With the growing demands of quality film and television series produced in today’s television progress, the notch is even stiffer and competition goes on with thorough and thoughtful writing and production.

The Simpsons, one of the longest running television shows since its birth in 1989, had long been struggling to make the most of its production and so far, their work had all paid off. It is one of the pioneers of animated TV series in line with “The Flintstones” and “The Jetsons”.

The Simpson’s audience reception was a success and a lot of the film critics had once mentioned that the show is already making its name as one institution. Originally created by the cartoonist Matt Groening, the show has been in different forms for years, from being a small installation of production in The Tracey Ullman Show in 1987 to its successful animation series to date.

The premise of The Simpson story is set in Springfield, an average American town. The story focuses on the social and family life of the Simpsons. The characters are consists of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie. The show also includes array of quirky characters virtually, among them are teachers, neighbours, family friends, and even guest celebrities who comes in and appears on the show occasionally.

The show primarily centers on an average American family and their typical town, and their approach to a regular working class of American lifestyle. Known for its take on actual issues involving in politics, nature, environment, and education, The Simpsons has been part of the pop culture.

Now on its 21st season, it has already completed hundreds of episodes, numerous Emmy awards, endorsements and merchandise and many more. The Simpson also made its way to theatrical release and considered as one of the successful animated shows today. If the competition and comparison in the field of television and film production is much higher for others, then The Simpsons is far to fail or to any of that now.


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