The Simpsons

We'd been so looking forward to diving back into our favourite episodes of the classic sitcom.
Worth the price for The Simpsons and Baby Yoda in The Mandalorian alone, surely?
The character has proved to be controversial in recent years, largely thanks to the documentary The Problem With Apu.
The Simpsons is celebrating its 30th anniversary. After debuting in December 1989, the show has become the longest-running American sitcom and scripted TV series with more than 650 episodes and airing in more than 70 countries around the world.However, for the last two decades, the show has seen decline in critical acclaim – so why is it still on the air? Here are five reasons.
In some ways, the show has come a long way, but its potential is clear to see in Simpsons Roasting On An Open Fire.
In the last 30 years, America's favourite family has made headlines for all the wrong reasons on several occasions.
With The Simpsons now streaming on Disney+, we're paying tribute to everyone's favourite eight-year-old.
It's one of show's most famous episodes and undoubtedly a classic. All together now: "Mono... d'oh!"
In the last 30 years, the show has bagged an endless list of celebrity appearances, but how many can you name?
Place your bets for the Strictly Come Dancing final, test your knowledge of The Simpsons with some of the show’s most unbelievable celebrity cameos in its thirty years and the Golden Globes nominations received a tepid reaction.