Watch out, Donald Trump! ‘The Simpsons’ are coming for POTUS, his daughter and his staff in this super funny short about his milestone first hundred days as the President. You HAVE to see this!
‘The Simpsons’ have a tendency to be right about a lot of things, but sometimes, they’re right about things we wish they weren’t. In 2000, the TV show predicted a disastrous Trump presidency… and here we are.
Whoa! Or should we say, ‘Doh!’ Fans are freaking out on Nov. 9 after Donald Trump clinched the presidency, a shocking turn of events that was magically predicted in an episode of ‘The Simpsons’ over 16 years ago! See the clip for yourself, right here.
It’s taken 27 years of innuendos, but Waylon Smithers is coming out of the closet! The beloved character from ‘The Simpsons’ will reveal that he’s gay on the April 3 episode — click through to watch a sneak peek!
The Simpsons is doing something that fans never believed the show would actually do: actually reveal that Smithers is gay. It’s been heavily implied in the 27 years since the show’s conception that Mr. Burns’ assistant at the nuclear power plant was gay, but it was never outright said. But that’s all changing on the April 3 episode! Click through to watch a sneak peek!
Homer and Marge are separating, but it looks like Lena Dunham is trying to break them up for good! Lena’s character flirts up a storm with a married Homer, and they end up in bed together! Click to WATCH a preview of the premiere! Plus, the shocking photo!
Homer and Marge have decided to take a break, but is Homer already moving on? Lena Dunham, 29, guest stars as Candace on the season 27 premiere of The Simpsons as Homer’s new love interest. In a sneak peek, Homer and Candace hang out, but it doesn’t stop there. They end up in bed together! Dun, dun, dun!
Following all those nasty breakup rumors, ‘The Simpsons’ stars, Homer & Marge, want you all to know that they are fine. Seriously, they’re fine. Watch their public address right now to see for yourself!
On June 10, the world was devastated to learn that America’s golden couple, The Simpsons‘ Homer and Marge, would be facing a legal separation in the upcoming 27th season of their long running series. Obviously, the tabloids have run wild with the scandal, but now, the two have issued a statement, letting the world know that rumors of their separation are absolutely false. The address is, well, awkward, to say the least. Watch it now!
Oh no! After nearly three decades together, are Homer and Marge Simpson calling it quits on ‘The Simpsons?’ We’ve got the divorce deets!
Since it premiered in 1989, Homer and Marge Simpson have been relationship goals (before that was even an expression)! However, in heartbreaking news, on The Simpsons upcoming 27th season, the two will hit a rough patch– and it might even mean the end of their marriage!
Ay caramba indeed. After years of plotting his attack on Bart Simpson, ‘The Simpsons’ villain Sideshow Bob may finally know the taste of sweet, sweet vengeance.
For all of us fans of The Simpsons, we’ve watched the ongoing feud between Bart Simpson and Sideshow Bob (voiced by Kelsey Grammer) rage on for more than two decades. Each time the criminal mastermind attempts to take care of his skateboarding nemesis, though, Bart has managed to escape pretty much unscathed. However, according to producer Al Jean, Bart’s luck will finally run out during an episode this fall. We’ve got all the deets on his untimely demise!
Say it ain’t so! After nearly three decades voicing some of the most prominent characters on ‘The Simpsons,’ Harry Shearer has confirmed that he will not return to the show for its 27th season.
While the news that The Simpsons has been renewed for both 27th and 28th seasons has fans giddy, it’s not all great: Harry Shearer, who has been aboard the animated classic since the beginning and voices several key characters including Mr. Burns and Ned Flanders, has announced that he will no longer be part of the series when it returns for new episodes. We know, devastating. So is the plan to kill off all of his characters? We’ve got the answers!
So very sad. Sam Simon, best known for helping to create the iconic series, ‘The Simpsons,’ passed away on Mar. 8.
Talk about an incredible legacy. Sam Simon, who co-created The Simpsons as well as wrote for episodes of Taxi and Cheers, died on Mar. 8 due to colon cancer. He was 59 years old.
‘The Simpsons’ paid tribute to the Charlie Hebdo victims and France as a whole with a true sign of solidarity on Jan. 12. At the end of the cartoon’s episode on Sunday night, Maggie appeared in front of a red, white and blue sky as she waved a flag that read ‘Je Suis Charlie’. Click to read more about this touching tribute.
The Simpsons probably struck a chord with anyone who watched the end of the Jan. 12 episode. As the episode came to a close, Maggie waved a flag with the slogan that has gone viral around the world : ‘Je Suis Charlie’. In the wake of the Jan. 7 terrorist attack on the satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, The Simpsons‘s tribute resonated with viewers around the world.
This is one way to turn tragedy into triumph. Once his terminal cancer takes his life, Sam Simon, the co-creator of ‘The Simpsons,’ will donate his millions to help animals, feed families in need, and so much more.
Sam Simon, 59, has lived over two years longer than he was expected to when doctors found terminal cancer inside his colon. Now, he wants to bring a more fortunate future to helpless animals, suffering families, and people in need of service dogs by donating his entire fortune to multiple organizations once he dies.
Are you ready for Simpsorama? ‘The Simpsons’ and ‘Futurama’ are gearing up for a grand crossover event that’s sure to bring the laughs. Click to WATCH the hilarious couch gag from the episode!
We’ve barely recovered from The Simpsons/Family Guy crossover and now we’re being treated to The Simpsons/Futurama crossover! Futurama’s now-revived Bender must go back in time to stop Bart before he does something really stupid. Check out Homer and Bender getting cozy in this Simpsorama clip!
‘The Simpsons’ shocked everyone by killing off a regular character in the season 26 premiere. Fans coped with the loss of the Springfield character by taking to Twitter and sounding off on the demise.
The Simpsons started off their 26th season with a bang. After much hype, the show actually killed off a character. [SPOILER] passed away in the Sept. 28 season opener, and fans are in mourning over the character, who had been on the show since 1991.
We’ve known for a while that one of Springfield’s very own would die on the Season 26 premiere of ‘The Simpsons‘, and doom day is finally here. So who was killed off? Click to find out!
The Simpsons jumped into its 26th season on Sunday, Sept 28, and wasted no time killing off a character! So was it really Krusty the Clown? Keep reading to find out, but warning: MAJOR SPOILER ALERT!