All five seasons of Jim Henson Muppet show It was unveiled on the Disney+ stage last Friday. Regardless of age, audiences soon found content warnings before the 18 episodes of the series. “The plan includes negative portrayal and/or abuse of people or culture. These stereotypes were wrong then and are wrong now. “We don’t want to delete this content, but to acknowledge its harmful effects, learn from it, and inspire Dialogue to create a more inclusive future together. “
And add a content warning: “Disney is committed to creating stories with inspiring and inspirational themes to reflect the rich diversity of human experience around the world.” The events before the disclaimer include Debbie Harry, Joel Grey, Jim Nabors, Johnny Cash, Alan Arkin, Kenny Rogers, Steve Martin, Peter Sellers, Cleo Laine, James Coco, Spike Milligan, Crystal Gayle, Beverly Sills, Jonathan event hosted by Winters, James Coburn, Joan Bates (Joan Baez), Wally Boag and Marty Feldman.
Although the streaming platform does not specify which “negative descriptions” each episode has marked, but a cursory view Muppet showIn programs that aired between 1976 and 1981, it was discovered that Johnny Cash (Johnny Cash) was performing in front of the Confederate flag, Jonathan Winters (Jonathan Winters) wearing a headdress posing as Native American singing, and A sub-picture of Arab puppets drilling oil in Kenny Roger’s locker room, and other similar stereotypes.
Interestingly Entertainment Weekly The main point, two of the 120 episodes of the show currently have nothing on Disney+: Brooke Shields and Muppet show Writer Chris Langham (Chris Langham). Due to music rights issues, although the clips in each clip have been edited, That one The absence of the Langham plot is attributed to his 2007 conviction for possession of child pornography.