The Simpsons was one of the biggest hits of the 1980s, spawning more than 30 animated series and more than 100 movies.
The Simpsons ran for three decades, from 1981 to 2005, winning nine Emmys and seven Emmys for Outstanding Comedy Series.
Now, as a new episode of the show airs Monday night, fans of the animated series can catch up on some classic episodes in a way that they never could before.
The series, which is hosted by Matt Groening, began in 1985 and has had a long run, airing in more than 170 countries.
The original series, in which Homer Simpson and Bart Simpson compete in a series of obstacle courses, has a long history, with more than 40 seasons being produced.
Groening and his team started out by making the show as fun and silly as possible, and now they’re trying to make it feel like the show it was originally meant to be.
“We’re hoping to bring the experience of the original series to our audience,” Groening said.
“It feels great, it’s a wonderful show.
It feels like they’re watching it.
It’s a big family, and there’s lots of laughs in there.”
Groening also hopes the episode will bring back some old fans, who have never seen the original show.
“It’s always been a favorite of mine,” he said.
Groening and executive producer David X. Cohen started with the idea for the new episode a few years ago, and when it was announced that it would be airing on the PBS channel, they knew the idea was huge.
“I’ve been watching the show since I was in high school, and I still remember watching the first season of it, the first year I was a kid, I watched it, and that was the show that really made me feel like I belonged there,” said Sarah Ruppert, who grew up watching the series.
“This is a very nostalgic episode.
It was one that I remember seeing as a kid,” she said.”
A lot of the old episodes of ‘The Simpsons’ have this very nostalgic quality to them.
It is like you have these big kids and you’ve got a little kid and the little kid’s got the big kids.”
The new episode will be broadcast on the network’s PBS channel starting at 10:00 p.m. ET.