue Card Monster, producers Zippity Zap, Chip, Leon, Vicki, Lindbergh, and Digit. KMUP is broadcasting The Muppet Show as well, in collaboration with CDE.)
  • Gorilla Television (Another TV station, located underground KMUP. They always interrupt KMUP from broadcasting, and it's ruled by Chip, Zondra/Darci, and Ubu.)
  • At the Dance (The segment features a Elegant Ballroom with many pairs of Muppets. It features quickly in-pair jokes that last only two minutes or less. Most prominient characters are George, the janitor and Mildred Huxtetter, but many Muppets appear, in jokes or in backgrounds such as: two generic pigs, Flower-Eating Monster and a Whatnot Girl, Wayne and Wanda, two monsters, T.R. and a chicken, and Dr. Teeth with Janice.)
  • Miss Piggy's Dressing Room (Miss Piggy's Dressing Room is seen frequently in the show. There, Miss Piggy have conversations with Foo Foo and Kermit. Scooter always appears to tell Miss Piggy about the act time. Hilda appears talking and dressing Miss Piggy. Some other characters appears there too, such as Pepe, Uncle Deadly and Gonzo).                                

International Broadcasts

Country Title
United States The Muppet Show
Mexico El Show de los Muppets
Brazil O Show Muppet

The Muppet Show

United Kingdom The Muppet Show
Germany Die Muppet Show
Sweden Den Muppet Show
Netherlands De Muppet Show
Spain Los Muppets
Japan マペットショー
Israel Show Habubot
Italy I Muppet
France Le Muppet Show
Australia The Muppet Show

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