An analysis of The Simpsons as a cultural phenomenon, paying particular attention to its genre, form and place in the television schedule. – The Reality Warp I wrote this while studying my at media studies at university and wanted to share it with you guys. It was grossly under-marked in my opinion and will hopefully receive a better reception on the world stage. A little long, but worth the read. Maybe someone will reference the blog in their work one day. That would be the dream wouldn’t it?
Futurama (TV Series 1999– The Simpsons The family was conceived by Groening shortly before a solicitation for a series of animated shorts with the producer James L. Brooks. Groening created a dysfunctional family and named the characters after members of his own family, substituting Bart for his own name. The shorts became a part of The Tracey Ullman Show on April 19, 1987. After a three-season run, the sketch was developed into a half-hour prime time show and was an early hit for Fox, becoming the network's first series to land in the Top 30 ratings in a season (1989–1990). Production The Tick THE TELEGRAPH.UK ‘Many people have criticised The Simpsons for its portrayal of the father as dumb, uneducated, weak in character and morally unprincipled, but at least he is there,’ he says. This reflects Matt Groening’s scepticism towards the idea of the perfect patriarch who makes everything right, as seen on series like The Cosby Show. The Simpsons represents a much more nuanced and more realistic view of life. No matter how much grief they cause one another, they always end up affirming their love for one another. In one cautionary episode, the Simpson children are taken away by the Child Welfare Board. The ghastliness of the morally upright Flanders family (‘I don’t judge Homer and Marge – that’s for a vengeful God to do,’ says Maude Flanders) and trendy social workers are contrasted with the cosy imperfections of their real parents.
South Park (TV Series 1997– 'The Simpsons' Explains Its Provocative Banksy Opening How did “The Simpsons” manage to track down Banksy, the pseudonymous British artist, and get him to create the powerful opening-credit sequence from Sunday’s episode, which seems to reveal the torturous sweatshop responsible for the show’s creation? And how, after all that mockery, have the producers behind that Fox animated series been able to retain their jobs? Al Jean, an executive producer and the longtime show runner of “The Simpsons,” pulled back another layer of the curtain and explained the stunt to ArtsBeat on Monday afternoon.
The Rose of Versailles WIKIPEDIA Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Simpson. Cet article ou cette section contient des informations sur une série télévisée en cours de production, programmée ou prévue. Le texte est susceptible de contenir des informations spéculatives et son contenu peut être nettement modifié au fur et à mesure de l’avancement de la série et des informations disponibles s’y rapportant. American Dad! (TV Series 2005– Banksy creates new Simpsons title sequence 11 October 2010Last updated at 08:43 UK graffiti artist Banksy has created a controversial title sequence for long-running US animation The Simpsons. The intro, which was shown in the US on Sunday, opens with the street artist's tag scrawled across the town of Springfield. It closes with a minute-long sequence showing dozens of sweatshop workers in a warehouse painting cartoon cells and making Simpsons merchandise.
The Real Ghost Busters Stéréotype vie Américaine Dans la série Les Simpson, la famille principale est le stéréotype des familles Américaines. Tous d’abord le stéréotype est un préjugé, un phénomène de société , qui classifie les individus selon une idée conçue. D’après l’INSEE, une famille est composée de deux personnes minimum soit : -un couple et leurs enfants -un adulte et son/ses enfants (famille monoparentale) Le stéréotype de la famille Américaine est une famille d’aux moins quatre personnes , issue de classe moyenne et vivant dans une maison individuelle de banlieue .