‘The Simpsons’ is the longest-running animated American sitcom since 1989, created by Matt Groening for the Fox Broadcasting Company. It is a satirical representation following a working middle-class family based in the fictional town of Springfield in Central America. It brings forward the society, culture, human condition, and living state in the show’s social annotations.
Modifications that are on their way
The persistent Indian-American character Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, the owner of Kwik-E-Mart, is no longer at the receiving end of actor Hank Azaria‘s voice for the character. Apu has been a contentious subject in the series, all thanks to his racist conduct. Amid the tensions of police brutality considerably over the Black Americans, white actors will no more be the voice of non-white characters. The producers have not stated anything about eliminating any character from the series.
The arrival of Season 32
‘The Simpsons’ thirty-second season is all set for its premiere through Fox on September 27, 2020. Dan Castellaneta will lend his voice to Homer and Abe Simpson. Julie Kavner will most expectedly proceed as the voice of Marge, Nancy Cartwright will continue to be the voice for Bart, and Yeardley Smith will be present as Lisa’s voice. With this season, it will reach an entirety of 713 episodes and still no signs of ending anytime soon.
The storyline about to follow
The unprecedented pandemic situation might be a part of the show’s curvature, an itsy-bitsy prediction might be on its way. The shifts in the American political aspect and how it is included in the enclosure of Springfield. Times of crisis and misleading information can attract some satirical notes. Its specialization in mocking the daily struggles through clever comments is staying, whatever be the differences in the topics incorporated.