The new Netflix original animated series comes from 'The Simpsons' creator Matt Groening.
Netflix are really ramping up their original content in the coming months, and will be bringing adult animated series 'Disenchantment' from Matt Groening to viewers a little later this year. Following the adventures of the rebellious Princess Bean and her two companions Elfo and Luci (an elf and demon), the series will see the unlikely trio go up against all manner of fairytale creatures on a journey of self discovery.
The gorgeous art style used in the show was something showcased this weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, when Netflix dropped the first official full-length trailer for the show. You can check it out below:
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It's the latest animated adult comedy from 'The Simpsons' creator.
A new animated fantasy series from Matt Groening entitled 'Disenchantment' is set to hit Netflix in 2018 and it's chock full of the kind of adult humour you'd expect from the award-winning writer. Who needs 'Game of Thrones' when you've got a colourful world of trolls, ogres and rebellious princesses?
Matt Groening at Fox casino party
He's the creator of the epic adult cartoons 'The Simpsons' and 'Futurama' but now Matt Groening has a new project coming to life next year in partnership with Netflix. 'Disenchantment' is a twenty-episode adventure about a booze-loving princess called Bean, her best friend Elfo and her pet demon Luci. It's set in the fictional world of Dreamland, and - according to Netflix - features 'ogres, sprites, harpies, imps, trolls, walruses and lots of human fools'.
Matt Groening answered questions at San Diego Comic-Con
Long-running funny show, The Simpsons, has reportedly been asked to curb some of its content by executives at 21st Century Fox, creator Matt Groening has revealed. The genius behind the longest running scripted show in broadcast history revealed he has been asked to ease up on jokes about Fox News.
The Simpsons has been asked to curn their jokes about Fox News
The Simpsons has previously said the cable news network was 'No. 1 with racists.'
Fans of 'The Simpsons' will soon be able to enjoy Homer’s favourite beer.
If you’ve ever wanted to know what it feels like to drink like Homer Simpson be prepared to get very excited, as an official Duff beer is finally hitting the market! 21st Century Fox has announced that from next week the company will start selling the Duff branded beer in Chile, before expanding to the rest of the world.
Duff beer will soon be on sale for all, now all you’ll need is a couch.
After next week's launch the company plans to bring to the beer to other parts of South America and Europe by early 2016. Previously Fox has been selling the Duff branded beer at theme parks but it has not yet been released on the commercial market.
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Sam Simon was one of the beloved show's first developers alongside Matt Groening and James L. Brooks.
‘The Simpsons’ has remembered its executive producer Sam Simon with a touching tribute on its most recent episode.
Simon, who passed away on March 8th following a battle with cancer, was credited variously as a co-developer and executive producer during his long association with the beloved animated series. The Sunday March 15th episode featured a black and yellow message at the end, saying “One of the greatest comic minds ever” followed by “Thank you, Sam”.
'The Simpsons' paid tribute to one of its first developers Sam Simon
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Lisa channels Princess Elsa in the festive opening of the long running animated series.
The 'Simpsons' have let us in on their festive couch gag, ahead of the show's special Christmas themed episode which airs on Fox this Sunday (December 7th). Fans of the series will certainly not be disappointed by the special opening, which references a little Disney movie that we hear is pretty popular.
'The Simpsons's' famous couch gets a Frozen makeover this Christmas
The entire opening sequence of the famous series has been given a Christmas makeover for the special episode, with Springfield shown covered in snow and Bart writing lines of ‘Reindeer does not taste like chicken’.
Can you believe ‘The Simpsons’ has been on our screens for 25 years?
‘The Simpsons’ came alive at the Hollywood Bowl on Friday night (September 12th), as the series celebrated its 25th anniversary with live music, cast performances and some very special guests. Creator Matt Groening kicked off proceedings at the first of three events, which will celebrate the long running Fox animation.
'The Simpsons' cast hasn't aged at all in 25 years
The event was hosted by Hank Azaria, who’s best known to ‘Simpsons’ fans as the voice of characters such as Moe the bartender, police Chief Wiggum and Apu the Kwik-E-Mart owner.
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Will you watch them all? Obviously not.
Mecca for Simpsons fans has arrived, no pilgrimage necessary. The utopian moments that is a 25-season marathon kicks off at 10 a.m. ET with the movie sandwiched in-between it all. It’s probably an irresponsible move from FXX, as you can pretty much guarantee some fantastic attention seeker will attempt to stay up for 12 days straight armed to the teeth with Mountain Dew and Cheetos (or Freetos) and inevitably perish.
You could try and play The Simpsons drinking game while attempting to stay up throughout the marathon, but considering that involves drinking every time Homer does, we can’t advise it on health grounds. Also, you’ll perish.
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Good news for fans of Springfield's favourite family; every episode of The Simpsons is to be made available online.
American cable network FXX struck a deal last year to buy the rights to the longest-running primetime animated series, and have now revealed that they plan to put the whole Simpsons archive online in what they have dubbed "Simpsons World". The on-demand service will give subscribers instant access to the whole back catalogue of episodes, as well as exclusive content and allow fans to create their own playlists and search a database for their favourite quotes from the show.
"Woo hoo!" is what many Simpsons fans will surely be saying in reaction to this news
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Is Krusty The Clown going to die?
Speaking at a Television Critics Association panel on Sunday, Simpsons show runner Al Jean has all but confirmed the impending death on The Simpsons will see either Bart’s favourite clown, Herschel Shmoikel Pinchas Yerucham Krustofski (better known as Krusty The Clown) meet his maker. Or it might be the depressed entertainer’s father, Rabbi Hyman Krustofski.
Krusty The Clown
Jean said the clues were “obvious”, eluding a gasping audience towards an episode entitled “A Clown in The Dumps”. Of course, that could mean Krusty’s perennial sadness is exacerbated by the death of his father. And for anyone claiming Krustofski isn’t a "major character"… well you’d be right. But Jean did recently admit that the Springfield resident who dies isn't "iconic".
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