The mind of Matt Groening might dream up an all-new series for Netflix if the Simpsons creator and the streaming service can come to an agreement. Though details are non-existent publicly, it’s expected […]
Netflix appears poised to continue its remarkable streak of original programming by collaborating with Simpsons and Futurama creator Matt Groening to develop a new animated series.
Matt Groening, “The creator of ‘The Simpsons,’ is in talks with Netflix to develop an animated series,” according to one of the best reporters on the Hollywood beat, Variety’s managing editor for TV, Cynthia Littleton. Littleton’s story continues, “Details of...
Throughout 2016, Netflix plans to roll out 28 completely new shows alongside five feature films, a clear indication that the company is dead serious about fleshing out its already impressive library of original and exclusive content....Show More Summary
Streaming service has already green lit 20 episodes.
Matt Groening, the man behind The Simpsons and Futurama, may just bring his influential brand of animated comedy to the world of streaming TV. Variety reports that Groening is in talks to make an animated series for Netflix. Groening's project would join the likes of BoJack Horseman and F Is for Family on the... More »
Simpsons creator Matt Groening is in talks with Netflix for a new animated series, but Variety reports that the details are still being kept under wraps. “Netflix is …Read More
As the creator of The Simpsons and Futurama — two of the most beloved animated series of… well, ever — Matt Groening‘s name will always loom large in pop culture. And now he’s preparing to add one more show to his already impressive legacy. Show More Summary
As reported by Variety, Matt Groening - the creator of The Simpsons and Futurama - is in talks with Netflix to produce a new animated series that would last for at least two seasons of 10 episodes.
By creating The Simpsons, Matt Groening ushered in not just a TV show, but a cultural icon. And then he created one of the smartest shows ever in Futurama. Now, he has the chance to go three for three.Click To Continue Reading
LOS ANGELES — Netflix may be adding another big name to its growing roster. Matt Groening, the creator behind hit shows The Simpsons and Futurama, is in talks for an animated series for Netflix, Variety first reported Friday. Representatives...Show More Summary
He gave us The Simpsons and Futurama—but it’s been years since Life in Hell author Matt Groening has spawned a brand new cartoon series. Now he’s in talks with Netflix about writing and creating something. But what is it? And could it live up to Futurama’s legacy of erudite weirdness? Read more...
Matt Groening will follow up "The Simpsons" and "Futurama" with an all-new animated comedy on Netflix.
Variety is reporting that The Simpsons creator Matt Groening has entered into talks with Netflix, with an eye toward developing a new animated series for the streaming service. With nobody talking on the record, further details on the...Show More Summary
The mystery series would be Matt Groening's follow-up to 'Futurama' and 'The Simpsons.' read more
Netflix is teaming with the co-creator of one of the most iconic broadcast animated comedy series. I’ve learned that the Internet network is in talks with The Simpsons co-creator/executive producer Matt Groening for a new animated series. Details...Show More Summary
While this ATP wasn't quite up there with the likes of those curated by My Bloody Valentine or Matt Groening from days gone by, it's near flawless musical policy is to be admired
Vermeer, Koons, Dali, Simpsons cartoonist Matt Groening — these famous artists have a surprising common interest. Gluten. Once you realize the scope of gluten's role in classical and contemporary art, it's hard to imagine your favorite works without bread, pasta and glistening fields of wheat. Show More Summary
Matt Groening is literally living a Joni Mitchell song... his neighbor paved paradise and put up a parking lot, and he's pissed. Matt is enraged one of his neighbors is taking an ax to four 100-year-old pine trees, which he says are...
Early in the commentary track for “Miracle On Evergreen Terrace,” Matt Groening mentions that Christmas-themed episodes make him nervous, because they tend to be crappy. (“I’m a hateful, bitter guy,” he adds.) That’s surprising, considering The Simpsons has gone to the yuletide well a few times—14 specifically, according to the Simpsons wiki. Show More Summary