The Simpsons Death Note Special Release Date, Synopsis, and How to Watch?

Here’s how to watch and stream The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror XXXIII, which includes the highly anticipated Death Note parody, The Babadook, and more.

Whether it’s a parody of The Shining, a film in which teachers eat children, or a personal favorite, Homer 3D.

The long-running sitcom released Treehouse of Horror Presents: Not It, its take on the iconic Stephen King novel, last weekend.

Fans will soon be able to watch The Simpsons’ Death Note parody, so here’s how and where to watch and stream Treehouse of Horror XXXIII.

The Simpsons Death Note Special Release Date

On October 30, 2022, The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror XXXIII, which includes a Death Note parody, will be released.

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How to Stream The Simpsons’ Death Note Special

The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror XXXIII will premiere on FOX in the United States at 8 p.m. EST.

It’s unclear when it’ll air in the UK; according to The Simpsons Archive schedule, last year’s Treehouse of Horror will air on Sky Showcase on October 31 at 7:30 pm BST.

The Simpsons Death Note Special Characters

Death Note parody stills have been released on Twitter, with the DiscussingFilm account displaying each of the main characters in anime form.

It’s strange to see the Simpsons in anime style – done by DR Movie, the same company that worked on Death Note – especially without their trademark yellow skin. Though, of course, Bart as Ryuk is the most disturbing of all of them, and it’s both exciting and terrifying to think about how the episode will depict the events of the anime.

Though it’s not that difficult to imagine, as a clip from the episode has also been released on Twitter.

The video shows Lisa walking through what appears to be Springfield – though it appears to be more of a city – lamenting how humanity deserves to become extinct. The titular Death Note – dubbed the “Death Tome” in this context – then falls from the sky, stating that “Anyone whose name is written in this Death Tome will meet their death…and be dead.”

Finally, it appears that the plot of the episode will closely follow the anime, albeit with added Simpson’s humor, as evidenced by the episode poster.

The Simpsons Death Note special Synopsis

“In a book-themed trilogy, Marge’s resentment takes monstrous form, Lisa tries to save the planet through an anime murder spree, and in a segment that breaks, Matt Groening’s biggest rule: Homer learns he’s not the man he thought he was,” according to the episode’s official synopsis.

Twitter Users React to the Simpsons’ Death Note Parody

Seeing the Simpsons in such a different style will undoubtedly be jarring for some, particularly those who do not watch anime. Even people who watch anime enjoy making fun of it.

Naturally, many Twitter users have jokes about the released clips and stills, including acting as if the episode isn’t real and one user asking, “Why does anime always ruin everything?”

Naturally, many Twitter users have jokes about the released clips and stills, including acting as if the episode isn’t real and one user asking, “Why does anime always ruin everything?”

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