During its investor day call, where a lot of details about the upcoming Disney+ streaming service were revealed, the Walt Disney Company also announced that one of 21st Century Fox's most beloved creations will soon have a new streaming home. Following Walt Disney Company's acquisition of Fox, all 30 seasons of The Simpsons will live exclusively on the new streaming service once it launches in November.

The Simpsons' 30th season is currently airing on the Fox broadcast network, and Agnes Chu, Senior Vice President of content for Disney+, said that it will be "the exclusive streaming video on demand home for this global hit." Once Disney Plus launches on November 12, all 30 seasons – containing 662 episodes spanning the period from December 1989 to May 2019 – will be available to stream for subscribers.

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The Simpsons will join other exclusive Disney+ hits such as Star Wars: The Mandalorian, three new Marvel series and so much more. During the presentation, Disney said the streaming service may also come bundled with Hulu and ESPN+, making it a complete service hosting hosting some of the most popular content.

Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will also want to subscribe, as all of the movies will exclusively be available on Disney+, beginning with Captain Marvel and presumably including Avengers: Endgame as well.

Whether it's charting Bart's journey, Lisa's excellence, Homer's antics or any of the supporting casts, Disney+ looks to be the place for every Simpsons fan. Would The Simpsons be enough for you to subscribe to Disney+ at $7/month, or $70/year? Let us know in the comments below!