A fictional show about a family of suburban housewives who run a remote-control-equipped entertainment business in Springfield, Illinois, may be a little too realistic.
The Simpsons is a comedy franchise that takes place in Springfield and is widely regarded as one of the most successful animated television shows of all time.
But for some viewers, the show’s realistic portrayal of suburban living may seem to be too realistic, and the fictional show’s creator has spoken out about his desire to make his own version of the fictional town, The Simpsons: The Movie.
In a new interview with MTV News, Simpsons creator Matt Groening said that his show’s fictional town of Springfield is based on real people who have been living there for generations.
“They’re the real-life people, and they’re still alive, but it’s not the way we do things,” Groening told MTV News in a recent interview.
“I think the Simpsons is very realistic in the way that they have all the things that you would imagine a real-world town would have like a small community and a large shopping mall and all that stuff, but they’re not.
The people are real and they still live in their houses, they still work, they’ve got kids, they go to church.”
So I think that’s the thing that makes the Simpsons so great, that it’s a real place that people live in.
“The Simpsons: Live at the Museum is currently on tour around the country.
It is set to premiere on the Fox network on April 3.
In the interview, Groening also said he wanted to create a television show that would “tell the story of the real world, of people living there.””
If you look at the real life people, it’s very hard to make them realistic, so I think I wanted to do a realistic version of Springfield that people would feel like they were living in, and that would be the show that the audience would really care about,” Groaning said.”
The Simpsons has a lot of real life things going on that I think people really love.
But I also want to have a fictional town where people are actually real people living their lives, and it’s their show that I wanted people to feel like was real, that they were paying attention to.