THE Simpsons fans will be delighted to discover the show, which is already the longest-running scripted comedy, will be returning again.
Bosses of the American show have revealed that there is another record on the horizon as they renew it for two more seasons.
The Simpsons will be back for two more seasonsCredit: THE SIMPSONS ™ and �2015 TCFFC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.CR: FOX
Creator of The Fox animated comedy Matt Groening has announced that the show will continue on to season 34.
This takes The Simpsons over a huge 750 episode benchmark, which total up to a massive 275 hours of viewing without the ad breaks.
“Everyone at The Simpsons is thrilled to be renewed once more, and we are planning lots of big surprises,” Groening said.
“Homer will lose a hair, Milhouse will get contact lenses and Bart will celebrate his tenth birthday for the thirty-third time.”
Bosses confirmed it will run until season 34Credit: 20th Century Fox
While speaking at the Television Critics Association tour this week, executive producer James L Brooks shared his delight.
“My biggest move was in the very beginning when I decided to never uncross my fingers,” he joked of their success.
The recent 32nd season saw a huge transition for the show, which recast characters of colour who had previously been voiced by white actors.
Last year, a spokesperson for the show confirmed the policy that they “will not longer have white actors voice non-white characters”.
Recent policy changes stopped white actors voicing non-white charactersCredit: Fox Network
Alex Desert took over the role of Homer’s co-worked Carl Carlson, while Kevin Michael Richardson replaced Harry Shearer as Dr Hibbert.
The current 32nd season has been one of tremendous transition for the show, as it moved to recast characters of colour who had previously been voiced by white actors.
The Simpsons is available to watch on Disney+ in the US and the UK.