Get ready for another round of Springfield shenanigans because The Simpsons is gearing up for its historic 35th season. Fox is rolling out the yellow carpet with an official extended trailer to celebrate this milestone, and fans are in for a treat when the new season premieres in early October as part of Fox’s “AniDom” lineup.
The trailer itself is a whirlwind of quick scenes, including a playful parody of The Beatles’ iconic recording session for “Get Back.” But that’s not all – it looks like Sideshow Bob is making a comeback, and we all know that promises some classic comedic chaos.
The season opener, titled “Homer’s Crossing,” sets the tone with Homer taking on the role of a school crossing guard. Sounds harmless, right? Well, not when his safety squad gets a bit too much funding, turning these crossing guards into a force to be reckoned with.
But hold on, there’s more! The press release gives us a sneak peek into the season’s antics, with Marge having nightmares about Bart growing up, Homer accidentally becoming a crossing guard, Lisa spinning a tale about a power outage, and the return of the spine-chilling “Treehouse of Horror XXXIV” trilogy.
As if that’s not enough to keep us glued to our screens, The Simpsons‘ all-star team, including James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Matt Selman, and Al Jean, is back in the executive producer seats. Fox renewed the show for not just one but two more seasons (35 and 36) in January, proving that this iconic series is showing no signs of slowing down.
So mark your calendars for October 1, as The Simpsons returns to continue its hilarious legacy. After all, age is just a number in Springfield.