The Simpsons kick off season 33 with their first musical episode

The Simpsons kick off Season 33 with their first musical episode featuring guest star Kristen Bell with new details about Treehouse of Terror

The producers of The Simpsons revealed new details about their upcoming Season 33 at Comic-Con@Home on Sunday afternoon, revealing their first-ever musical episode.

The musical episode will serve as the season 33 premiere on Fox this fall, with special guest star Kristen Bell, according to Deadline.

The producers also revealed new details about their annual Treehouse of Terror Halloween episode, which will be “expanded” this year.

Musical: The Simpsons producers revealed new details about their upcoming Season 33 at Comic-Con@Home on Sunday afternoon, revealing their first-ever musical episode

Guest star: The musical episode will serve as the season 33 premiere on Fox this fall, with special guest star Kristen Bell, according to Deadline

Guest star: The musical episode will serve as the season 33 premiere on Fox this fall, with special guest star Kristen Bell, according to Deadline

The season 33 premiere is titled The Star of the Backstage and is, according to executive producer Matt Selman, “the most musical episode we’ve ever done.”

He added, “Like a Broadway musical of a wall-to-wall episode.”

Bell will take on the singing duties for Marge Simpson’s character, who is voiced by Julie Kavner.

Marge: Bell will take on the singing duties for Marge Simpson's character, voiced by Julie Kavner

Marge: Bell will take on the singing duties for Marge Simpson’s character, voiced by Julie Kavner

Executive producer Al Jean also revealed that the annual Halloween episode Treehouse of Terror will feature five segments instead of the traditional three.

One of the segments will find Moe the bartender (Hank Azaria) who may be finding romance in his life.

Another segment follows the “greatest tragedy Homer (Dan Castenella) has ever witnessed,” guest starring Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloom.

Tragedy: Another segment follows the

Tragedy: Another segment follows the “greatest tragedy Homer (Dan Castenella) has ever witnessed,” starring Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloom as a guest star

Selman also teased a two-part episode that aired in November entitled “A Serious Flanders.”

The episode is described as “an epic love letter to the show Fargo and the world of streaming television.”

The episode will feature several guest stars such as Timothy Olyphant (Fargo), Cristin Milioti (Made for Love), and Brian Cox (Succession).

Two-Part: Selman also teased a two-part episode that aired in November titled 'A Serious Flanders'

Two-Part: Selman also teased a two-part episode that aired in November titled “A Serious Flanders”

The Simpsons returns for its record 33rd season with its season premiere airing September 26 on Fox.

The show has already been renewed for a 34th season on Fox.

The Comic-Con@Home panel was moderated by Yeardley Smith (who voices Lisa Simpson) plus EP David Silverman, writer EP Carolyn Omine, director Mike B. Anderson and assistant director Debbie Mahan.

Premiere: The Simpsons returns for its record 33rd season with its season premiere airing September 26 on Fox

Premiere: The Simpsons returns for its record 33rd season with its season premiere airing September 26 on Fox

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