It was recently reported NBC had decided not to air the satirical show due to "nervousness" around its content.
It looks like Keir Starmer and other politicians should be just as scared as Boris Johnson and co.
The satirical puppet show is returning to TV after 14 years in the autumn.
The show is no longer available to stream on the BBC iPlayer, BritBox or Netflix.
Boris Johnson, Greta Thunberg and Prince Harry are among those who will get the puppet treatment.
The BBC and ITV's new platform is billed as a "truly British" rival to Netflix and Amazon Prime.
It is being launched as a UK rival to the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime.
The new streaming platform, a collaboration between the BBC and ITV, was announced last week.
The BBC and ITV have announced plans to launch their own streaming service, Britbox. Britbox will launch later this year with a collection of boxsets and originals, expected to rival the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime.