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Jerry Nelson, Dave Goelz, Richard Hunt and Frank Oz chat with Morley Safer.

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"60,000,000 Minutes"

60 Minutes is a news program that has run on CBS since September 24, 1968.

Appearances

The report was rebroadcast in 1990 shortly after Jim Henson's death with a new introduction by Safer, in which he cited that The Muppet Show was "the most popular broadcast in the history of television."

Muppet Minute

In 1983, there were plans for a recurring segment called the "Muppet Minute", which would be 3D animated political cartoons featuring the Muppets. These didn't make it to the show due to the producers being unable to find a place in the show for them.[1]

References

60 Seconds
  • In a Sesame Street sketch, after watching "Six Feet Under," the Count flips through channels to find a new program to watch. He settles on 60 Minutes, as the show's famous ticking clock is heard playing.
  • TV network CDE, in The Muppets, airs a program called 30 Minutes. Starting Sunday nights at 7, it continues until 8.

Sources

  1. Jim Henson's Red Book entry

See also

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