Are you even surprised?
"The Simpsons" will join Disney's new streaming service when it launches later this year.
Longtime “Simpsons” showrunner Al Jean celebrated Disney's takeover of Fox with a tweet showing Mickey Mouse's run-in with Homer and Bart Simpson.
“I’m against book burning of any kind. But this is our book, and we’re allowed to take out a chapter," said executive producer James L. Brooks.
The commerce secretary's tone-deaf comments about federal workers who are struggling due to the shutdown get a "Simpsons" makeover.
Pop culture is folding in on itself.
Cronica TV captioned the picture "Apu Arrives" -- and faced immediate backlash over the imagery.
The president's image of voters in disguise also sounded like “The Onion,” said one co-host.
The rumor comes from TV and film producer Adi Shankar -- although "Simpsons" executive producer Al Jean says Shankar "does not speak for our show."
The Comedy Central show has launched the #CancelTheSimpsons hashtag.
The "Manmarziyaan" actor also opens up about "The Simpsons" backlash.
Executive producer Matt Selman pointed out a big mistake in "And Maggie Makes Three."
Shiver our timbers, the animated show's creator, Matt Groening, just confirmed it.
“Women make a huge contribution to street art and it’s great to see them recognized."
Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie are about to be transformed.
“Yes, it’s a cartoon. Yes, it’s a pop culture super-successful show,” Chopra told "The View." “But that gives it more responsibility.”
Matt Groening's comments come as Hank Azaria, who voices Apu, said he'd be happy to "step aside" from the role.
"The idea that anyone young or old, past or present, being bullied based on Apu really makes me sad."