International News May 7, 2020 12:45 PM EST

WATCH: The Simpsons somehow predicted coronavirus and murder hornets

Springfield is hit by a flu originating in Asia called the Osaka flu and in the same episode, residents of the town are attacked by “murder bees.”

WATCH: The Simpsons somehow predicted coronavirus and murder hornets
Sam Edwards High Level, Alberta
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The Simpsons has gained a reputation for predicting the future as the TV show has made several episodes with plots or scenes that later turn out to be eerily similar to true events. This famous cartoon has done it again, but this time with the novel coronavirus.

In episode 21 of the show’s fourth season in 1993, Springfield is hit by a flu originating in Asia called the Osaka flu and in the same episode residents of the town are attacked by “murder bees.”

Today, in 2020, we have a virus, and the aptly named "murder hornets" have been spotted in North America.

It has recently been reported that the Asian Giant Hornet or "murder hornet," which packs a painful sting and kills honeybees has made its way to Vancouver. In this episode, the doctor also advises people to stay inside and take bed rest.

The show has made many other major predictions, including Trump becoming president in an episode that aired almost 20 years ago.

The Osaka flu episode is called “Marge in Chains” and it aired on Fox on May 6, 1993.

Some other notable predictions include the Siegfried and Roy tiger attack, a three eyed fish, autocorrect, the Ebola outbreak, smart-watches, faulty voting machines, Bengt Holmstrom as a Nobel prize winner and Lady Gaga’s halftime show at the Superbowl.

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