The Simpsons Renewed For Two More Seasons

The Simpsons renewed for 2 more seasons, will pass 700 episodes

The Simpsons renewed for 2 more seasons, will pass 700 episodes

The network on Wednesday renewed the longest-running primetime scripted TV series for two more seasons, meaning the show will continue through at least its 32nd season.

News of the renewal comes just two weeks after Variety reported that the show was nearing a new deal for a two-season pick up.

The renewal also ends speculation for now that the show might be headed to a new home. The show outpaces the second-longest-running scripted series by a mile - Gunsmoke, Law & Order andLaw & Order: Special Victims Unit trail behind at 20 seasons each.

Are you excited to learn that The Simpsons has been renewed through Season 32?

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Originally created by cartoonist Matt Groening (Futurama, Disenchantment) as interstitial cartoons for The Tracy Ullman Show, The Simpsons debuted as a stand-alone back in 1989.

Home and Marge are parents to precocious Lisa, voiced by 54-year-old Yeardley Smith; the mischievous Bart, voiced by 61-year-old Nancy Cartwright, and baby Maggie who rarely speaks. For context, at an estimated 22 minutes per episode, it would take you more than ten days to watch 32 seasons of "The Simpsons" without stopping.

The show's now in its 30th season, which allowed to break the record previously set by Gunsmoke, which only clocked in at 29 seasons.

The Simpson family in January 2000 was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. The feature-length "Simpsons Movie" premiered in 2007, grossing over $527 million at the global box office.

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