The shadow of the doubt and tragedy flies over the town of Springfield, after learning from the mouth of Al Jean, executive producer of the animated television series The Simpsons, and published by the entertainment website The Hollywood Reporter, that one of the characters will disappear forever at the series of television.
After this news, fans of the series, in shock, have entered in hysteria to try to figure out what character will die during the twenty-fifth season of the lives of these characters yellow.
As if Al Jean, after commenting that he is "working on an episode in which one of the characters dies", trying to dispel any doubt that there was about this terrible information, only managed to add fuel to the fire. Yes, Jean has made it clear that will not be none of the members of the Simpson family (Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie). That relieves some the stress, or maybe not.
Another of reassuring clues that gave us the producer of The Simpsons, you can see that the comment is ironically, is that the actor playing the character won an Emmy". This greatly reduces the list and closes the circle around a handful of characters.
There are several actors who have gotten an Emmy for their work. If we discard dubbing actors of the Simpson family, those left are: Julie Kavner (Patty and Selma), Kelsey Grammer (Sideshow Bob Actor), Dan Castellaneta (Abe Simpson, Willie, Barney, and Krusty) and Hank Azaria (Moe, Apu and Chief Wiggum). You just have to make bets and watch TV until the time when we have to say goodbye to one of these characters.
Not will be the first time in the series of The Simpsons that one of the characters dies. One of the first characters to dissapear was Maude Flanders, wife of Ned Flanders, after having a terrible accident falling from a platform, after Homer dodged a TShirt launched by a promoter from a cannon. Another recent deaths is that of gangster Fat Tony in season 22.