Facebook is a social networking service used by over a billion people worldwide. Companies associated with Muppet characters maintain several accounts for their franchises, often using them to distribute original content.
- Sesame Street
Official character accounts are denoted either by Facebook's "Verified" status, or their inclusion on Sesame Street's list of "Liked" pages.
- Sesame Street
- Sesame Workshop
- Sesame Street Live
- Sesame Place
- Plaza Sésamo
- Healthy Habits for Life
- The People in Our Neighborhood
- Big Bird
- Bert and Ernie
- Oscar the Grouch
- Abby Cadabby
- Cookie Monster
- Prairie Dawn
- Telly Monster
- Count von Count
- The Amazing Mumford
- Mr. Snuffleupagus
- Murray Monster
- The Muppets
- The Muppets
- Kermit the Frog
- Miss Piggy
- Fozzie Bear
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- see also: The Muppets' Fan-A-Thon
- The Jim Henson Company
- In March 2014, Constantine
visitedinfiltrated the Facebook offices in promotion of Muppets Most Wantedhis Badfrog website, left a video and photos for proof:
- On March 26, 2014, Constantine, Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Ricky Gervais and Ty Burrell did a live chat on their British and German Facebook accounts to promote Muppets Most Wanted, that was subsequently posted in the same spot, split up into two videos.
- In September 2019, the Muppets began appearing in advertisements for Facebook's Portal device.
- The "Muppetbook" character bios featured in the digital press kit for Sesame Street’s 40th season parody the style and design of Facebook.
- A Sesame Street t-shirt says "Elmo and Oscar are now friends" mimicking Facebook's news feed and a "Like" button.
- In a segment where Cookie Monster writes jokes for Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy asks Cookie Monster to write a joke about Facebook. Cookie Monster then writes a knock knock joke.
- In The Muppets episode "Pig Out", Fozzie says in LA, a yellow light means update your Facebook status.
- In an interview for CNET, Kermit is asked about the usefulness of Twitter and Facebook, to which he replies, "it's so much easier to stay in touch with fans, friends, and especially family. When you have 2,342 brothers and sisters like I do, Facebook and Twitter save a lot of late night phone calls."
- In a 2017 video for Wired, the Muppets of Sesame Street are asked how they get celebrities. Count von Count says they get them from Facebook.
- In 2015, a controversial post on The Muppets Studio's official Facebook page was deleted roughly two days later, due to events that unfolded during the course of the day: On Friday, the 13th of November 2015, the studio posted "Wishing you a very dramatic Friday the 13th from Uncle Deadly. Good luck!" Hours later, a string of brutal terrorist attacks in Paris, France, left over 130 people dead. After the public left comments about the accidental inappropriateness of the post, it was removed from the page without comment.
- "Tweet Like a Monster," Sparksheet.com's Nov 2010 interview with Dan Lewis, Sesame Workshop's new-media director
- Muppet Wiki on Facebook