The Simpsons is on it's 23rd year and according to it's producer it might be the last year of the hit cartoon series. On Tuesday, the show producer also added that with the current financial model, The Simpsons can't continue with the reports that it's voice talents for Homer, Marge and Bart are asking for big pay cuts. According to reports, the voice talents are currently earning $8 million per season.
Spokesman for 20th Century Fox Television Chris Alexander said, "We believe this brilliant series can and should continue, but we cannot produce future seasons under its current financial model."
The producers are under negotiation with the voice talents and they have demanded 45 percent pay cut for the six voice talents in exchange for 30 percent of return show's syndication and merchandise revenue.
When the voice talents were asked, some didn't comment and some have no idea that there were negotiations.