Monthly Archives: October 2017

Season 29 News: Information about “Gone Boy” have been announced

Information about the upcoming episode of  season 29, titled “Gone Boy“, have been announced.

Keep in mind that the air date is scheduled and may vary!

Stay tuned for more new episode titles!

Don’t forget to visit our page on Season 29, as we always try to keep it up-to-date!

Season 29 News: Homer Gets the Bowling Team Back Together in November!

Information about the plot for the episode “Singin’ in the Lane“, which will air on November 19, 2017; has been released by FOX. The episode will be the 7th episode of Season 29.

In the episode …
“Homer and the guys reunite their old bowling team to cheer up Moe, only to end up in fierce competition with a team of arrogant millionaires. Meanwhile, Lisa and Marge try to teach Bart that money isn’t everything.”

For further information…
If you want to read the original listing from FOX, visit this page.

If you want to know further info about the episode, check our Wiki article on it. We’re always keeping it up-to-date.

If you want to know more about Season 29, visit our page for it in our Wiki!

Stay tuned for more!

Season 29 News: Promotional Images for “Grampy Can Ya Hear Me” and “The Old Blue Mayor She Ain’t What She Used to Be” have been released!

Promotional Images for season 29 upcoming episodes titled “Grampy Can Ya Hear Me” and “The Old Blue Mayor She Ain’t What She Used to Be“, the 5th and 6th episodes of the season, respectively, have been released by FOX. The episodes air on November 5, 2017 and November 12, 2017; respectively.

Stay tuned for more!

Promotional Images

Grampy Can Ya Hear Me



The Old Blue Mayor She Ain’t What She Used to Be



US ratings: Football overruns, or ‘Treehouse of Horror’ effect, boost “Simpsons”

“Keep it up. We’ve got an audience to retain.”

There are two possible reasons why the latest episode of “The Simpsons” was lifted to a season high – either due to the ripples from local football overruns in some Fox markets in the 7pm hour extending through “Bob’s Burgers” lifted it, or it was due to the fact it was the annual “Treehouse of Horror” special, which usually sees some sort of lift.

While it may not be possible to discern the extent to which either had on Sunday’s episode, it can at least be said there was a definite increase in both 18-49 viewers and overall viewership from the last episode. Sunday’s outing scored a 1.6/6 demo rating, and entertained 3.659 million viewers – both up from the last episode (1.3/5, 2.905m), and in fact is so far a season high (excluding the football-boosted episode). The episode had a 56% 18-49 skew, and the episode had around 2.049 million; it was also the top scripted show of the night in the 18-49 demographic on Fox and broadcast TV.

Comparison to last year’s “Treehouse of Horror” are invalid, since that edition had a direct football lead-in, and in all Fox markets.

So far, this season is averaging 1.6/6 and 3.768 million viewers (excluding the football-boosted episode: 1.4/5 and 3.275 million).

“The Simpsons”‘ opposition on the other broadcast networks this time around amounted to around 25-28 million viewers, the highest so far this season.

No new “Simpsons” this Sunday due to the World Series, so the next post from me will be in two Tuesdays’ time. Until then…

Sources: SpottedRatings, ShowBuzzDaily

Season 29 News: A new upcoming episode title has been announced!

A new episode title has been announced. The episode, which is the nineteenth of the 29th production season (XABF19) is titled “Bart’s Not Dead“!

The episode will probably air during the 29th broadcast season (2017/18 TV season).

Stay tuned for more new episode titles!

Don’t forget to visit our page on Season 29, as we always try to keep it up-to-date!

Season 29 News: Marge Decides to Run for Mayor in November!

Information about the plot for the episode “The Old Blue Mayor She Ain’t What She Used to Be“, which will air on November 12, 2017; has been released by FOX. The episode will be the 6th episode of Season 29.

In the episode …
“Frustrated with the local government, Marge decides to run for Mayor. To win public support, she begins making Homer the butt of her jokes.”

For further information…
If you want to read the original listing from FOX, visit this page.

If you want to know further info about the episode, check our Wiki article on it. We’re always keeping it up-to-date.

If you want to know more about Season 29, visit our page for it in our Wiki!

Stay tuned for more!

A documentary on Homer at the Bat was announced

A documentary on Homer at the Bat was announced to air this Sunday.

This Sunday, Fox will air an hour long comedic documentary, titled “Springfield of Dreams: The Legend of Homer Simpson“. It’ll pay tribute to the episode, with interviews with baseball stars who appeared as special guests, plus Yankees All-Star Aaron Judge, Nick Offerman, Russell Brand, George Will, Tim Gunn, Dr. Oz, Bob Costas, Joe Buck, Bob Uecker, and Charissa Thompson. It’ll also feature “interviews” with Homer, Moe, Chief Wiggum, Apu, and Comic Book Guy.

The special will be directed by Morgan Spurlock. It will air on Sunday before or after the afternoon games, approximately at 3 p.m. ET (for markets with an NFL game at 4:05 p.m. ET) and at 4:30 p.m. ET (for markets with an NFL game at 1 p.m. ET). The same night, FOX will air the next episode on Season 29, the 28th annual Halloween special, “Treehouse of Horror XXVIII“.