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Creators and Stars Reveal Their Dream Guest Stars at Tribeca
Harry Shearer also offered an idea for a
Al Jean’s Five Favorite Episodes of
The co-creator chooses standout episodes of the show 25 years later.
Showrunner Responds to Critics of the Show, Again
This time on Twitter, the place where things only get more civil.
Ted Cruz Really Did Not Nail This
Analogy About Gun Control
If only the senator from Texas had thought this one through a little bit more.
‘The Simpsons’ to Air Very First Hour-Long Episode
It’s hard to imagine there’s anything The Simpsons hasn’t done in its 27 seasons on air, but believe it or not, there’s another first coming: […]
the simpsons live
Homer Simpson Will Appear Live on
Real live “D’oh!”
binge on tv not candy
Writers on Halloween Episodes
Plus: How to avoid sitcom trick-or-treat monotony, according to folks from
Parks and Rec.
Al Jean Says ‘The Simpsons’ Is Probably Ending After Season 30
The 27th season of The Simpsons premiered on Fox last night, and according to showrunner Al Jean, there’s a fairly good chance the show won’t […]
the cosmic ballet goes on
Showrunner Al Jean Remembers Leonard Nimoy
He had some of the show’s best cameos.
Al Jean Says There’s a 50/50 Chance of Another ‘Simpsons’ Movie
It’s been seven and a half years since The Simpsons Movie, but it turns out that a recent Simpsons episode was initially developed as a […]
Al Jean Calls the ‘Simpsons’ Season Premiere Character Death ‘Over-Hyped’
The Simpsons aired its 26th season premiere last night, and after nearly a year of anticipation around which character would be killed off, the […]
Showrunners Reflect on New Fans and the ‘Classic Era’ Myth
“We have people whose entry point is episode 300, and then they get tired of it in episode 450.”
‘Simpsons’ Executive Producer Al Jean Teases Season 26 and the Show’s […]
With the hit FXX Simpsons marathon and live Hollywood Bowl event now complete, the next source of Simpsons anticipation will be which character […]
A Chat with the Cast and Crew of ‘The Simpsons’
The Paley Center for Media, which has locations in both New York and LA, dedicates itself to the preservation of television and radio history. […]
Fox Is Reairing Marcia Wallace’s Emmy-Winning ‘Simpsons’ Episode as a […]
Fox and The Simpsons are making some programming changes Sunday to honor the life of Marcia Wallace, a voice actor on the series since Season 1 […]
Will Retire Mrs. Krabappel
After the tragic passing of Marcia Wallace.
‘The Simpsons’ Will Kill Off Another Character This Season; Who Will it Be?
The Simpsons premiered its 25th season on Sunday night, but the show hasn’t completely settled in its ways. In a recent phone conference, […]
Al Jean on ‘Family Guy’-Style Cutaways Being ‘Not as Fresh’ Anymore
Co.Create has a cool interview with long-time Simpsons writer and showrunner Al Jean about the process of writing an episode of the legendary […]
Watch Conan’s ‘Simpsons’ Writers Roundtable Right Now
Conan O’Brien gathered a bunch of glory era Simpsons writers together to talk about their experiences working on the show for his web talk […]
Al Jean Remembers the Time Roger Ebert Guest Starred on ‘The Critic’
Longtime Simpsons writer/producer Al Jean reminisced to Vulture about working with the legendary movie critic Roger Ebert when he guest starred […]
Remembering Roger Ebert’s Cameo on
It didn’t stink.
we get letters
Homer Simpson Sent Vulture an E-mail About Our Sitcom Smackdown
He’s got his eyes on
Judd Apatow’s ‘Simpsons’ Script from 1990 Is Being Made Now
The spec episode of The Simpsons that comedy kingpin Judd Apatow wrote 22 years ago is finally getting made next season, Apatow announced in a […]
Simpsons Executive Producer Talks About Banksy’s Couch Gag
Longtime Simpsons Executive Producer Al Jean on last night’s Banksy couch gag: “We were thrilled. It was funny, I watched Mad Men last night […]
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Ladies and Gentlemen, Your National Treasures
Plus Don Cheadle,