This week Brian Cronin pays a visit to Springfield to determine whether The Simpsons creator Matt Groening originally intended for Krusty the Clown to be Homer Simpson in a wig and makeup.
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The Simpsons pays loving homage to AMC’s Breaking Bad, and even has a hilarious reveal at the end tying both shows together.
The Simpsons creator Matt Groening makes it clear there are no current plans for a sequel to the 2007 hit The Simpsons Movie.
While many Oscar viewers will focus Sunday night on the best-picture race between Argo and Lincoln, Spinoff’s Anna Pinkert will be keeping an eye on the best animated short category.
Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein talk about joining Patton Oswalt and The Decemberists to bring a little bit of Portlandia to Springfield in Sunday’s episode of The Simpsons.
Longtime Simpsons writer Al Jean discusses Sunday’s season premiere, what to expect from “Treehouse of Horror XXIII,” guest stars and what will happen to the promo ad in which Homer casts his vote for president.
Creator Matt Groening, star Yeardley Smith and the producers of The Simpsons previewed the new “Treehouse of Horror” episode for a Comic-Con International audience, answered questions, and were surprised by a special guest.
With the news that Russell Brand is following Jonah Hill’s lead and creating and voicing a new animated series for Fox, I’ve started to wonder: Are we close to animation becoming mainstream television entertainment for the second time?
Author Neil Gaiman talks about lending his voice to this week’s episode of The Simpsons, his thoughts on Twilight and teen literature, and his own career.
Fox has released a poster for the 22nd installment of “Treehouse of Horror,” the annual Halloween episode of The Simpsons, which airs Oct. 30.
Ending a salary standoff with the show’s stars, Fox announced late this afternoon that it has renewed The Simpsons for two more seasons, bringing the animated sitcom to 559 episodes.
The actor, who voices such characters as Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders and Principal Skinner, said he’d agree to a 70-percent pay cut if Fox would would allow him to share in the show’s profits.