The Simpsons Will Live On Following Renewal From Fox For Two More Seasons

The Simpsons is a show that will keep on going and going, and thanks to Fox, it will be getting two more seasons. Yes, longtime fans will be getting at least a few more years watching their favorite cartoon family. By the time Season 34 airs in 2023, approximately 757 episodes will have been broadcast.

For those who don’t already know, this iconic show is currently the longest-running one on primetime. It even earned itself a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame back in 2000. During that time, the series was in its 29th season. Simpsons fans will want to tune in on March 21 when the 700th episode titled Manger Things is set to debut.

The Simpsons very own creator Matt Groening was also thrilled with the news of two more seasons. He shared in a brief statement outlining what fans can expect to see in the future. “Homer will lose a hair, Milhouse will get contact lenses, and Bart will celebrate his tenth birthday for the thirty-third time.”

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The series has become an iconic one in television history, having won a slew of awards, including 34 Emmys, 344 Annie Awards, 9 Environmental Media Awards, 7 People’s Choice Awards, and 13 Writers Guild of America Awards.

It also made further made history by becoming the very first animated series to win a Peabody Award in 2016. Following that, in 2019 it also earned an Institutional Peabody as well. This is no doubt a huge accomplishment for a cartoon family.

It isn’t just the television series that fans love, they also want to see a sequel to the game Simpsons: Hit and Run. Perhaps now that the main show has been renewed, we could see that actually happen or even new games. The franchise actually had multiple titles over the years including, The Simpsons Wrestling, Skateboarding, Road Rage, The Simpsons Game (an action-adventure platformer), Tapped Out, and The Simpsons Arcade Game.

Now that its future is set (at least for the next two years) all fans can do is wait and see where it goes now and what other things it accurately predicts. Whether you love watching them on tv or now on Disney+, rest assured that Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.

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Source: Variety

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