All season long 'The Simpsons' fans have dreaded the upcoming character death to hit one of the Emmy-winning cast's familiar voices, but it seems we have some time yet until the axe falls. A new interview with executive producers Al Jean and Matt Selman reveals that we won't know which character falls victim to the so-called "Yellow Wedding" until the season 26 premiere this fall, but have the suspects narrowed at all?
Last week we caught our first brief look at 'The Simpsons' in motion toward the world of LEGO, as Homer finds himself and the rest of Springfield "Brick Like Me" for the landmark 550th episode. Now, we have an even more head-turning look at the LEGO 'Simpsons' in a full poster spread on the family, as Homer falls to pieces in his new condition.
We'd already seen a first look at 'The Simpsons' going the LEGO route with photos of Homer and the rest of Springfield done up in brick for May 4 installment "Brick Like Me," but like 'The LEGO Movie' before it, these things work best in motion. Catch the first look at Homer building his LEGO life with FOX's first promo for the 550th episode, "Brick Like Me!"
'The Simpsons' LEGO sets were only the first step in an ambitious cross-promotional campaign for new merchandising around the long-running FOX family, as May 4 will see Homer and the gang trading up to yellow block in the LEGO-animated episode "Brick Like Me." The actual episode itself remains something of a mystery, but what can we learn from the first LEGO photo of the new high-concept 'Simpsons' episode?
'The Simpsons' have been venturing further and further into one-off tribute the last few years, and with 'Mad Men' due to return for its final season this coming weekend, what better time to send a little love to Sterling-Cooper? Watch 'The Simpsons' take on 'Mad Men's infamously cryptic promos, using animated footage from prior episodes!
A few months ago we heard the monumental news that FXX had paid an astonishing $750 million for syndication and streaming rights to the entire library of 'The Simpsons,' not only an unprecedented deal in the history of TV rights, but also for making America's favorite animated family more accessible than ever before. Now, the network has announced its intent to kick things off with an impressive 12-day marathon of all 522 episodes this coming August.
Last week saw Dave Letterman shaking up the late-night landscape with the announcement of his imminent retirement, which as since led to all manner of speculation on a replacement, but the impact has already gone further down the pop culture rabbit hole. Watch 'The Simpsons' pay tribute to the retiring 'Late Show' leader with last night's couch gag from "Luca$"!
We've seen 'The Simpsons' pay tribute to late voice actress Marcia Wallace on multiple occasions, but its latest is the most heartfelt and lovingly crafted yet. Last night's installment, "The Man Who Grew Too Much," officially put Ms. Krabappel to rest with a closing tag that saw Ned Flanders missing his second wife and her iconic laugh.
When last we checked in on 'The Simpsons' famous couch gags, the long-running animated series paid tribute to the animated works of Hayao Miyazaki, before that turning in gags from the likes of Guillermo del Toro, and Peter Jackson. Next up, watch America's favorite cartoon family animated in the style of French 'Triplets of Belleville' creator Sylvain Chomet!
The recent buzz of toy news brought confirmation that 'The Simpsons' would be going LEGO for an upcoming installment, though few details of the topical concept episode were known. Now, we've learned exactly when "Brick Like Me" will premiere, along with the bizarre twist that leads to Homer finding both himself and the rest of Springfield made entirely of LEGO!