The Simpsons is the longest in the history of television cartoon series. In October 2015, producers of FOX channel announced the release of the new season, which is scheduled for the end of September of 2016.
It means that we should expect The Simpsons season 28 release date to happen in the end of September of 2016. The Simpsons season 28 release date on DVD and Bluray is expected at the end of 2016.
In The Simpsons season 28 episode 1 we will hear the same voice cast that has been there for all these years. Nancy Cartwright, Julie Kavner, Dan Castellaneta and Yeardley Smith will return as the crazy family of The Simpsons!
The main characters of this series – the typical American family The Simpsons. At the head of the family is fat Homer, his wife – a blue-haired Marge and their children – teenagers Bart, daughter Liz and Maggie.
In the latest episodes of The Simpsons Homer kidnapped by gangsters and will keep demanding a ransom. To help him come Kiefer Sutherland.
The first series begins on Christmas Day. Bart (Nancy Cartwright) runs until all make purchases, and prick a tattoo. Marge (Julie Kavner) finds her and spend all the money set aside for the holidays, to remove it from Bart. Homer (Dan Castellaneta) does not receive a Christmas bonus, not to mention the family nothing, finds a job as Santa Claus. Lisa (Yeardley Smith) upset about something, and it affects its estimates. One night she hears from the window jazz music and leaves the house. Bloody Gums Murphy teaches her to express your moods through music. Marge buys Lisa teaches saxophone and be herself.
- 20th Century Fox Television, The Curiosity Company, Gracie Films will continue to produce The Simpsons season 28 premiere;
- The first season of this exciting story about a cheerful yellow little family came back in 1989 year. This series is the longest running animated series on television;
- All these characters live in Springfield, and their prototypes are scattered around the world.
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