The Simpsons Arrive In China

Posted: Sep 8 2014, 1:38pm CDT | by , in News | Latest TV News

The Simpsons Arrive in China
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The Simpsons are invading China in an official deal.

There are sure lots of Chinese people that have seen The Simpsons, but now they can do it officially. Fox reached a deal with a Chinese media company named Soho to license all 26 seasons of The Simpsons. That is right. The Chinese audience will also see the new Simpsons season starting on September 28.

The Simpsons is licensed in over 180 countries and reaches over 190 million weekly viewers. It is crazy successful, because of things like Homer Simpson taking the Ice Bucket Challenge. Watch the clip below.

A month ago, Fox released a teaser for the new season with the question: Who will Die on the Season Premiere? It is still not clear who will die. Watch the trailer below.

There will also air on the same night a special Family Guy and Simpsons cross-over episode. So mark your calendar for September 28.

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