THE SIMPSONS – FUTURAMA Crossover and Character Death Planned This Season


The Wrap reports that this November The Simpsons will have a Futurama crossover that will feature voice actors Billy West, John DiMaggio, Katey Sagal, Maurice LaMarche, Phil LaMarr, Lauren Tom, and Tress MacNeille. There’s no word on how their characters will cross paths with the Simpson clan, but we’re just excited to see Matt Groening’s other creations brought back to life in some capacity. Maybe it could spark yet another comeback for the show that was cancelled by Fox but came back with straight to DVD films that were split up as episodes for Comedy Central. Fingers crossed.

Simpsons producer Al Jean also said that a character will die this season, offering the clue that the title for that episode will be “Clown in the Dumps,” and added that the actor who voices that character won an Emmy for his portrayal of the character. Most of the main cast have won Emmys for their work on the show, but if you look at the list of the show’s Emmy wins, it narrows the possibilities down quite a bit.

The season will also feature guest voices from Nick Offerman, Sarah Silverman, David Hyde Pierce, Jeffrey Ross, Matthew Sweet, Jane Fonda, and Willem Dafoe.

The new season of The Simpsons premieres on September 28th.

Via: Neatorama / io9

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