'The Simpsons' Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: The Animated Series Renewed For Two More Seasons, Everything That We Need To Know!

By Monica Rodriguez , Updated Nov 08, 2016 09:04 AM EST

"The Simpsons" has been renewed for Season 29 and 30. It is set to be the longest animated series on TV. It has been revealed that the series has been very important for fans and for Fox Network.

In a report from Variety, it is indicated that "The Simpsons" will be on its 669 episodes once it ends with Season 30. This is a record breaking time for the animated series to be able to surpass 'Gunsmoke' which hit 635 episodes before.

"The Simpsons" first launched in 1989 and is still on at this time with the latest renewal which is a breakthrough for the series. This recent double renewal is definitely a landmark for the animated series. It means that the show of importance in television and is still going to in the future.

According to TV Guide, before "The Simpsons" is going to air its 29th and 30th episodes, there is a marathon of the previous season in thirteen straight days. These 27 seasons will air in chronological order starting from November 24 up until December 6.

Ever since "The Simpsons" began, it always has been hitting its mark for a good show. It also is speculated that season 30 may be the last season for the animated series. The show has been on television for a long time now and has been mostly part of every household.

This animated series is set to outlive anything for the future generation according to a report in TV Line. "The Simpsons" still has the old characters that are making the series alive. The family consists of Homer, Bart, Marge and Lisa Simpson.

Homer Simpson is the father and head of the family and his wife is Marge Simpson. The couple has two children, Lisa and Bart. "The Simpsons" tells of everyday family life with a hint of humor to it.

Fans can expect "The Simpsons" to air later this year.

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