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Kermit Talks to Kids in Disney Junior’s ‘Muppet Moments’

Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy and Fozzie Bear star in Disney Junior’s “Muppet Moments,” a series of shorts on Disney Channel.

The show, intended for kids age 2 to 7, is a series of conversations between the Muppets and young kids about topics like “apologies,” “favorite foods” and “manners.”

“Muppet Moments” will also feature appearances from Muppet favorites like the Great Gonzo, Animal, Beaker, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Rowlf, Bobo, the Newsman, Rizzo, Sam Eagle and Pepe the King Prawn.

The series is produced by Alex Rockwell and directed by Bill Barretta. It is a production of the Muppets Studio in association with Disney Junior.

The first four shorts will premiere April 3 on Disney Channel. A new short will then air daily through May 8. New shorts will continue to roll out throughout 2015 and will also be available online at watchdisneyjunior.go.com.

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