Okay, so here's something I've thought about. When Muppet Babies was broadcast on television in the United States, it was given the rating TV-Y, so parents would know that it was intended for young children. It definitely is child-appropriate, with starting the trend of young versions of famous characters and all. However, given that it's been around for a long time, and that several other Muppet productions are rated TV-G, should Muppet Babies ever be rated TV-G as well? I think it should, even if it ever saw a return to American television in the future. It's been around long enough that I think people of all ages would enjoy it and not just kids. TV-G means it's intended for general audiences, so I think the show could fit, as the entire Muppet franchise was intended for both children and adults.