The Simpsons isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, but that hasn’t stopped the show’s creators from thinking about what could happen in the coming years.
In a new interview with Variety, Jon Favresa, the creator of The Simpsons, said that the animated show will not go away anytime soon.
“We’re still going to have a few years to do this,” Favreau said, when asked if he was considering the cancellation of the show.
“I mean, we’re still doing it.
It’s like, we’ve been doing it for 15 years.
It could be a year, a year and a half.
And it’s a wonderful thing.
I love it.
I want it to go on forever.”
He went on to say that he thinks “The Simpsons” could still be revived someday, but he said that it is “not something that’s really in the cards right now.”
It’s true that it’s hard to imagine the show going away any time soon, since the show has always been an enduring success.
“The way that it works is that the audience keeps watching, and the episodes keep getting made, and you can get a sense of a future that we could be having,” Favresas said.
“And I think that’s a really cool way to think about it.”
But that doesn’t mean that the show can’t change, and it’s not impossible for the show to be resurrected in the future.
The Simpsons has been in the news a lot lately, due to the suicide of the creator, Craig Thomas.
He took his own life after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and he had recently expressed concern that he might not be able to return to work after the show ended.
The show was also criticized recently after it was revealed that it was getting a new cast member in the form of Lisa Kudrow, the actress who played Selma Blair in the original series.