While I'm used to looking at contemporary TV shows to watch, it's worth noting that The Muppet Show just shot over onto Disney+. You might have accidentally overlooked it in the frantic search for the latest episode of WandaVision, but the OG Muppets show that made Jim Henson's creations a household name is on Disney's streaming service fully intact. (Mostly)
Potential heresy: I've never actually seen this show. The Muppet Show was just before my time, I never saw reruns, and my exposure to the Muppets mainly came from the newer movies, the 90s follow-up (sigh) Muppets Tonight, and the old-school Muppet Babies cartoon. I hadn't actually seen the old Muppet Show, which is why I'm surprised to see that the humor... really holds up well.
The Muppets are built on slapstick and clever wordplay and The Muppet Show is full of that. A lot of it is timeless, in the sense that the jokes and the punchlines are so simple that they can work in 2021 just as well as they did in 1980. There are few elements that have really aged, one of them being the actual celebrity guests. Try watching some of these episodes with your kids, because you'll get a lot of "Who's that?" questions. Heck, I was born in 1983 and I didn't even know who some of these people were. It was actually fun to see the pilot start off with Rita Moreno, just because she's still around and kicking ass today in shows like One Day at a Time.
The other thing of note is that (at least in the early episodes), the primitive puppets are borderline distracting. I don't know if you modern Muppet people are ready for the Version 1.0 Miss Piggy puppet or the weird (even for him) design on the old Gonzo puppet. If you can get past those distractions, this show is such an easy watch. They're half-hours that just breeze by.
The Muppet Show is on Disney+ right now! The whole thing! Well... almost. A few episodes are cut. The Wrap has more information on that. Probably best to leave out the episode with the guy convicted of child porn possession. Also, the Don Knotts episode is apparently hacked to pieces due to music rights issues, because even the Mouse isn't immune to the DMCA hellscape we all live in. Give these shows a watch, binge them all in one go or watch a few at a time, and you won't be sorry. It'll make you hungry for more Muppets... which should also give you a sad, because who the hell knows when the Mouse will get around to giving them the same kind of love they give Marvel and Star Wars?