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“The Simpsons” Producer Says No More DVDs; Commentary & Bonuses Coming via Simpsons World

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Al Jean, longtime producer of The Simpsons, has stated on Twitter that there will be no more DVD releases of the famed cartoon, citing the “DVD market is dying” as the reason why Fox has discontinued them. The series skipped from season 17 to 20 on DVD, but seasons 18 and 19 and all subsequent seasons will not see the light of day. Mr. Jean did confirm that commentaries and deleted scenes from The Simpsons will still be produced and made available to fans, but only via the Simpsons World website.

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