Muppets Live Another Day from Josh Gad and Once Upon a Time creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis is not going forward. Deadline's Nellie Andreeva reports that "the ABC Signature-produced comedy, which had been in the works at Disney’s upcoming streaming platform for awhile, had a pilot order. It will not go forward over discrepancy between the writing team’s creative vision and that of the top brass at Disney-owned Muppet Studio. Muppets Live Another Day was to pick up right where 1984’s The Muppets Take Manhattan left off and focus on Kermit as he must bring the Muppets back together (after being disbanded) to help locate the missing Rowlf." In addition to Muppets Live Another Day, Disney+ has been developing a reimagining of the classic The Muppet Show called Muppets Now, which was recently announced at Disney's D23. ABC previously tried and failed with a Muppets reboot series in 2015 that went behind the scenes of a fictional late-night talk show.