The Simpsons' home is being demolished in a new series.

Series returns with new exciting storylines and characters.

September 14th 2023.

The Simpsons' home is being demolished in a new series.
The Simpsons have been a beloved series for decades and are now entering their 35th season - set to premiere on October 1st. In the trailer for the new season, we get to see some familiar faces – Sideshow Bob, Itchy & Scratchy, and Mayor Joe Quimby, as well as Mr. Burns. It seems like the elderly billionaire is up to no good as he appears to blow up the family’s beloved home, 742 Evergreen Terrace.

The trailer builds up to the moment of the explosion, which causes a cloud of debris and leaves the iconic Simpsons house in ruins. The fate of their beloved home is now uncertain, but Lisa has faith that her family will find hope. When Homer says “the government will help” Lisa quickly responds with “please give us hope”.

What else can we expect from the new season? The trailer shows typical Simpsons hijinks, with Marge taking on Itchy & Scratchy, a pink blob exploding outside of Springfield Elementary, and a shadow resembling Lisa or Maggie Simpson approaching Sideshow Bob in prison with a knife. The trailer also promises a Beatles cameo, as the show is set to parody Get Back - a documentary series directed and produced by Peter Jackson that showed previously unseen footage of the band.

The season may be cut short due to the ongoing writers’ strikes in Hollywood, which would make it the shortest season since 2007. So far, the titles of only 11 episodes have been confirmed and it’s not clear yet how many more have been made and how the strike has affected them.

The Simpsons is available to stream on Disney Plus. If you’re a fan of the series, you won’t want to miss out on all the exciting new episodes!

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