Which Springfield is The Simpsons set in?

Ay Caramba! Simpsons creator Matt Groening has revealed the location of the real Springfield: It’s in Oregon. In an interview with Smithsonian magazine, posted online Tuesday, Groening credits the name to the hit TV show Father Knows Best.

People also ask, where is the Springfield in The Simpsons?

Springfield is a city (or town in some episodes) in Springfield County, Springfield’s State and is located within the continental United States, where the Simpson family lives. It is located near the cities of Shelbyville, Capital City, Ogdenville, and North Haverbrook.

Additionally, why is The Simpsons set in Springfield? After 23 seasons of tantalising secrets, Simpsons creator Matt Groening finally revealed that the town of Springfield, Oregon, was the inspiration for the show’s setting. Mr Groening told the magazine that he was inspired by the television show Father Knows Best, which took place in a place called Springfield.

Considering this, where is The Simpsons set?


Is the Simpsons in Springfield Missouri?

But because Springfield is such a common name for a town, even Groening admits that the Simpsons could live just about anywhere. “Springfield, Missouri, is the most populous of America’s Springfields and easily won the title of ‘Most Similar Simpsons City Named Springfield,'” says Ryan Nickum, Estately’s blogger.

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