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Should Season 25 be the last season

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    thephantom

    [1]Sep 12, 2013
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    Do you think the show should end after next season or do you want it to continue?

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    ayranci2

    [2]Sep 13, 2013
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    I still love this show and to be honest, I like all seasons but I think this show should end. They are really running out of ideas (Examples: Moe Goes from Rags to Riches, Lisa Goes Gaga, Love is a Many Splintered Thing, What Animated Women Want). Every show needs to end. I don't think season 25 will be the last season because The Simpsons/Futurama might be season 26 premire. That means there will probablybeseason 26 but I hope this crossover isseason 25 finaleand the last The Simpsons episode.

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    stephtjang

    [3]Sep 16, 2013
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    I completely agree
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    WatchesVIDS

    [4]Sep 18, 2013
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    im sorry but I wish the simpsons will go on until season 30

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    Raccoon1459

    [5]Sep 29, 2013
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    The series has gotten pretty lifeless as of late, so yes. Just my opinion
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    waterlady03

    [6]Oct 2, 2013
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    Yes, it steered away from the original gags that made The Simpsons the show it is. I would blame it on the competition the show has with Family Guy and the other cartoon sitcoms on Fox, but I'm not one who points fingers.

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    Gatorsrule6

    [7]Oct 4, 2013
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    I suppose this thread doesn't matter anymore. The Simpsons has been renewed for season 26.

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    thephantom

    [8]Oct 5, 2013
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    Gatorsrule6 wrote:


    I suppose this thread doesn't matter anymore. The Simpsons has been renewed for season 26.


    Only 1 episode of season 25 has aired and the show is already renewed? That surprises me. I thought they said the show is no longer profitable

    Edited on 10/05/2013 11:31am
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    Gatorsrule6

    [9]Oct 5, 2013
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    It is profitable. It just isn't as profitable as it would be in syndication. Something to do with the syndication contracts. Maybe they adjusted those, and maybe FOX just is trying to do the "good" thing by helping The Simpsons out. Who knows, but it will be renewed for season 26.

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    thephantom

    [10]Oct 5, 2013
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    Gatorsrule6 wrote:

    It is profitable. It just isn't as profitable as it would be in syndication. Something to do with the syndication contracts. Maybe they adjusted those, and maybe FOX just is trying to do the "good" thing by helping The Simpsons out. Who knows, but it will be renewed for season 26.



    I heard they have plans to take the show to cable networks for syndication
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    Raccoon1459

    [11]Oct 9, 2013
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    I'm starting to think that The Simpsons are invulnerable to cancellation.
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    simpspin

    [12]Oct 9, 2013
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    Raccoon1459 wrote:
    I'm starting to think that The Simpsons are invulnerable to cancellation.


    You can't kill something that's creatively dead.
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    kcs_niagara_usa

    [13]Dec 19, 2013
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    HERE is the thing



    2 points:



    1. IF it makes $ it will tough to cancel.


    ESPECIALLY it could tease ....to goto another network


    and then have some GEMs of the first season on the new ------ ( ie Comedy central)


    to teach fox a lesson



    2


    say if it last 43 seasons...and a final third movie...


    that VAST of a library, would make you UNABLE to KNOW


    re,ember each episode... ANd as you type in 2014 season 25


    SUCKs..... YOU may FIND yourSELF watching the


    SAME EPISODE a decade later, as some thing of genius...


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