Springfield villain Sideshow Bob is ready to wreak havoc on The Simpsons, and one of the FOX hit’s mainstays is planning to meet an untimely end.
D’oh! Say it ain’t so!
Let’s take a little break from all those amazing Super Bowl commercials, shall we?
While America was obsessing over Tom Brady’s game face and Kanye West’s not impressed face, Australian-based animators Paul Robertson and Ivan Dixon got a little creative and re-imagined The Simpsons in the tiniest blocks possible.
Sorry, Frozen haters. It finally happened. The Simpsons finally did a tribute to Elsa and company — just in time for the holidays.
There’s nothing else like the couch gag that kicks off each episode of The Simpsons.
In a nifty tribute to the show, a fan has compiled the openings of more than 550 episodes because sometimes people have too much free time and well, why shouldn’t we get to enjoy all the couch gag…
Ohio State University’s famous marching band is back and yes — they’re better than ever.
Their latest masterpiece is TV theme songs (hence, the shout out to TV Land at the very end). And oh, what a masterpiece it is.
It’s been on TV since 1990, so of course The Simpsons has had tons of celebrity guest stars over the years. But who are the most celebrated pop culture icons to ever appear on the irreverent animated sitcom? Britney Spears, Lucy Lawless and Playboy founder Hugh Hefner are just a few of the names on the list.
Get ready for another season of Homer and his beloved family.
FOX has announced that The Simpsons will live to see season 26.
It isn’t the first time The Simpsons has handed its now-iconic opening credits to someone else for re-interpretation (most notably Banksy’s), but this is certainly the most elaborate. For “Treehouse of Horror XXIV” (yeah, you’re old) Guillermo del Toro turned the couch gag into a nearly three minute celebration of all things horror. Seriously, there are…
Bart Simpson’s future former flame is coming back to Springfield.
Amy Poehler is set to reprise her role as Jenda in the upcoming season of The Simpsons, executive producer Al Jean has confirmed to Entertainment Weekly.
Bet you didn’t see that one coming, did ya?
As always, once you’ve perused our entire collection below, please…
FOX has changed its Sunday schedule this weekend in the wake of Friday’s school shooting in Connecticut.
New episodes of Family Guy and American Dad that were supposed to air Sunday night will now be replaced by repeats to avoid airing any potentially sensitive content, a network source confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
FOX’s Family Guy is coming to the big screen. Creator and Oscar host Seth MacFarlane made the announcement Wedensday to a classroom of UCLA students, revealing, “it’s just a matter of when.” MacFarlane, who was at the class for the mtvU “Stand In” series of guest professors, also announced The Oscar Experience College Search i…