This year everyone has been obsessing over "Game of Thrones," and that includes "The Simpsons." Whether you are super into the medieval world or you just love seeing your favorite yellow cartoons on your TV screen, this episode is for you. The first episode will be titled, "The Serfsons," and it will pay homage to "Game of Thrones." It will include magical elements, medieval settings, and the notable humor we all love.

"The Simpsons," have already featured other shows in their episodes. For example, recently, "Rick and Morty," made a great collaboration.

They were able to meld two completely different shows and form a well-praised episode. "The Simpsons" have managed to incorporate different elements in such a dynamic way that has helped it stand as one of the best animation shows around.

29 seasons strong

"The Simpsons," have been around for nearly 30 years and that is truly an accomplishment. Just last fall they reached their 600th episode, which is longer than just about any other animation series and some other network shows. We have seen this show tackle every element during that time period, and they even managed to predict our current president (Donald Trump).

This show has managed to create a path for all animation shows. We now have "Family Guy," "American Dad," "Futurama," and many more shows that express real-life situations through cartoons.

They have contributed to incorporating satire, parody, and life lessons through their stories. This new episode will most likely include a learning model that relates to more than just the show "Game of Thrones."

Sneak peak

For the premiere, we will see "Game of Thrones," star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister) voice a character.

He is described as "a character not unlike Jaime," according to the executive producer, Matt Selman. This episode is going to take place in a medieval land and the references to "Game of Thrones" are endless. The cast will be using magic, dealing with Kings, and illegal witchcraft. Ultimately, Homer Simpson will have to use his admirable bravery to save his family.

From the ending of one great show becomes the premiere of another that is willing to give us a dose of what we are all missing. Though "Game of Thrones" is over, we now have the Simpsons' family to warm our hearts. This is the season opener "The Simpsons" need and it could not have come at a better time.

The season premiere will air Sunday night, Oct. 1 at 8 PM on FOX.