Simpsons and Fox renewed the successful marriage: More Treehouse of Horror to fans!

The marriage between The Simpsons and Fox channel it’s one more time consolidated. The Fox, today owned by Disney, announced the renewal to more than two seasons of the legendary cartoon.

Simpsons and Fox renewed to seaons 33 and 34
“Woo Hoo! With any luck the show will soon be older than I am.” (Homer Simpson)

The announcement for a two-season renewal means that “The Simpsons,” will be with fans through at least 2023 and 757 episodes.
The landmark 700th episode, “Manger Things,” will air on March 21.

‘The Simpsons’ was the first animated series to win a Peabody Award, in 2016. In 2019, it had won an Institutional Peabody Award.
The animated has won 34 Emmy Awards, 34 Annie Awards, 9 Environmental Media Awards, 7 People’s Choice Awards.
And more 13 Writers Guild of America Awards.

Creator and production comments the renovation

The creator Matt Groening, the executive producer James L. Brooks, Charlie Collier, CEO, FOX Entertainment, commented on the renovation.

“It’s a sincere pleasure to announce the Season 33 and 34 pick-ups for The Simpsons”. We keep hoping that, eventually, they’ll get it right.
Profound respect for and congratulations to Matt, Jim, Al and, the many other wonderful partners working really hard to finally elevate The Tracey Ullman Show. As they say, ‘practice makes perfect.’”

Charlie Collier.

“Everyone at The Simpsons is thrilled to be renewed once more, and we are planning lots of big surprises. Homer will lose a hair, Milhouse will get contact lenses, and Bart will celebrate his tenth birthday for the thirty-third time.”

Matt Groening, The Simpsons’ creator.

Six months ago, Fox and Disney came to terms on renewals ‘Family Guy’ and ‘Bob’s Burgers’ to two-season. And now, all three shows fellow Sunday animated favorites are guaranteed through the 2022-23 broadcast season.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap