A few months ago we heard the surprising news that 'The Simpsons' had cast its largest animation rival in 'Family Guy' creator Seth MacFarlane for an upcoming guest stint, to be utilized as this fall's season 25 premiere. Now however, 'Simpsons' producers have instead moved the animation mogul's appearance up to the May 19 season 24 finale, and released the first pictures of MacFarlane's alternate reality turn in Springfield! Take a look for yourself inside!
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The moment CBS announced it would take Stephen King's 2009 thriller 'Under the Dome' to series, certain fans rallied behind a cry of "Simpsons did it" given that the 2007 feature-length adaptation of America's favorite animated family featured a similarly domed premise. Both domes proved mere coincidence, with a 2010 'Simpsons' episode even addressing the similarity, but how will CBS' upcoming summer series pay homage to 'The Simpsons' in turn?
While Peggy Olson is pretty much killing it these days on the new season of 'Mad Men,' Elisabeth Moss will suffer a bit of a setback on the next cycle of 'The Simpsons.' According to new reports, 'Mad Men' will lend its third major star to the long-running FOX animated series, as Moss gives voice to a pregnant woman in an upcoming episode, but how does Homer Simpson fit in to the woman's labor? Find out inside!
Over the last few years, we've seen 'The Simpsons' couch gags that parody everything from 'Game of Thrones' to good-old fashioned noir art, but the latest pop-culture spoof is as pure as it gets. In advance of this Sunday's all-new episode, the latest 'Simpsons' couch gag puts a new spin on 'Breaking Bad,' so check out the expertly-done intro inside, or face the one who knocks!
The last time we saw Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee on an episode of 'The Simpsons,' he was busy shoving a "Thing" figurine into a Batmobile, so will time have changed his manner at all? We'll find out this fall when Lee returns to 'The Simpsons' after 12 years for a guest role in the 25th season, but what new chaos will he bring to Springfield's Comic Boot Guy this time around?
Screenwriter Don Payne, whose credits include 'Thor: The Dark World' and over 15 episodes of 'The Simpsons,' passed away yesterday after a battle with cancer.
In recent years we've seen 'The Simpsons'' infamous couch gags tackle everything from Banksy art to the iconic 'Game of Thrones' theme, and the latest from Sunday's upcoming episode might be one for the history books as well. As drawn by Oscar-nominated animator Bill Plympton, this new couch gag from upcoming episode "Black Eyed, Please" features the 'Simpsons' gang drawn and animated in a rich film noir style, so get a first look inside!
Way back in July, we first heard that 'Sherlock,' 'Star Trek Into Darkness' and 'The Hobbit' star Benedict Cumberbatch was to take a dual role in 'The Simpsons' upcoming Valentine's-themed episode "Love is a Many-Splintered Thing." Now, thanks to a new clip from the episode, we've learned that Cumberbatch will take the role of not only England's Prime Minister, but 'Harry Potter' character Severus Snape as well! Make sense of Benedict Cumberbatch's 'Simpsons' appearance with a new clip inside!
Between the 'Studio 60' reunion announced for 'Go On' yesterday and the imminent return of HBO's 'The Newsroom,' it's a good time to be an Aaron Sorkin fan. Good is about to get even better as we've just learned the Oscar- and Emmy-winning writer will lend his voice to an upcoming episode of 'The Simpsons'! Guesting as himself, of course, Sorkin will provide advice to one of Springfield's citizens in a time of need, but whom?
It may have only taken ten years, but it looks like the playful rivalry between 'The Simpsons' and its sort of spiritual successor 'Family Guy' may finally be put to rest. While both FOX series have taken playful shots at one another over the years, the bridge has finally been built as 'Family Guy' creator and voice-artist Seth MacFarlane will lend his voice to an upcoming 'Simpsons' episode! Who might the golden-voiced 'Guy' play, and what does it have to do with 'Downton Abbey?'