Universal Studios Hollywood is a major destination for Hollywood productions, with the studios having produced more than a dozen Oscar-winning films.
But the company also has several hits on its resume that have found an audience beyond Hollywood.
Kapwing Studio, which is behind the hit Disney Channel series “The Big Bang Theory,” has become a favorite of American fans of the animated show, with several animated shows that are also being broadcast on TV and streaming.
“The Big Bird and the Big Bang theory” is a series of five episodes that was picked up by Disney for $1.3 billion in 2014, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“Frozen” was a smash hit on ABC in 2018, and it was recently released in the United States on Netflix.
The Big Crunch, a series about a Japanese business called The Big Crunch Inc., has also found an ardent following among American audiences.
And now the new Disney Channel show “The Muppets,” starring Kermit the Frog, is going to be broadcast in the U.S. This will be the first time the Muppet franchise will be broadcast on television, according the network.