This September is The Muppet Show's 40th Anniversary, seeing as that is just three months away the likelihood that anything is being planed for this occasion is very doubtful unfortunately. When Disney acquired The Muppet's back in the early 2000's they had full blown Muppet Mania, but in the last few years that seems to have died down quite a bit, Muppet's Most Wanted did well at the box office which lead to the Muppet's return to T.V. just last September, since 1996's underrated Muppet's Tonight. But now that the Muppet's latest T.V. series has been cancelled. I feel that Disney wouldn't want do anything further with The Muppet's right now. It's been 8 years since Season 3 came out though, I know The Muppet Show has extensive musical numbers that have to be cleared and sometime's that's not easy and they have to be cut. However by now this classic series should of been finished with DVD's and now getting last minute touches for a Blu-ray debut for it's 40th Anniversary. Why did Disney just give up with The Muppet's? If Disney is done with them, The Jim Henson Company should retain the rights back and go to another studio/company to distribute the rest of The Muppet's library.