Fozzie Bear, Kermit the Frog and Piggy. Picture: Supplied

I’ll admit it: I was not entirely sure I was the target audience for the recent Disney Junior media launch featuring the 'Muppet Babies'

But even someone who doesn’t have kids can sit still for 11 minutes and even let out a chuckle or five when the 'Muppet Babies' is on screen.

First broadcast 30 years ago, Disney Junior now presents a reimagining of the series that takes viewers - kids and kidults alike - into what the Muppets were like as babies. 

The new series - which consists of two 11 minute stories in one episode - premieres on Disney Junior on September 3.

You can expect to see Kermit the Frog, Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo and Animal. But there’s more. 

These toddlers are joined by a brand new Muppet, Summer Penguin. Summer is a bright, artistic baby - a welcome addition to personalities that didn’t always leave room for artsy kids in the 80s. 

There are adventures when Miss Nanny is not looking, a whole lot of singing and as is expected with shows aimed at people who are between the ages of two and seven years old (and me), there is always a moral to the story.