“The Muppet Show” just dropped on Disney+ on Feb. 19, but some are wondering why it comes with a disclaimer and warning before each episode. 

This five-season show first aired in the 1970s and has 120 episodes that feature everyone’s favorite characters and even some guest stars. This is the first time the entire beloved series will all be in one place at the same time. 

The warning that comes across the screen before the episodes say, “This program includes negative depictions and/or mistreatment of people or cultures. These stereotypes were wrong then and are wrong now. Rather than remove this content, we want to acknowledge its harmful impact, learn from it and spark conversation to create a more inclusive future together.

“Disney is committed to creating stories with inspirational and aspirational themes that reflect the rich diversity of the human experience around the globe,” it continues. 

A few of these episodes that have negative depictions include an episode with country star Johnny Cash singing in front of a Confederate flag and another one that features Joan Baez speaking in an Indian accent and Kenny Rogers dressed in Arab garb.

"To learn more about how stories have impacted society visit: www.Disney.com/StoriesMatter," Disney+ included in the disclaimer. 

A few other Disney+ shows that have disclaimers include "Aristocats," "Dumbo," "Peter Pan" and "Swiss Family Robinson." 

The Muppets Oscars 2012 Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy of The Muppets at the 2012 Oscars. Photo: Reuters