A few weeks ago, the world was buzzing about the return of “The Simpsons Season 6” episode titled “The Day After Tomorrow” that ended with a bang.
With the show’s 10th season ending just a few weeks away, we now have our first look at the episode.
As part of NBC’s celebration of The Simpsons season 10 premiere, the network has posted a new episode titled, “The Show After Tomorrow.”
While it’s unclear what exactly happens to the episode when it airs on May 23, the showrunners have confirmed that a “big bang” will occur as the season 10 episode airs.
While The Simpsons airs on Sundays at 10 p.m.
ET/PT on NBC, “Treme” airs Mondays at 9 p.ms.
The showrunners did not specify when the “Big Bang” episode will air.
In the first teaser trailer for “The Big Bang,” the episode features Homer and his friends at a party celebrating the return to Springfield from their extended vacation.
The episode is set on May 22, which would be two weeks before the premiere of the season.
The Simpsons has seen its share of cliffhangers, and it’s never been more important for the series to keep fans on the edge of their seats.
“Trial by Fire” was a huge cliffhanger for season 10, but the episode was never released to the public.
But now, fans will finally get a clear look at what will happen if a character, such as Marge, is killed off in the episode’s finale.
It will be great to see The Simpsons continue to surprise fans with a big bang when it premieres May 23 on NBC.
But for now, it’s safe to say that The Simpsons will likely never get a big ending in the show.