For many,  The Simpsons may not be what they were, and their last seasons have lowered the quality. But the series remains a behemoth for the Fox network, with scandalous audience figures, especially in the age of streaming. For that reason, two new seasons have already been confirmed: 33 and 34.

The series will continue until 2023, and these two new batches of 22 episodes will extend the series to 757 episodes. The 700th episode, called “Manger Things”, will air on March 21.

Matt Groening has advanced some of the plots that we will see in these two new seasons: Homer will lose a hair, Milhouse will make contact lenses and Bart will celebrate his tenth birthday for the thirty-third time. Will they address the issue of the coronavirus pandemic in any way? Anyone would say they already predicted it

The Simpsons are the longest-running primetime fiction series in television history, and they have no intention of stopping. He has accumulated 34 Emmy Awards, 34 Annie Awards, 7 People’s Choice Awards, 13 Writers Guild of America Awards …

Currently, season 32 is on the air in the United States, and season 31 has just been completed on Disney +.