In May, showrunner Bill Prady told Vulture.com: 'What we really want to do is tell people stories.
We want to talk about what it's like to be at work with somebody where the situation is a little rough.
New show: Also on Tuesday, Kermit and Piggy were spotted in their first public appearance together since the split as they were joined by The Muppets showrunner Bob Kushell at the Beverly Hills Hilton In addition to Tuesday's statement via Twitter, the now strictly-business partners appeared together for a panel at The Beverly Hills Hilton during the Television Critics Association's summer press tour.
Despite maintaining their composure in the public statement, the true emotions of the stars surfaced while onstage, with Kermit admitting, 'It can be tough to work with your ex …
"Spent Friday with the most beautiful girl in the world," he captioned it. #The Muppets #misspiggy."" data-reactid="40"While Kermit is moving on with Denise, Miss Piggy has found a new flirtation of her own.
The TV star has been getting cozy with fellow A-lister Liam Hemsworth.
We want to tell relationship stories.' Decades later: For almost 50 years Kermit and Piggy have been romantically involved only to call it quits on Tuesday.
That show-within-a-show is the glitzy Up Late With Miss Piggy, a late-night talk show with the Electric Mayhem house band, featuring the incomparable Animal on drums.
Kermit is dating a pig called Denise, who works in the marketing department at ABC, while Piggy plants a lingering kiss on Topher Grace's lips - in front of her ex.
When asked why they decided to split after decades together, Piggy noted that it was “the usual laundry list: put the lid down, closing the refrigerator door…
"Debbie Reynolds (in 'Singin' in the Rain') reminds me of Piggy when I first met her," he said. Reynolds."Before long, Miss Piggy and Kermit were dressed in their best wedding wear and ready to walk down the aisle on "The Muppet Show." Piggy tricked her Kermie into it by presenting their wedding as nothing more than a sketch for the variety program while secretly hiring a real minister to officiate.
Kermit managed to evade saying the magic words -- "I do" -- and earned payback from the pig.