The actor who plays Moe Szyslak and Chief Wiggum, Hank Azaria, talks about the possible end of the series The Simpsons
Azaria, who plays several characters on the series, chatted with People Magazine at the premiere of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Although It does not occur to him to leave The Simpsonshe, like many fans, wonders when the end will be.
I wonder too. We’re at seasons 35 and 36. I guess we’d make it to 40 as it continues to be successful.
More than 3 decades of The Simpsons in our lives
Since its debut 34 years ago, The Simpson They have remained present in popular culture. In addition to the number of real-life predictions that have sprung from the series, it has also spawned toys, video games, comics, and even a movie. When Disney bought Fox in 2019, it was thought to be the end, but Disney extended the series to 2025..
In 2019, fans freaked out when Danny Elfman, composer of the theme song, said the show might be in its final year. But Al Jean, producer of the series, denied that claim. Jean thinks that the family made up of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie could last forever:
Maybe I’ll leave before the series ends. 33 years have already passed. I thought we would end in season 25 or 30, but that’s over now. So I say ‘The Simpsons forever’.
What will the last episode of The Simpsons be like?
At the 2021 San Diego Comic-Con, the series crew talked about what the final episode would look like. Jean joked that the series would end in a loop, going back to the 1989 Christmas episode. Matt Selmana screenwriter, acknowledged the pressure to create a good ending:
It would be weird to end the series without prior planning. It doesn’t seem appropriate.
The truth is that many fans of the famous Springfield family would like to have the series in our lives forever and see the famous sofa scene that appears in the intro of the series for many more years, however, everything ends up having an end. When and what do you think would be the best ending for The Simpsons? We read your opinion on our social networks.