'The Simpsons' cancellation possible as actors fight over pay
Springfield's first family may be seeing its end after 23 seasons.
The voice actors who portray The Simpsons, and have since the show's debut in 1990, and studio executives are squabbling over a reported 45 percent pay cut, The Daily Beast reports.
Reports say that if the actors who voice Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart and other long-running characters don't agree to see their salaries sliced, the first-run of the hit Fox show may end.
The actors currently make about $8 million each per season.
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