The reason we never had an article for Muppets Live Another Day was that we never had a credible source. The only report I ever found for it at the time originated from some site called Splash Report (and who the heck are they?).
But now both The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline — even amidst the official announcement of Muppets Now — are still claiming that Muppets Live Another Day continues development. Deadline even says it "went to pilot" (does that mean a pilot script was completed and turned in to the studio? That phrasing usually means they *filmed* a pilot).
The sources seem to confirm Josh Gad's involvement and include ABC's Once Upon a Time showrunners Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis as working on the project. They also repeat the bit about it being a direct sequel to The Muppets Take Manhattan.
So my question is this: now that we have two credible sources, and it seems there's a pilot, should we have an article for Muppets Live Another Day or should we cover this in the development history section of Muppets Now?