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When the “Every Simpsons Ever” mega-marathon of The Simpsons began last Thursday on FXX, it renewed interest in a show that will go down as one of the all-time greats—but has nevertheless been struggling commercially and creatively for awhile at this point. The show’s unimpeachable heyday in the ’90s is rightfully heralded, and as the marathon got going, it was those episodes that created the most excitement. Sure, they’ve been out on DVD for some time, but rebroadcasting them in order emphasized how great the show was at its peak.
Precisely when The Simpsons began to descend from that peak has been fiercely debated for at least 15 years—but no one argues it hasn’t happened yet as the show heads into its 26th season. Many diehard fans of The Simpsons’ heyday have fallen out of touch with the show by this point, which is a shame. Even if it misses more than it hits, The Simpsons is still The Simpsons: sharp, occasionally biting, and emotionally resonant in ways that can still be surprising.
As the FXX marathon reaches the back half of The Simpsons catalog this week, plan to check out these episodes, which prove that the gulf between that halcyon era and The Simpsons today isn’t always so wide.
1. “The Bart Wants What It Wants” (season 13, Wednesday, 5:30 a.m.)
In this gem from 2002, Bart begins dating Rainier Wolfcastle’s daughter, but quickly loses interest. He does a 180 when she starts dating Milhouse, leading to a funny confrontation in Canada, where Wolfcastle is shooting a movie. The opening scene—an event at a tony prep school—scores, as do the many, many jokes at Canada’s expense. But the best moments come from watching Principal Skinner try his hand at stand-up comedy. The episode was written by John Frink and Don Payne, who have scripted many of the better episodes of The Simpsons since 2000. Read More→
The Simpsons: Now that there are no more available celebrities to take on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, it’s time for animated characters to get in on the act. Taking a break from his 12-day, round-the-clock marathon, Homer Simpson is ready to take an Arctic dousing for a good cause, as you can see in the video below. Donald Trump, are you charitable enough to accept Homer’s nomination? Ned Flanders, prepare the old push-broom for battle.
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THE Simpsons SOARS ON FXX
Day 1 of 12-Day Simpsons Marathon Delivers Record-Breaking Numbers for Nascent Channel
The Most-Watched Day in FXX History
18 of the Top 30 Highest-Rated Telecasts in the Nascent Channel’s History
LOS ANGELES, August 22, 2014 – When FXX landed the exclusive cable syndication rights to the landmark animated comedy series The Simpsons last November, it was the biggest off-network deal in television history: a record 552 episodes and counting. Well, it may only be one day, but it looks like a very big deal for the success of FXX, the newest channel from FX Networks that launched on September 3, 2013.
In what is believed to be the longest marathon in television history, day one of FXX’s 12-day marathon of The Simpsons recorded the network’s highest Total Day and Primetime average ratings for a single day ever for the network.
“We knew that The Simpsons could be transformative for FXX and its performance yesterday truly exceeded our wildest expectations,” said Chuck Saftler, President, Program Strategy and COO, FX Networks. “It is a testament to the power of one of the greatest shows in television history and the genius of Jim Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean and everyone associated with the show. Their support of our launch has been invaluable. We’re off to a great start, we still have 11 days of binging left in our record-breaking marathon, and many years of The Simpsons to come on FXX. WOO HOO!”
In every daypart, The Simpsons led FXX to its most-watched day ever. Compared to FXX’s daypart average to date (9/2/13 – 8/20/14), The Simpsons bettered FXX primetime (8-11PM) by +391% in Total Viewers (1.01 million vs. 206,000) and +461% in P18-49 (623,000 vs. 111,000) … daytime (10A-3P) by +652% in Total Viewers (376,000 vs. 50,000) and P18-49 by +770% (235,000 vs. 27,000) … early Fringe (3-6P) by +515% in Total Viewers (572,000 vs. 93,000) and +626% in P18-49 (385,000 vs. 53,000) … access (6-8P) by +492% in Total Viewers (876,000 vs. 148,000) and +610% in P18-49 (575,000 vs. 81,000) … and late night (11P-3A) by +331% in Total Viewers (556 vs. 129) and +389% in P18-49 (372,000 vs. 76,000).
