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SIMPSONS Character Scheduled to Die in Season 26, Plus FUTURAMA Crossover

SIMPSONS Character Scheduled to Die in Season 26, Plus FUTURAMA Crossover

Season 26 is going to be quite eventful for the The Simpsons. According to Entertainment Weekly, there's both good news and bad news. The good news is that there will be a Futurama crossover. The bad news is that Springfield will have one less citizen.

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The Simpsons executive producer Al Jean promised fans an emotional story back in October; however, he didn't reveal too much. At that point, not even the actor knew his character was going to die soon. Even so, Jean dropped two hints: the actor who voiced this character claimed an Emmy for his/her performance in the role and the character has appeared in more than two episodes. The episode is slated for the season premiere on Sept 28.

Fans of The Simpsons will get an emotional pick-me-up come Nov 9 when the Futurama/Simpsons crossover is scheduled to air. Cast members from the cancelled 31st-century will get the chance to reprise their roles. Actors include Billy West, John DiMaggio, Katey Sagal, Phil LaMarr, Lauren Tom, Maurice LaMarche, and Tress MacNeille. In this episode, Bender travels back in time to kill Bart because his actions in the present carry heavy repercussions for the future.

The Simpsons can also be found crossing into the world of Family Guy during their season premiere.


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