The Good, the Bart, and the Loki

Marvel's new show, Loki, has been massively successful with audiences. Now it's joining forces with another titan of television, Matt Groenig's The Simpsons, in a now available Disney+ short called The Good, The Bart, and The Loki.


The new short will have little relation to the ongoing Loki miniseries; instead, it follows Loki (voiced by his real-life actor, Tom Hiddleston) as he is banished from Asgard and forced to live in Springfield, the fictional town where the Simpson family lives. While there, he will face off against many fan-favorite characters from The Simpsons, though Disney has hinted that other Marvel characters may appear as well.

Loki focuses on Thor's brother, the zestful God of Mischief, as he finds himself displaced in time and teams up with Mobius (Owen Wilson) to uncover a conspiracy that spans all of existence. In contrast, The Simpsons is a 31-year-old sitcom about a middle-class family and the antics of their prankster son, Bart. Pairing the two shows may seem odd, but Disney has plenty of experience with this type of combination. Earlier this year, they mixed Star Wars with The Simpsons in another short, "The Force Awakens From Its Nap", which saw baby Maggie Simpson face off against Sith Lords and the Dark Side.

"The Good, The Bart, and The Loki" premieres on Disney+ Wednesday, July 7.

BECOME
AN INSIDER!
By clicking "Subscribe", you agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

Team USA Olympic athlete Carissa Moore surfs with the USA flag on her surfboard

USA Surfing Instagram

This year, the 2021 Tokyo Olympics is introducing five new sports to the global games. Check out everything you need to know about them here!

KEEP READING Show less

Glastonbury Festival, 2015

As the entertainment industry gradually emerges from the shadow of COVID-19, it's time to assess the damage. Here's some of the most recent quarantine-induced postponements and cancellations.

KEEP READING Show less

Team USA takes on the Tokyo games! Here are some of the Olympic athletes expected to be the breakout stars of 2021.

KEEP READING Show less