The Simpsons has broadcast more than 600 episodes since its debut in 1989 and during that time is has made some eerily accurate predictions about events that would eventually happen. Here are 12 times that The Simpsons were right about the future. Donald Trump’s political career Love him or hate
In an interview with Variety magazine, executive producer of ‘The Simpson’ Al Jean says that in the 27th season premiere of the show Homer and Marge will be separating. WHAT?! Say it isn’t so! “It’s discovered after all the years Homer has narcolepsy and it’s an incredible strain on the
Harry Shearer, the long time voice behind Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders, Principal Skinner, and many others over the Simpsons 26 seasons run, will no longer be apart of the show. According to Shearer‘s Twitter account, the reason for the split was of conflict between himself and the showrunners. From Shearer‘s
Calling all Simpsons fans, we’ve got your chance to win an swesome prize pack. This year marks the 25th anniversary of The Simpsons and to celebrate, FXX is running a mega marathon—24 hours a day from Aug. 21st through Sep. 1st. In anticipation, we’re giving away three book sets which
We’ve got your chance to win a Blu-ray copy of season 16 of The Simpsons. Keep reading to check out a cool Professor Fink fact sheet and to learn how to enter. Hold onto your donuts! Season 16 of the The Simpsons — the longest-running scripted show in television history
You’ve heard the old saying before, and it’s likely because it’s true: it’s the little things that count. Often times we tend to overlook the subtle characteristics and qualities that make a thing truly great, a cut above the rest. And for those televised rare gems out there, it’s these
The highlight of nearly every season of The Simpsons is the fantastic Halloween themed episode, “Treehouse of Horror”. This year was no exception, but the true highlight of the half-hour was the 3-minute long opening credit sequence by beloved genre director Guillermo del Toro. While he was originally approached to just include references to
An “Easter egg” in a film or television program is an intentional reference, message or inside joke put there by the work’s creators. Since the late 1970s, studios, directors and producers have been stuffing Easter eggs into everyone’s favorite TV programs and films.
Here is a cool Simpsonized Game of Thrones art by Adrien Noterdaem. If you love The Simpsons and Game of Thrones, then you owe it to yourself to check this art out. The Game of Thrones Simpson Mashup art is from Adrien’s Tumblr called Simpsonized, where he posts new Simpsons character art daily.
WIN A COPY OF THE COMPLETE FIFTEENTH SEASON OF AMERICA’S FAVORITE ANIMATED FAMILY Enjoy hours of laughter as TV’s longest-running scripted show when The Simpsons S.15 comes to Blu-ray and DVD on December 4th! The season 15 discs are jam packed with special features including a special introduction from series creator
The Simpsons are known for making fun of anything and everything. The show recently decided to put their own spin on the opening sequence from the hit HBO show, Game of Thrones. They turn Springfield in to the world of Westeros in this short sixty second opening. This originally aired
As well as working on Bridesmaids and the final season of The Office, director Paul Feig has been filming a series of short adverts for Ford along with an all-star team of comedy writers. The adverts make up the story of a courageous yet publicity shy orange puppet named Doug