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Posthumous works of notable Henson employees and collaborators.
- Performed in Billy Bunny's Animal Songs, produced in 1990 and released three years later.
- Juhl was interviewed for bonus features on the Fraggle Rock: Complete Second Season DVD set, released in 2006.
- Juhl was interviewed for A Company of Players, a bonus feature on The Muppet Show: Season Three DVD set, released in 2008.
- Tale of Sand, written by Juhl and Jim Henson in the 1960s, was made into a graphic novel in 2012. The script was later released as a companion piece in 2014.
- The Magical Monsters of Turkey Hollow, written by Juhl in the 1960s, was made into a graphic novel in 2014 and was revived as a television special by the Jim Henson Company.
- An unproduced screenplay written by Minghella for The Storyteller entitled "The Witch Baby" was made into a graphic novel in 2011.
- An unproduced screenplay written by Minghella for The Storyteller entitled "Vasilissa the Beautiful" was made into a graphic novel in 2014.
- Completed his last song, "You and You and Me", on the day he died. That, and likely other songs, would have first aired after he died.
- Wrote the Elmo's World episode Music, which aired in the 1998-1999 season.
- Nelson performed in Sesame Street material that first aired in seasons 43 and 44 (including "Five By" and the season 44 premiere).
- Audio of Nelson as The Muppet Show announcer was featured in the 2014 film Muppets Most Wanted.
- Nelson was interviewed for the documentary I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story released in 2014.
- Minor archival audio of Nelson as the Count and Mr. Johnson was used in "Elmo's Christmas Dream" and a season 45 episode respectively.
- Episode 4411 stitches together archival audio of Nelson as the Count to form new dialogue.
- Raposo wrote songs for Sesame Street: 20 and Still Counting, which was first broadcast two months after his death.
- Raposo wrote songs for The Musical Monsters of Turkey Hollow, which was adapted into a graphic novel in 2014 and was revived as a television special by the Jim Henson Company.