Those who are still watching The Simpsons should brace themselves for the destruction of the family’s cherished house.
The animated sitcom, which debuted in 1989, is entering its 35th season, which will start on October 1 and will be accessible on Disney Plus.
Sideshow Bob, Itchy & Scratchy, and Mayor Joe Quimby will all make cameos in forthcoming episodes, according to new footage.
Mr. Burns, on the other hand, may cause the biggest problems for Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart, and Maggie, as the old millionaire appears to blow up their residence.
The entire caravan develops to the point where a countdown of 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 can be heard before 742 Evergreen Terrace is blown up, causing a cloud of debris.
Following that, the iconic Simpsons house can be seen in ruins, with it unclear whether the house would be repaired before future episodes.
Lisa then asks Homer to ‘please give us hope’, before Homer says ‘the government will help’, only for Mayor Quimby to comically shut down his claim.
And before the end of the trailer, we also get a brief shot of what looks to be yet another Beatles cameo – it looks like the show will be parodying Get Back.
Released during the pandemic, Get Back was a documentary series directed and produced by Peter Jackson that showed previously unseen footage of the band.
In addition, a shadow like Lisa or Maggie Simpson may be seen approaching Sideshow Bob while wielding a knife in prison.
A confrontation between Marge and Itchy & Scratchy is also promised, as well as a massive pink blob erupting outside Springfield Elementary.
Because to the ongoing writers’ strike in Hollywood, the season might be cut short, making it the shortest season since 2007.
So yet, only 11 episodes’ names have been revealed, and it’s unclear how many more have been created or how the strike has affected them.
Fans of the series compared the new seasons to the current Barbie film and a Malibu Stacy episode of the iconic 1990s comedy.
The Simpsons is available to stream on Disney Plus.
Source My Celebrity Life.