But don't be depressed. The fourth season promises to be the animated show's funniest yet.
The tech giant is trying to encourage internet users to self-monitor their mental health.
From social media to advertising, happiness is everywhere you look. And it isn't healthy, suggests new research.
In our smartphone saturated world, anxiety and depression are rife and the way we communicate with each other has become distant and diminished.
In an interview with Newsweek, the British prince explains how he found a way to give his life meaning after struggling to cope with the death of his beloved mother, Princess Diana.
"Their story isn't over," reads a tweet announcing that the controversial series will be back with a second season.
A new study found that teenagers use words like "down" or "sad" when they're feeling low. But adults shouldn't write these off as teen angst.
Researchers looking at the therapeutic potential of psychedelic drugs found increased neural signals in the brain scans of people given them.
A study suggests the financial crisis and a lack of healthcare provision could be to blame.
The report came a day after Donald Trump issued new measures to roll back the Obama administration's anti–climate change policies.
Social media can have depression-inducing effects on teens, they're not the only culprits.
Over 12 percent of pilots suffer from depression and many feel unable to tell anyone out of fear for their jobs.
The pursuit of power over women can lead to psychological problems, according to research.
There was some anti-Trump sentiment at the music industry awards show.