... is actually pretty good. I've watched it since it started ... 5 or so weeks ago and it has improved each week. I think with the first 2 episodes, they were kinda trying to appeal to the long-time fans with some more old-school Muppet humor with chunks of more... character-developing story ideas & * shudders at the following adjective * " edgy " humor. Some falls flat...but not in a bad way or anything. ABC recently ordered a full season which is cool because I'm pretty confident that the longer this show runs, the better it will get.
Since it's a more of a sitcom sort of show ( actually, it's done like " The Office " ), a lot of characters that never really got much limelight in other Muppet productions are getting their time in the ... limelight.
Pepe the Prawn & Rizzo the Rat go well together. Scooter is a stand-out too. Whoever is performing him now makes him feel like Scooter but he also feels like he's finally been unleashed. He's got more personality & history now... and I've always kinda liked him cuz he slightly resembles Gobo Fraggle.
And the range Kermit's facial expressions has.. tripled I think. I found myself many times, just giggling at his expressions. Fozzie still looks incredibly hug-able.
Oh yeah, and since the premise of this show is all of the cast working on Piggy's new late-night talk show, they have a good reason for guest stars. So far, all of the guest stars have worked well. Christina Applegate, Reese Witherspoon and Kristin Chenoweth in particular were naturals interacting with the Muppets.
So, yeah. Thumbs up!