The Simpsons will keep on going and going.
Fox has announced that the long-running show will be running for even longer as the network has renewed it for another two seasons. Homer, Marge and their family are currently in their 26th season, and by the time the next two are finished the show will have amassed 625 episodes, according to Fox.
The network released a “statement” from Homer Simpson: “I’ve outlasted Letterman, Jon Stewart and ‘McDreamy,’ because I have something they don’t: a costly 200-donut-a-day addiction.”
For some perspective on the show’s incredible longevity, Entertainment Weekly reported that “it would take you 12 days (including commercial breaks) to watch every episode—all 574 of them—through this current season.”
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