All in: this aggregates to The Simpsons’ premiere day of the 12-day marathon bettering FXX’s prior Total Day average by +524% in Total Viewers (624,000 vs. 100,000) and +618% in P18-49 (402,000 vs. 56,000).
Of yesterday’s 34 telecasts of The Simpsons (ratings for post 300A telecasts are not available till Monday):
In Total Viewers: 18 rank among FXX’s Top 30 telecasts of all time. What’s more, FXX’s Top 10 telecasts ever in Total Viewers all consist of yesterday’s episodes of The Simpsons:
The Simpsons’ most-watched telecast yesterday (1.23 million) @ 830P “Itchy & Scratchy & Marge”).
In P18-49: yesterday’s The Simpsons telecasts repped 17 of the Top 30 FXX telecasts of all time and 8 of the Top 10, including the top two.
With The Simpsons Marathon, FXX ranked #1 in Basic Cable Primetime last night among M18-34; #2 in P18-34 (467,000); #4 in M18-49; and #5 in P18-49 (623,000) and M25-54.
In M18-34, FXX outperformed #2-ranked Adult Swim by +12% (283,000); #3-ranked TBS by +45% (220,000); #4-ranked NFL Network by +45% (219,000); #5-ranked Comedy Central by +63% (195,000); and #6-ranked ESPN by more than double (+105%, 155,000).
In P18-34, FXX fell just behind #1-ranked Adult Swim (511,000), but outdelivered #3-ranked TBS by +14% (409,000); #4-ranked NFL Network by +50% (311,000); #5-ranked Comedy Central by +56% (299,000); #7-ranked USA by +66% (282,000); and #9-ranked ESPN by +77% (264,000).
Compared to FXX’s CY14 to-date Basic Cable Primetime ranks and deliveries, The Simpsons soared:
In P18-49, last night FXX (#5) vaulted 40 spots from its CY14 to-date Prime rank (#45). In P18-34, last night FXX (#2) climbed 37 spots from its CY14 to-date rank (#39).
Last night, FXX outperformed its CY14 to-date Primetime delivery by +419% in P18-49 (623,000 vs. 120,000) and +608% in P18-34 (467,000 vs. 66,000).
What’s more, last night’s The Simpsons telecasts on FXX were some of the highest-rated on Basic Cable:
In P18-34, all six of last night’s telecasts ranked in the Top 20 for the night, led by the 830P telecast of “Itchy and Scratchy and Marge” (570,000) at #3.
In M18-34, all six of last night’s telecasts ranked in the Top 15 for the night, led by last night’s 800P telecast of “Bart the Daredevil” at #3.
Among P18-49, five of last night’s six telecasts ranked in the Top 25, led by “Itchy and Scratchy and Marge” at #11 (749,000).
Among M18-49, all six of last night’s telecasts ranked in the Top 25, led by “Itchy and Scratchy and Marge” at #8.
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Footage from “The Simpsons” – “Family Guy” crossover episode was shared during the “Family Guy” panel at Comic-Con on Saturday, July 26. The nearly-5-minute video shows the Griffins arriving in Springfield where they are greeted warmly by Homer Simpson.
Homer believes he and Peter will get along well. Bart and Stewie make prank phone calls while their fathers hang out at a bar, where they start arguing over Pawtucket Patriot Ale and Duff Beer. Things quickly turn physical which leads into an epic fight involving radioactive exposure and a spaceship.
The snippet also includes a brief appearance of Bob from “Bob’s Burgers“. The special hour-long episode titled “The Simpsons Guy” will air September 28.
A “Simpsons”-”Futurama” crossover episode has also been planned and the opening credits of the episode was shared during “The Simpsons” Comic-Con panel. Also screened for audience was a Moe-centric segment from the upcoming “Treehouse of Horror” episode which will air October 19.
“The Simpsons” season 26 will premiere September 28. A sneak peek from the first episode has made its way out via Entertainment Weekly, showing Homer in bad shape. The said outing will also feature the death of a familiar character.
“The Simpsons”-”Family Guy” Crossover Episode Preview:
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FXX has debuted a funny promo for “The Simpsons” long marathon scheduled for August. In the video, things go out of control as people abandon their routines to watch the popular animated series.
The longest-running marathon in television history is set to begin Thursday, August 21 for 24 hours a day, for 12 straight days on FXX. All 552 episodes of the show will air in a row before the season 26 premiere Sunday, September 28 at 9/8c on FOX.
