Watch Every Single Episode Of The Simpsons, In A Row

Watch Every Single Episode Of The Simpsons, In A Row

Here is a PSA for all of you fine Kotaku readers: starting today at 10am Eastern (midnight AEST), FXX is broadcasting every single episode of The Simpsons, non-stop. Every single one.

Since there are 552 episodes of The Simpsons — plus a movie — this will take around 12 days. You can see the full schedule here.

So whether you're a longtime Simpsons fan or just want to see what all of the fuss has been about, here is your chance to catch up on classic episodes like Homer The Great, Lemon of Troy, and 22 Short Films About Springfield. Really, all of seasons 2-12 are must-watch episodes, so you should probably plan on taking off from tonight through Tuesday.

(Some other personal favourites: Lisa's Substitute, And Maggie Makes Three, Who Shot Mr Burns, Homer's Enemy, Flaming Moe's, Homer And Apu, Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala(Annoyed Grunt)cious)

This is all to celebrate the release of The Simpsons World on FX Now later this year, which will let cable subscribers watch any episode of The Simpsons whenever they'd like.


    I don't have Poxtel, but I am curious about whether FX is doing the same thing here. DO we even have FX?

      Nope, This is a PSA for a Simpsons marathon happening on an American cable channel. As to why Kotaku felt the need to inform us Aussies about it, I have no idea.

        I was going to say the same thing, we can't watch this so why mention it?

        I know that a lot of the U.S. articles are automatically cross-posted by bots, but this has been edited to add the AEST time reference, so I guess a human somewhere reviewed it.

        Someone literally looked at it and said "yeah fuck it, I don't care enough to even think about whether this should be posted to Oz. "...

    'Cause we're king of the pirates, I guess?

    I guess you could stream this channel on the net?

    I've already done this. Not without breaks mind you but I watched nothing but The Simpsons every day until I'd finished all 24 seasons (it was mid 2013).

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