Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles - The full Muppetdom. The full Muppetdom. A full Muppetology. Welcome to our Sweet Sixteen of "What's Up, Disney+," where we talk all things Disney+. That's right, it's our 16th episode. We have a stacked episode for you today. "The Muppet Show" is coming to Disney+. And we are also going nuts with the cast and crew of the Disney+ original movie, "Flora & Ulysses." There is so much to look forward to. Let's get started. Waka, waka. It's finally here. Yay. "The Muppet Show" is coming to Disney+ tomorrow and I am so excited to watch this series from start to finish. Oh my gosh. "Muppet Show" was my childhood and I can't wait to relive it all on Disney+. Same here. And they put "The Muppet Show" out on DVD for seasons one through three, but hardcore Muppet fans were like, where's season four? Where's season five? Well, all five seasons will be on Disney+, which is great. To get us all ready, we're going to tell you everything you need to know before rewatching everyone's favorite variety show. But because we're a little competitive over here at "What's Up, Disney+," we are going to do it all in record time. Let's go. "The Muppet Show" is a variety show featuring recurring sketches, musical numbers, and comedy featuring the Muppets and a new guest star every episode. It premiered on September 5, 1979, and ran for five seasons. The series features iconic sketches like Muppet Labs, Pigs In Space, Veterinarian's Hospital, The Swedish Chef, Fozzie Bear's Stand-Up Act, At The Dance, and Muppet News Flash. From it's iconic theme song which evolved every season, to "The Muppet Show" house band, Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, the show features so much great music. Not to mention hits like "Mahna Mahna" in the pilot episode, and everyone's favorite, "It's Not Easy Being Green." Of course, we must talk about the Muppets themselves. We've got Kermit the Frog, who's a singer, dancer, banjo-playing extraordinaire, and host with the most. Miss Piggy, diva, superstar, top-billed performer-- or else. Fozzie Bear, the stand-up comic. The Great Gonzo, the performance artiste and daredevil. And Scooter -- gofer -- go for coffee, go for sandwiches, and the show's stage manager. And we can't forget Rowlf the Dog, piano player. Statler and Waldorf, hecklers. (LAUGHS) Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Muppet Labs scientist. Beaker, Muppet Labs assistant. ME, ME, ME, ME, ME. Sam Eagle, upholder of all things moral and decent. Robin the Frog, Kermit's nephew. The Swedish Chef, canteen cook, culinary performer. Lew Zealand, boomerang fish thrower. Beauregard, janitor. Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, that's the in-house rock band, consisting of Dr. Teeth, Sgt. Floyd Pepper, Janice, Zoot, and Animal. RAWR, RAWR, RAWR, RAWR. "The Muppet Show" was of course, created by Jim Henson, who actually played some of the characters himself. Including Rowlf the Dog, the Swedish Chef, and Kermit the Frog. [CHEERS] Yeah. We did it. That is everything you need to know to get you ready for "The Muppet Show." Make sure you stream "The Muppet Show" on Disney+, on February 19. And now, here's What's New. See the inside and outs of Pixar Animation Studios, with new episodes of "Inside Pixar," an original series now streaming on Disney+. Marvel Studios' "Assembled," a new documentary series of specials, goes behind the scenes of the series and movies of the MCU. The first special, "Assembled: The Making of WandaVision," is streaming March 12 on Disney=. March is going to be a game-changer. Next month, start streaming Marvel Studios' "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier," "The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers," Disney's "Raya and the Last Dragon" with Premier Access, and more on Disney+. Learn more at Disneyplus.com/raya. And finally, for all you Marvel Studios' "WandaVision" fans, get ready to give your Disney+ profile a new look. New Wanda and Vision avatars are now available. And now it's time to meet a squirrelly new hero with the arrival of "Flora & Ulysses," a brand-new Disney+ original movie. Based on the award- winning children's book, the film tells the story of an avid comic book fan named Flora, who saves a squirrel she named Ulysses. But pretty soon, she finds out that Ulysses has unique superpowers. And their antic-filled adventures change Flora's life forever. Let's hear from the cast and crew of "Flora & Ulysses." I'm here with Matilda Lawler, Alyson Hannigan, and Lena Khan, the cast and director of "Flora & Ulysses." Hi, guys. Hi. Hi. Alyson, can you tell us about "Flora & Ulysses"? It's just this incredible story of Flora, and she's a very imaginative, wonderful girl, that saves this squirrel's life. And then discovers that that squirrel is now a super hero. And a lot of entertainment and action and adventure and everything ensues after that. Matilda, tell us about your character, Flora. So my character starts out as a cynic. And she decides that she can't hope, and she has to just observe. And then as the story goes on, she meets Ulysses. And Ulysses kind of brings her family together, and then gives her hope again. Lena, what do you hope the audience takes away from watching the movie? We're dealing with a crazy time right now, and I'm just kind of hoping people, when they come out of it, with all the stuff kind of life throws at you, they can kind of see a different way of seeing the world. OK, Matilda and Alyson, we are going to create a squirrel sonnet together. So we need to come up with a list of words, starting with you, Matilda. I need you to give me a noun. Hm. Paris. Err, flying. Is that a verb? I cannot wait to see how this sonnet turns out. Old. Uh, scuba diving. Lives. Lives. Yo-yoing. Young. Uh, Australia. OK, are you ready to hear our squirrel sonnet? Yes. Yes. Today is going to be amazing! The lingering smell of Paris makes me want to sing. What kind of day would it be if I did not try to fly it is, after all, my routine. In my own old way, I scuba dive, live, and yo-yo into action to give life to the day! For any other squirrel, this would be young, you see. But Australia happens to be my specialty! (LAUGHS) Thank you, again, so so much, Matilda and Alyson, for playing this wonderful game, and for creating this beautiful and powerful sonnet together. (LAUGHS) Eh, questionable. Make sure to stream "Flora & Ulysses," tomorrow on Disney+. We have reached the end, folks. But you can't say we didn't deliver. There were Muppets and a super hero squirrel. I mean, name another YouTube show that can deliver both.