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This year marks the 30th anniversary of The Simpsons show? Before its 1989 TV debut, The Simpsons first appeared on The Tracey Ullman Show in 1987? It started out as a series of animated shorts ranging from 20 to 30-seconds long to a total of 48 TV segments. The most jarring aspects of these shorts were how different they were as compared to the TV show. The character designs featured jagged and irregular lines. They had pointy heads, bright yellow skin, and blue-colored hair. During development, producer, James L. Brooks asked the help of cartoonist, Matt Groening. He proposed a new story for a dysfunctional family that's "lovable in a mutant sort of way". The character designs were also changed for the better. Thank God!
As it stands today, the show is already at its 30th season with more than 600 episodes. Other shows in the same vein have come out since. Shows like King of the Hill, Family Guy, and more recently, American Dad. While all these were great, none was as impactful a show as The Simpsons was. It was a show that defined the whole 90s cartoons landscape back then. With more than 600 episodes in its belt, it might seem like a daunting entry to any prospective newcomer. Thanks to the Internet, you can watch The Simpsons online with the sources available for it. It's going to take a while before you catch up, but it will be worth the ride.
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