The Simpsons, the lovely, hideous, yellow-skinned eight-finger nuclear party that occupies my Sunday evenings, paid for another two years for their mortgage on the Evergreen Terrace. In recent seasons, Lisa has been radical, Bart has always been radical, and Homer forgets to search for safety gages of nuclear power plant radicals. The family has grown, and yet we wait for Maggie to speak.
The Simpsons Season 31 and 32 were taken up by Fox in February. By the end of the 32nd season, a total of 713 episodes will have taken place. The Simpsons became the longest-running TV series ever when Gunsmoke’s record was swept away during the 29th season. Gunsmoke always records more television hours, but it was a performance of one hour.
In April 1987, when The Simpsons began, they had a series of animated shorts running between skits during the Tracey Ullman Show. Since it was founded in December 1989, The Simpsons have received 33 Emmy Awards. The 2007 feature film, Simpsons Movie, has been nominated for an Academy Award and became the first animated series to receive the Peabody Award.
Next season will be Season 32. Once Al Jean confirmed on his Twitter, it was revealed that there would be the 31st Treehouse of The Simpsons’ horror show. This season will also include the show’s 700th episode. This will be running between 2020 and 2021. On 6 February 2019, it was announced that the series was renewed alongside Season 31.
The cast of season 32 will include:
- Dan Castellaneta as Homer and Abe Simpson
- Julie Kavner as Marge
- Nancy Cartwright as Bart
- Yeardley Smith as Lisa Simpson
Number Of Episodes:
Season 32 of The Simpsons will have 22 episodes, and it is said that it will broadcast the 700th episode of the show.
What Is The Simpsons About?
Located in the fictional city of Springfield in the heartland of the USA, “The Simpsons” follows the everyday lives, adventures and misadventures of the eponymous family of the series, who are, it says, “creatures of consumption and envy, laziness and chance, stubbornness and redeeming news.”
Just like the rest of us. These episodes that chronicle the lives of the Simpson family serve as a satirical representation of the society, culture and the lives of working-class/middle-class families in America.
Furthermore, the series also contains genuinely amusing yet informative observations on the human condition, adding another dimension to the social commentary of the series.