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When it was announced last week that The Simpsons would be extending its run through Season 28, at the very least, fans cheered. But then it came out that star Harry Shearer was holding out due to contract negotiations, and it seems like it's gotten worse.
Fox has already made some early renewal orders, and this week the network announced that its longest running comedy, The Simpsons, will be back next season. But that’s not all.
Everything is most certainly not coming up Milhouse this week. In one of the more depressing Simpsons announcements that had nothing to do with someone’s death, Fox will no longer be bringing seasons of the long-lasting animated comedy to DVD in the future. I feel like jumping into a gorge now.
TV comedies have been full of amazing couples over the years that we’d love to have spent more time with, but then there are those that we can only assume are absolute horrors to live with. Here are ten couples that each personify in different ways all of the things that we would abhor in a dual-roommate system.
Pop culture was moved in a big way following the death of Sam Simon, a television veteran and renowned philanthropist who was most famous for co-developing The Simpsons alongside James L. Brooks and Matt Groening. Here are ten of the most touching reactions.
Homer Simpson has been called a lot of things over The Simpsons’ 26 years on the air, and most of them have been negative. Somehow, showers of “physics super genius” praise haven’t often fallen on the character. But there was that one time when he was just that.
Of all the ways that the Internet has made life more amazing, bizarre fan theories-gone-viral continue to add extraneous intrigue to our favorite slices of pop culture. And this Simpsons theory sounded truly ridiculous, but was it?
If someone would have asked me in which country were people most fervent about The Simpsons, I probably would have said the U.S. or England. But apparently Bolivia is the real center of Simpsons mania, as there was recently a massive series-related protest in the nation
For nearly its entire run, The Simpsons has been notable for its myriad guest stars, but the past year as seen the long-running comedy making its own guest spots in other shows. The latest includes creator Matt Groening heading up to the wild and preservative-free world of Portlandia. Get your first look here.
Hey fans of The Simpsons, it's time to start getting “Happy.” Why? Because it was just recently announced producer, musician, singer-songwriter, rapper, fashion designer Pharrell Williams will be making an appearance on your favorite animated series.
The question remains as to whether or not the proposed sequel for The Simpsons Movie will ever exist, or how enjoyable it would be, but showrunner Al Jean revealed that a recent episode was actually in the running to become the plot for a follow-up film.
While last week’s episode “The Man Who Came To Be Dinner” might have made you think that Al Jean and the rest of The Simpsons’ team had left the series on Self-Perpetuating Autopilot, tonight’s episode proved that people are still there and paying attention with this winning tribute.
Long before Judd Apatow was the comedic genius we know him as today, he was a young comedian trying to break into the TV writing industry by writing spec scripts for shows like The Simpsons.
While there are many, many things that we hope are in Santa’s metaphorical bag of goodies this holiday season, getting Futurama back on the air would be the best good news ever, everyone. And according to the show’s stars, there’s still a chance that the hilarity may continue one day.
The year of the crossover will continue into 2015, as the Mythbusters season premiere will feature hosts Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage taking on The Simpsons. Woo-hoo!