06:01 PM EDT 01/15/2016
Originally posted 01/14/2016 01:30PM
The Simpsons premiered 26 years ago Thursday, as part of Fox's Sunday night lineup that at the time included Married... with Children.
Originally posted 12/09/2015 04:15PM
Television shows didn't invent the idea of a Christmas miracle, but they sure help remind us that come Dec. 25, there's a chance that whatever woe and strife we're facing could vanish in a single, magical instant. And while not every show has a Christmas moment – and not every Christmas episode delivers a miracle – we thought we'd celebrate the season with 15 of our favorites.
Originally posted 09/24/2015 02:55PM
The Simpsons' patriarch falls for a twentysomething pharmacist named Candace (Dunham) in the season 27 premiere
Originally posted 08/12/2015 05:00PM
It seems like every time our favorite TV characters take a vacation, they end up in one of three main destinations: Hawaii, Paris or Disney World.
It makes sense that these would be such popular destinations – after all; they're familiar, easy to film in and ripe for sitcom hijinks. And really, who doesn't want to hang with Mickey and Minnie or sunbathe in the tropics or even take a romantic stroll along the Seine?
Since all three of these locations seemed to entice our favorite shows over and over again, we couldn't help but wonder which other exotic destinations are statistically more likely to attract our favorite TV shows. Since we never pass up an excuse to binge watch Friends and Saved by the Bell, we dug through some classic shows from the TV archives and did a little math. You'll notice that some shows managed to rack up some serious frequent flier miles during their runs!
Originally posted 08/10/2015 02:00PM
The Modern Family star will voice Mrs. Berrera, Bart's new and highly attractive teacher
Originally posted 07/07/2015 11:55PM
Mr. Burns is back! Shearer signs new deal
Originally posted 06/29/2015 12:45PM
Ted 2 opened in theaters on Friday, making its fuzzy star a rarity in Hollywood. (Err, we mean the talking bear, not Mark Wahlberg.)
Originally posted 06/12/2015 09:35AM
Love is not dead after all.
When Simpsons executive producer Al Jean told Variety that Marge and Homer Simpson would legally separate in the 27th season premiere and that Homer would fall in love with his pharmacist – voiced by Lena Dunham – the fandom basically had a meltdown.
Bart was not too pleased by the news, either – the Simpsons' official Twitter posted a photo after the news went wide of Bart writing "Homer and Marge are not breaking up" on the chalkboard from the show's credits.
Originally posted 06/10/2015 04:30PM
Say it ain't so.
Originally posted 06/10/2015 01:30PM
Girls stars Lena Dunham, Allison Williams and Zosia Mamet will also lend their voices next season
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