NBC joins the primetime puppet party too

ABC won't be the only network with a puppet show on the air come 2016; NBC is preparing a pilot that will feature some less famous felt stars. Deadline reports the Gary Janetti created Bumbleberry Lane was given a pilot commitment. The show will be a single camera workplace comedy -- much like The Muppets -- and will "be set behind the scenes of a racially diverse, politically correct children’s puppet program where everyone and everything is incredibly, politically incorrect..." much like The Muppets. But fear not for this show will be more in relation to The Larry Sanders Show and Fox's Greg the Bunny. So expect all the cursing and sex you'd see in a TV-MA show hidden behind the gaze of a TV-G show. However, can primetime handle two puppet shows?