The first look at the upcoming Muppets Mayhem series has been released by Disney+

The first look at the upcoming Muppets Mayhem series has been released by Disney+ ...

Thanks to his stint on The Masked Singer US, Kermit may now be well-known for his vocal prowess, but there's a second musical muppet on the way.

Muppets, should we say.

After their debut way back in 1975, Dr Teeth and the Electric Mayhem have finally been given their very own television series and Disney+ is where you'll find it.

The official Twitter accounts for both the subscription service Disney+ and Electric Mayhem shared a sneak peek at The Muppets Mayhem, a series depicting the group's journey as they compose their first album.

Today was a total groove-tastic day at the beach! The acoustics here are far out, man. #MuppetsMayhem https://twitter.com/aDIxFZLAw1

"We had a great groove-tastic day at the beach today," Dr Teeth and the band said. "The acoustics here are far out, man."

Dr Teeth and the Electric Mayhem has Dr Teeth on vocals, Floyd Pepper on vocals and lead guitar, Zoot on Saxophone, Lips on Trumpet, and of course, Animal on drums.

The Muppets Mayhem's official synopsis is tamed by ComicBook.com: "After 45 years of rockin' out, The Electric Mayhem embarks on an epic musical journey to record their first studio album."

The Muppets (@themuppets) have shared a post.

The old-school Muppet band confronts the current-day music scene with the help of a [human] driven young music executive, Nora.

David Lightbody, the head of Disney Live Entertainment and Muppets Studio, expressed the cast and crew's excitement about reimagining the music of Electric Mayhem.

"We are so excited to bring The Electric Mayhem Band's story to the front and center of this new series," he said in a statement.

"It's wonderful that these characters are finally able to take on the lead rather than supporting roles. Since The Muppet Show, which premiered 45 years ago, people have been entertaining audiences.

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