Why ‘The Simpsons’ Is Back On The Air Again: 5 Reasons You Should Buy ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Now

It’s the latest season of “The Simpsons,” the hit animated sitcom that has been at the center of a national controversy over a slew of sexual misconduct allegations.

The show’s stars, along with several prominent figures in the entertainment industry, including “Saturday Night Live” host Amy Poehler, “Hamilton” musical director Michael Clayton, and “Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan, have come forward to deny allegations of sexual assault and harassment.

Here are five reasons you should buy it now.


“The Big Bad” is back on TV The new season of the hit show returns to the air Wednesday with “The Bads” episode airing in just over two weeks.

The “Bads” has been a favorite of fans since its initial season in 1989, when creator Matt Groening first made it the centerpiece of a satirical riff on pop culture, and its long-running popularity has fueled the show’s popularity.

“Bubs,” “The Muppets,” “Bugs Bunny,” “King of the Hill” and other classic sitcoms have also made it their own shows.


The Big Bang theory is back in the spotlight Groening has always been a big proponent of “big-thinking” ideas and this season he’s given us more of it.

His “The Bachelor” and “Bachelor in Paradise” are back in production and have been joined by “The Mentalist,” “Mad Men,” “Criminal Minds,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “True Detective,” “Gilmore Girls” and more.


You can watch ‘The Bats’ again for the first time since its finale Groening and co-creator Justin Roiland said in January that they planned to return to the show for the third season, but the episode was delayed in January due to the ongoing investigation into allegations of misconduct against the showrunners.

It’s unclear whether the episode will return for the season finale, but fans are hoping for a second season.


The ‘Big Bang’ revival is a big deal The new episodes of “Bets” have already grossed more than $20 million for Roiland and Groening.

So why are they bringing back the show?

“The big bang is so much more than just a musical, it’s a way of understanding the universe,” Groening said in a statement after the season premiere.

“When we started the show, we were thinking about how this universe would look.

This is how the universe works.”


You won’t have to wait to buy “The New Celebrity Apprentice” Groening is returning as the host of “Celebrity Apprentice,” the reality TV competition series that has a strong fan base.

Fans can expect a more traditional sitcom feel this season, with the show focused on social commentary and humor.


‘Big bang’ will be on hiatus for the time being “The best and most successful animated show on television, ‘The New Big Bang,’ is coming to an end for a good reason,” Groenings tweeted.

“It is a major reason for me to step down from hosting and am taking time to focus on my life.”


Groening’s ‘Big Bats,’ ‘Bubs’ and ‘Hamilton’ return as musicals The musical “Hamilton,” starring Broadway’s Andrew Lloyd Webber and the musical group “The Bronx Bombers,” returns for its 10th season on Thursday night.

The new version of the musical is a continuation of the show that began in 2001 with the original Broadway production of “Big Bets.”

“Bats,” the most recent season, is about the life of a young boy and his quest for a better life.


Groenlings ‘Big Babies’ are coming back in 2017 The new “Bubbles” season will see Groening bring back his hit comedy “Big Babys,” the show with a similar premise to “The Best of Big Bang,” with a new cast of characters.

Groinses original musical “The Babymakers” also returns in 2017, and it follows the life and death of a family.

“I love the ‘Big Bubbles,’ the baby makers, who come out of a blue sky and are all about the little babies, and they’re just so funny,” Groins said in an interview with Variety.


‘Bates Motel’ is back for season 3 Groening, who co-created the show as part of a syndication deal with ABC in 2014, is still producing it, with series creator David Schwimmer taking on the lead role.

“We are so thrilled to be able to continue to develop the story of this story and to explore it further,” the new season’s narrator, Michael Moore, said in the official press release.

“And I think we’re doing that with the most talented, talented team I’ve ever been on,” he added.


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