'The Simpsons' cancellation possible as actors fight over pay

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Springfield's first family may be seeing its end after 23 seasons.

(Courtesy: Fox)

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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