As Harry Shearer returns to “The Simpsons,” we spotlight a legend involving one of the many characters he plays: Was Mr. Smithers originally black, and married with children?
Homer Simpson goes on a “Trumptastic Voyage” in a new promo for the 27th season of the animated series.
“Simpsons” actor Harry Shearer, the voice behind Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders, Mr. Smithers and numerous other characters, has signed a deal to return to the animated series.
New video shows Homer and Marge promising the media that “The Simpsons” are not breaking up, no matter how widely they report it.
Executive Producer Al jean cautions that “click bait headlines” may not reflect truth about Marge and Homer’s relationship in the upcoming season of “The Simpsons.”
Executive producer Al Jean reveals what’s in store for the Simpson family as they enter their 27th season.
After 25 years, Sideshow Bob will finally get his wish, even if it is only in “The Simpsons” Halloween special. Plus: the return of Spider-Pig!
20th Century Fox Television has released a Comic-Con slate that includes returning shows like “Family Guy” and “American Horror Story” and newcomers like “Damien” and “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll.”
Two animated worlds collide, to tragic if also very funny, results in the opening for Sunday’s season finale of “The Simpsons.”
The veteran voice actor has left the animated series after 26 seasons due to a contract dispute. Producers say his many character will continue to appear.
The opening sequence of “The Simpsons” has become a television classic, but what’s the story behind it?
“The Simpsons” will continue its unprecedented run on Fox, stretching at least to 2017 and hitting 625 episodes.