Sportsbooks Offer Odds on The Simpsons During 34th Season

  • Grampa Simpson has +800 odds to die, with Montgomery Burns and Patty Bouvier next on the list at +1000 odds.
  • The show has -1000 odds to make it to Season 40, and -150 odds to make it to Season 50.

LAS VEGAS – The 34th season of The Simpsons premiered on September 25, 2022, prompting sportsbooks to offer betting odds on the show.

The Simpsons Odds – Next Character To Be Killed Off

  • Grampa Simpson +800
  • Monty Burns +1000
  • Patty Bouvier +1000
  • Ned Flanders +1200
  • Selma Bouvier +1200
  • Barney Gumble +1600
  • Carl Carlson +1600
  • Comic Book Guy +1600
  • Lenny Leonard +1600
  • Reverend Lovejoy +1600
  • Nelson Muntz +1800
  • Principal Skinner +1800
  • Groundskeeper Willie +2000
  • Milhouse Van Outen +2000
  • Sideshow Bob +2000
  • Chief Wiggum +2500
  • Krusty The Clown +2500
  • Mayor Quimby +2500
  • Moe Szyslak +2500
  • Maggie Simpson +3300
  • Marge Simpson +3300
  • Homer Simpson +4000
  • Bart Simpson +5000
  • Lisa Simpson +5000

Over the years, the show has seen characters come and go. The vast majority of characters have remained the same throughout the run of the show.

There have been changes, such as Apu Nahasapeemapetilon being removed from the show after allegations of cultural insensitivity, but the only permanent character death was that of Edna Krabappel.

Krabappel was written off the show when her voice actress, Marcia Wallace, passed away in 2013.

This gives these odds a bit of a darker tinge, but seeing as the favorite is voiced by 64-year-old Dan Castellaneta, who also voices Homer Simpson, we can safely say these odds likely do not amount to a real-life death pool.

The odds, posted at Bovada, have a few restrictions. They only apply to in-canon deaths, meaning that Treehouse of Horror episodes, which routinely see main cast members die in humorous and gruesome ways, do not count.

Betting On The Simpsons To Reach More Milestones

  • To Reach Season 40 With No Breaks -1000
  • To Reach Season 50 With No Breaks -150

The Simpsons is already the longest running animated show in history, as well as the longest running primetime scripted show in the U.S.

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The show has whopping -1000 odds to make it to Season 40 with no breaks, meaning they will keep pumping out seasons every year.

Even Season 50 seems to be on the table, with -150 odds to get there.

In 2021, Simpsons showrunner Al Jean put the kibosh on rumors of the show ending.

“To be honest, the talk of ending, especially as we’re doing really well on Disney+ in the U.S. and the U.K. and other countries in the Americas, I don’t see anybody going, ‘Let’s wrap it up, or figure out how to get out of it’ at the moment,'” Jean said.

If Disney+ can keep The Simpsons running for another six years, they’ll hit that magic 40 number, and the online sportsbooks seem to have faith that they’ll be around for many years to come.