Simpsons season 31
TV channel: Fox
Original release: December 17, 1989 – present
About TV show Simpsons season 31
The Simpsons is created by Matt Groening, multiple award-winning US animated television program Fox. She is the longest running US cartoon series; So far, over 30 episodes have been produced in 30 seasons.
Main venue is the fictional US city Springfield, one of the most common place names in the US. In this way an attempt is made to express the triviality of the action situation: Springfield can be in any state, but in reality does not exist. This effect is reinforced by the running gag, which either avoids betraying the state in which the Simpsons live or making misleading remarks about the situation. The Simpsons live in Springfield, 742, Evergreen Terrace. Various aspects of US everyday life (fast food, television, religion, corruption, etc.) are caricatured and criticized - open and hidden. Journalist Tim Schleider writes about the series: "The series is a sometimes malicious, highly cynical reckoning with the 'American Way of Life' and the ideals of the 'American Dream'. Many episodes are full of allusions and are riddled with side-shots of American everyday culture. And Groening beats them all down - fitness gurus, religious zealots, gunfucks, crazed consumers, TV junkies, fast food victims, progress believers, philistines, radical feminists and more. For children only partially recommendable, for America fans a must! "The customer review has been automatically translated from German.
In 2012, Groening in an interview with Smithsonian Magazine stated that the city of Springfield, Oregon, had been a role model for the Simpsons' fictional home, but subsequently stressed that he had not said that he was actually in Oregon on the show.