The new season opener will feature the death of a character. While the character is yet to be revealed, executive producer Al Jean said the actor who voiced this character had won an Emmy for the performance on the show and the character had appeared in more than two episodes.
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EVERY. SIMPSONS. EVER.
FXX TO AIR LONGEST RUNNING MARATHON IN TV HISTORY WITH THE SIMPSONS
AND NETWORK TO LAUNCH “SIMPSONS WORLD” – A NEW IMMERSIVE, INTERACTIVE DIGITAL AND ONLINE EXPERIENCE
Marathon Begins August 21, 2014 and Will Run Through September 1, 2014
FXX Will Air All 25 Seasons (552 Episodes) of The Simpsons and The Simpsons Movie In Chronological Order
“Simpsons World” Offers a Premium Simpsons Fan Experience with Access to the Entire Catalog of Full-Length Episodes for the First Time Ever Via FXNOW App and SimpsonsWorld.com in October
LOS ANGELES, July 21, 2014 – Cowabunga! In celebration of its landmark acquisition of the exclusive cable and authenticated non-linear VOD rights to legendary animated comedy The Simpsons, FXX will launch a record-breaking marathon of the series on August 21, 2014. The marathon will begin August 21, 2014 at 10 AM ET/PT and will conclude September 1, 2014 at 12 AM ET/PT, making it the longest-running marathon in television history. For 24 hours a day, over the course of the 12 days, FXX will air 552 episodes of The Simpsons (through Season 25) as well as The Simpsons Movie (airing after episode 400), in chronological order.
FXX will also launch “Simpsons World” – the ultimate Simpsons digital experience featuring enriched branded content through SimpsonsWorld.com and handheld/connected devices via FXNOW, the authenticated multi-network on-demand video service supporting FX, FXX and FXM – in October.
“Simpsons World” will offer a unique and personalized Simpsons experience for both casual and super fans by allowing users to interact with premium content in unprecedented ways. For the first time ever, all authenticated viewers will have instant and on-demand access to every single Simpsons episode ever, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via SimpsonsWorld.com, and FXNOW apps for iPhone, iPad, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Android phones and tablets, Smart TVs, and additional set-tops devices.
Additional exclusive offerings include new ways to explore Springfield’s characters and locations, the ability for users to curate their own personalized playlists and share their favorite show clips and quotes.
Beginning September 2nd, FXX will regularly schedule The Simpsons episodes in fringe, primetime and late-night dayparts on weekdays and weekends. Additionally, every Sunday the network will broadcast a thematic mini-marathon consisting of eight Simpsons episodes beginning at 4 PM ET/PT and leading into the 8 PM ET/PT broadcast on FOX.
Starting in August, through its deal with Twentieth Century Fox Television, FXX will become the cable network home for all seasons of The Simpsons, excluding seasons airing in their first run on FOX. FX Networks’ app, FXNOW, will be the exclusive non-linear home for all seasons of The Simpsons, excluding seasons airing in their first run on FOX. FXX will get subsequent seasons of The Simpsons as new seasons begin their first run on FOX.
It was announced in November 2013 that FXX had secured the exclusive cable and non-linear VOD rights to The Simpsons after a historic bidding war. The longest-running scripted show in television history, The Simpsons has remained one of the most groundbreaking and innovative entertainment franchises, recognizable throughout the world. The Simpsons has won 28 Emmy® Awards, and was nominated for an Academy Award® in 2012 for the theatrical short “The Longest Daycare.” It has been the subject of a hit feature film, created a revolutionary virtual coaster ride at Universal Studios, received a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame and has been honored with five U.S. postal stamps personally designed by creator Matt Groening. Named the “Best Show of the 20th Century” by Time magazine, The Simpsons was also named “Greatest American Sitcom” by Entertainment Weekly in 2013.
The Simpsons is a Gracie Films Production in association with 20th Century Fox Television. James L. Brooks, Matt Groening and Al Jean are the executive producers. Film Roman, a Starz Media Company, is the animation house.
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FAMILY GUY: The Griffin family drops in for a visit with the Simpson family in the special one-hour “The Simpsons Guy” season premiere crossover event (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FAMILY GUY on FOX. FAMILY GUY and THE SIMPSONS 2014 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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