The Simpson's house has been completely destroyed in new series
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The Simpsons is back, and fans can finally get their much-anticipated fix from one of Springfield's most chaotic families.
Clearly showing no signs of slowing down since its debut way back when in 1989, the beloved cartoon program has just dropped the trailer for its brand-new 35th season.
Now an impressive 34 seasons and 750 episodes in, The Simpsons is still one of Fox’s highest-rated shows, yet the latest sneak peek into the latest season sees the iconic Simpson household completely destroyed. Check out the new trailer here:
The jam-packed trailer shows a whole compilation of teaser clips from future episodes of the latest season, with a load of familiar faces and locations taking center stage - one of which is the famed 742 Evergreen Terrace residence.
The trailer effectively builds up to the highly climactic moment when a '5, 4, 3, 2, 1' countdown is narrated by none other than Mr
Burns before the Springfield abode is blown up into nothing more than a cloud of smoke and rubble.
Amidst the quick-paced scenes reads the overlay text: "Get ready for a spectacular return of The Simspons."
The whole thing is incredibly over-stimulating - and that's an understatement.
While the domestic destruction may come as a shock to some viewers, fans will be happy to know the voice actors, including the likes of Dan Castellaneta as Homer, Julie Kavner as Marge, Nancy Cartwright as Bart, and Yeardley Smith as Lisa, will all be reprising their respective roles.
Not only that, but Simpsons lovers can also look forward to dozens upon dozens of new episodes after famed Simpson's writer and current co-showrunner, Matt Selman, tweeted that both seasons 35 and 36 had a combined total of 51 episodes between them.
That's some binge-worthy content right there.
It's clear fans are quite literally at the edge of their couches with one YouTube user writing: "This season looks fun af."
A second joked: "Wonder what they will predict this time?!"
"Oooooo can't wait to watch!!" penned a third.
A fourth claimed: "There’s defo a lot of clips here from a Halloween Treehouse of Horror."
A final YouTube user added: "The Simpsons is back baby!"
It sure is.
Just in time for spooky season, The Simpsons season 35 is set to premiere on 1 October.