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'The Simpsons' Renewed for Season 33 and 34 at Fox


 

 

"The Simpsons" has been reestablished for a Season 33 and 34 at Fox.

 

At the finish of Season 34, scheduled for 2023, the notorious vivified sitcom will have delivered 757 scenes absolute. The milestone 700th scene, "Trough Things," will air on March 21.

 

"The Simpsons" is the longest-running early evening scripted show in TV history, having outperformed "Gunsmoke" during its 29th season. The show was regarded with a Star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2000.

 

"Everybody at 'The Simpsons' is excited to be reestablished again, and we are arranging heaps of huge shocks. Homer will lose a hair, Milhouse will get contact focal points, and Bart will commend his 10th birthday celebration for the thirty-third time," Matt Groening, maker of the animation top dog included an articulation.

 

Presently broadcasting its 32nd season, the show has won 34 Emmy Awards, 34 Annie Awards, 9 Environmental Media Awards, 7 People's Choice Awards, 13 Writers Guild of America Awards, and was the originally vivified arrangement to win a Peabody Award (in 2016). By 2019, it had won an Institutional Peabody Award.

 

Furthermore, "The Simpsons" was named for an Academy Award in 2012 for the dramatic short "The Longest Daycare," which at present lives on Disney Plus. The full length "Simpsons Movie" debuted in 2007, earning more than $527 million at the worldwide film industry.

 

"Unique, splendid, absurdly amusing, prophetic… there aren't sufficient positive descriptors to portray this virtuoso satire which keeps on engaging watchers, all things considered," remarked Dana Walden, executive of diversion at Walt Disney Television, in an explanation.

 

"The Simpsons" is a Gracie Films Production in relationship with twentieth Century Fox Television. Groening, James L. Creeks and Al Jean leader produce. The Gracie Films Worldwide Brand Division creates and delivers the authorized substance for the arrangement.

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