The Simpsons News: A MIRACLE FOR THE YELLOW FAMILY FANS

 

We recently had the excellent news that a new short film from The Simpsons, with Loki as a guest, featured the return of some of the original Latin voices. The original cast had returned after 16 years to lend their voices once again to their iconic characters in an exclusive Disney + short.

Now, it is confirmed that the original voices did not only return for this short of the streaming platform. If not, the cast will return to their voices from season 32 of The Simpsons. They have even released a video where we can appreciate the return of the actors Humberto Vélez, Claudia Motta and Patricia Acevedo.

THE EXPECTED RETURN OF THE VOICES OF THE SIMPSONS

Although the return of these voice actors to The Simpsons should fill their fans with joy. There is also bad news and that is that actress Nancy McKenzie will not return to give voice to the matriarch of the family, Marge. In her place, Claudia Motta will be in charge of giving voice to both Marge and Bart.

There were already rumors that this would happen. The first hint was the short with Loki, but shortly after, the voice actress, Marina Huerta, who had voiced Marge and Bart in recent seasons, made a post on Facebook where she seemed to say goodbye to the dubbing in the series.

Now we have confirmation of the return of the original voices. According to the twitter of the voice actor, Tommy Rojas; Al Jean, the producer of The Simpsons, would have had something to do with the decision to return to the original voices. Would Disney also have reached out?

WILL IT BE ENOUGH TO SAVE THEM?

While the voice change that happened 16 years ago on The Simpsons caused him to lose many fans, the truth is that it was not the only cause of the decline. If this were the case, this perception of low quality would only be had in Latin America. However, in the networks there are many texts and videos that talk about how the series has declined, many put the tenth season as the last good of the series.

The modern humor of The Simpsons and its stories are far from those they had in their “golden age” of the first seasons. Perhaps under the command of Disney, things will change. We already have the original voices back, but will they be enough to bring the yellow family back to its old glories? At least I think they will be enough to generate curiosity about what is to come.

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