This area provides a full scope of broadcast scheduling for The Simpsons in the United States. Show times are provided for network airings (minus one hour for central and mountain zones).
For a comprehensive list of American & Canadian stations showing episodes in syndication, consult the Syndication Stations & Times list.
|April 27 What to Expect When Bart's Expecting (SABF14)|
|Bart's attempt to use a voodoo doll on his art teacher gets her pregnant, and soon Bart is wanted by couples trying to have a baby - and someone who is trying to get a racehorse to conceive|
|SATURDAY, May 3 Homerland (RABF20)|
|Homer attends a nuclear power convention with Lenny and Carl, but when he returns separately and stops eating pork chops and drinking beer, Lisa thinks that he has been brainwashed by terrorists who want him to destroy the nuclear plant|
|May 4 550th EPISODE Brick Like Me (RABF21)|
|Homer falls asleep...and wakes up in a word where everything, and everyone, is made of Lego blocks (gee, you don't think this has anything to do with the upcoming release of a Simpsons House Lego set, do you?)|
|May 11 Pay Pal (SABF15)|
|When Homer offends the new neighbors, Marge pledges never to become friends with another couple again...until Lisa promises the same thing|
|May 18 SEASON FINALE The Yellow Badge of Cowardge|
With a little help from Nelson taking out pre-race favorite Milhouse, Bart wins the annual
Springfield Elementary "Last Day of School Race Around the School", but doesn't feel proud of it;
when the town gets rid of the July 4 fireworks show, Homer tries to bring it back
No, they didn't air "The Man Who Came to Be Dinner" this season, did they?
|May 25 PRE-EMPTED|
|Fox is airing the NASCAR Coca-Coca 600 automobile race (local programming airs after the race in the west)|
Twentieth Television, the United States syndication distributor of
The Simpsons, terminated its "barter" scheduling of the series in
1999. Accordingly, stations showing the series in syndication now
possess full control over local scheduling, making national
listings a thing of the past.
Regrettably, we cannot provide listings for the hundreds of stations
now independently programming the syndicated airings in their local
markets. Fans should instead refer to online television listings
services such as
TV Guide for local information.
For a handy list of syndication stations in the United States and
Canada, also see Ben Tegarden's
Syndication Stations and Times
Scheduling information for international broadcasters is available
from the following web sites. If you know of any international
scheduling data on the internet that has been overlooked here,
Please send e-mail only if you know of a web page that has the actual scheduling information for episodes. Do not simply include the address of the network's home page.
This is not intended to be a list of every network in the world that shows The Simpsons - just a list of the sites that list their upcoming episodes.
Last updated on April 21, 2014 by Don Del Grande (email@example.com)