Giants like Disney and NBCUniversal have been locked in the horns of a business problem known as the innovator's dilemma.
A YouTube producer trying to create a parody of ‘The Simpsons’ found out that Apu is being phased out of the show. While many will miss Apu, others reflect on what his character represents – a flat stereotype of South Asian immigrants.
Recent rumours of Apu's demise may be exaggerated but his presence has been slowly written out of 'The Simpsons,' and many feel it is time for the stereotyped Indian-American character to go.
Expectations were high for the latest project from the creator of The Simpsons.
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In an era of fast news, The Simpsons' slow satire continues to reveal new truths about America.
The Simpsons, but not as you know them. Jude Henshall in Mr Burns.
Mr Burns is a dazzling meditation on the meaning of theatre through The Simpsons.
Homer Simpson visits the Sydney Opera House in a promotional video ahead of Matt Groening’s visit to Australia this week.
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The subtlety laced with satire that graced earlier shows has been replaced by a brash, carelessness. And Homer, while always loud-mouthed, is now positively abusive. After 28 seasons, is it time for The Simpsons' creators to call it a day?