Viewers absolutely loved the anime-style episode and are now taking to social media asking for an entire series.
Despite being a box office hit, there's no plans for a sequel to The Simpsons Movie just yet.
Matt Selman says a 'conceptual episode' will delve into the family's apparent ability to predict future events.
The long-running animated comedy has made news several times for seemingly predicting the future.
The character - created by actress and breast cancer survivor Renee Ridgeley - has had a unilateral mastectomy and is also showing a visible scar from a port-o-cath.
The writers of 'The Simpsons' have proved to be rather prescient, predicting the future many times during the show's 20+ year lifespan.
Openly gay Cuban-American actor Tony Rodriguez recently landed the job of voicing one of the animated show's popular LGBTQ characters, Julio, with the help of the podcast "Gayest Episode Ever."
A statement from the Smiths singer criticised the show for satirising him as Quilloughby, lead singer of The Snuffs.
"Part of me feels like I need to go around to every single Indian person in this country and personally apologize," says the Emmy-winning actor, whose iconic show has grappled with the issue of "spoken blackface."
The long-running animated hit was also credited with having foreseen the inauguration of Vice President Kamala Harris.
Elfman recalls first meeting with Simpsons creator Matt Groening to view an uncoloured, 2D sketch of the series’ now-iconic opening sequence.
It's not like the producers of <em>The Simpsons</em> are obsessed with continuity – in fact they play it rather fast and loose with the timeline on the show. But, when executive producer Matt Selman spotted a pretty big continuity blunder on Wednesday, he thought it worth sharing on Twitter. SEE ALSO: Richard Curtis highlights the importance of movies about people falling in love "Maggie is in photo on wall behind Marge telling Homer she’s pregnant with Maggie," Selman wrote alongside a screen shot from episode 13 of the sixth season of <em>The Simpsons. </em> Maggie is in photo on wall behind Marge telling Homer she’s pregnant with Maggie pic.twitter.com/uckWDl8qWp — Matt Selman (@mattselman) September 5, 2018 Fellow <em>Simpsons</em> writer Al Jean was quick to respond to Selman's observation. @TheSimpsons Canon is is ruins! — Al Jean (@AlJean) September 5, 2018 <em>Simpsons</em> fans chimed in and discussed who they felt was to blame. pic.twitter.com/GI8rhDXMSa — Googie (@CliffFrancisII) September 5, 2018 Jean joked that the continuity blunder had led to mass firings on the show. I hope you’re happy because we just fired SEVENTEEN people for that blunder. Fired. Through. Done. — Al Jean (@AlJean) September 5, 2018 Other fans came up with theories as to what might be the reason for the mysterious Maggie photo. No don’t! It’s obviously Lisa! Maggie just wears hand-me-downs! — Tyler Brown (@tylerobrown) September 5, 2018 That's a secret baby they hid like they did with Hugo (Barts evil twin)! He needs to come back; That's my fav episode. pic.twitter.com/jcdqWZ1nXk — Rawburt the Disney diva 🌹 (@Rawburtmartinez) September 6, 2018 Other observant fans pointed out that the exact same thing had actually happened before on the show. I also noticed that. Plus you can see a photo of Lisa on the staircase when Homer is running upstairs after Marge says she's pregnant with her lol — Strain40Q New Cinema Labyrinth (@Strain42) September 5, 2018 Well I'll be damned pic.twitter.com/TgW1BOzHM6 — ZB Simpson (@ZBSimpson) September 6, 2018 And of course, a fan had the perfect <em>Simpsons </em>reference for the moment. pic.twitter.com/fexXX8XISn — Andy Pan (@Rewster7) September 5, 2018 But honestly, over the course of 30 seasons, there's bound to be a few slip ups. WATCH: 'The Office' got a cartoon makeover thanks to this artist
It's long been debated whether or not Michael Jackson actually did appear on the 1991 Simpsons episode Stark Raving Dad.
Kiss your nightmare-less nights goodbye. Artist Miguel Vasquez has created an image which will haunt you forever. It's a 3D rendering of what he believes Homer Simpson would look like if he were a real human being. I need you to look at each of these images so that I won't be the only witness to this horror. My 3D re-imagining of what Homer Simpson would look like in real life. pic.twitter.com/NVkyO65ItC — Miguel Vasquez (@Itsmiketheboxer) August 17, 2018 I don't know if it's the bulging eyes, the forehead veins, or the cartoonish proportions of his head that upsets me the most, or if it's just the whole thing altogether? SEE ALSO: Why 'The Simpsons' creator refused to watch 'Game of Thrones' while making his new show This isn't the first re-imagining of an iconic cartoon character that Vasquez has done. He has also created real life versions of <em> </em> <em>Spongebob Squarepants</em>, Courage the Cowardly Dog, the boys from <em>Ed, Edd n Eddy</em>, among many others. Now, if you'll excuse me I will be watching videos of Emperor Tamarin monkeys to cleanse my brain.
The Thames Valley Police tweeted a picture of a fake drive's licence that was given to one of their officers by a motorist.