‘The Simpsons’ creator Matt Groening says he’ll do more satire as his career goes on

FOX Sports’ Matt Groenfeld says he’s “looking forward to continuing the work I’m doing” as he enters his 30s.

The Simpsons creator and Fox chairman of the studio has long been a big supporter of satirical shows like The Daily Show and The Colbert Report.

He told the Associated Press that the show’s creators and viewers are the ones who will decide what happens next.

“They’ll decide how much I’ll do it, how much satire I’ll take, how many jokes I’ll make, but the audience decides,” Groening said in an interview.

“It’s a matter of taste.

I don’t want to do too much satire.”

Groening, who recently announced his retirement, will likely not be involved with the Fox sitcoms or comedies in which he has previously had a hand.

Groening’s last show as host, The Daily Rants, ran from 2009 to 2012, and his last season of The Simpsons, The Adventures of Krusty the Clown, wrapped in 2015.

“I’m not doing the show.

I’m going to retire.

It’s been a great run, and I’m really proud of it,” he said.

Groening said he’s not planning on continuing on with the show anytime soon.

He said he’d be happy to do a couple more seasons of the show if he was offered the opportunity.

“If it’s the right opportunity, I’d love to do more.

But I’m not going to do it until I get older,” Groenning said.

“I’m trying to do something, and that’s the way it is.

I love doing it, but it’s not my place to say, ‘Hey, you gotta do it.'”