The Electric Mayhem Band is breaking up after Disney+ canceled its final Muppet show.
The streamer canceled the live-action series The chaos of the Muppets, that comes from O Goldbergs creator Adam F. Goldberg, after one season.
The ten-part series launched in May, but Disney+ never released any ratings for the show.
The cancellation marks a blow to plans for a broader Muppetverse; Goldberg has previously expressed interest in diversifying using the classic IP, which includes some of Disney’s best-known characters.
It is the last Disney+ cancellation this year; Other programs that have been eliminated include the Spiderwick Chronicleswhich has since been purchased for Roku, National Treasure, Doogie Kameloha, MD, Willow, Big shot It is Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.
Developed and written by Goldberg and Muppets veterans Bill Barretta and Jeff Yorkes, the series followed The Electric Mayhem Band on an epic musical journey to finally record their debut studio album.
Lilly Singh starred as Nora, a junior A&R executive in charge of managing and organizing the band, and with her help, the former Muppet band came face to face with today’s music scene as they tried to finally go platinum.
Tahj Mowry, Saara Chaudry and Anders Holm also starred alongside Muppet performers including Barretta, Dave Goelz, Eric Jacobson, Peter Linz, David Rudman and Matt Vogel.
The Electric Mayhem Band consisted of Dr. Teeth on vocals and keyboards, voiced by Barretta, Animal on drums, voiced by Jacobson, Floyd Pepper on vocals and bass, voiced by Vogel, Janice on vocals and lead guitar, voiced by Rudman, Zoot on saxophone, voiced by Goelz, and Lips on trumpet, voiced by Linz.
The Disney Branded Television series was produced by ABC Signature and The Muppets Studio. It was part of Goldberg’s overall deal with ABC Signature.
Executive producers include Goldberg, Barretta, Michael Bostick and Kris Eber, as well as The Muppets Studio’s David Lightbody and Leigh Slaughter. Yorkes is co-executive producer.