Also in the coming years fans of the Simpsons can look forward to new episodes. Fox Entertainment has ordered two more seasons with the yellow family from Springfield. These are seasons 33 and 34.

This means that further series replenishment is now provided until 2023. The Simpsons are currently in their 32nd season, which can also be seen on ProSieben. With this extension, the show will also break the 750 episode milestone. Creator Matt Groening is also happy about the other seasons. The statement says:

"Everyone here at the Simpsons is thrilled to see it go again. And we have some surprises planned. Homer is going to lose a hair. Milhouse is getting contact lenses and Bart is going to be 33 for his tenth birthday."

The Simpsons have been on TV since 1989. In Germany, the yellow family was first broadcast in 1991. Since the takeover of Fox by Disney some time ago, the Simpsons have now also been part of the mouse company's portfolio. The new seasons will then probably also be broadcast for the first time on ProSieben.

Last year Fox also announced an extension of the current flagship Family Guy. The Peter Griffin show will continue with seasons 19 and 20 in the future. And Bob's Burgers was also expanded by two more seasons at the same time. Seasons 12 and 13 are now planned.

Source: Deadline

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