It's A Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie

It's Christmas time and the Muppets have just two days to put on a super spectacular Christmas show and save the Muppet Theater from bank foreclosure. When things go from bad to worse for Kermit, it looks like they may lose the theater forever to a greedy business mogul. Kermit blames himself and believes his friends would be better off had he never been born, until he learns that what is most important in life isn't a building but the friendships it houses. This funny, heartwarming holiday movie for NBC features the Muppets trademark brand of anarchy, plus parodies of everything from classic holiday movies to something that can only be described as "Moulin Scrooge".

A Very Merry Muppet Christmas

In February of 2004, The Jim Henson Company transferred the rights and ownership of "The Muppets," and "Bear in the Big Blue House" characters to The Walt Disney Company. You can visit the official Muppets website at