“The Simpsons” extended two years


The Simpsons

Tv series “The Simpsons” finally extended to two years. After the Twentieth Century Fox Television that broadcast the show “The Simpsons” to negotiate with the players, who had threatened to end the session because of labor contract disputes. Because earlier, Twentieth Century Fox Television said it could not continue on the air without cutting costs and targeting the salary for the voice, Harry Shearer, Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, and Hank Azaria.

In the previous agreement, each player gets $ 8 million per year for their work on this animated series. But Fox‘s party could not continue without a pay cut. On Friday, actor Shearer said, the show’s producer is demanding a pay cut by 45 percent. To date, the provisions of new agreements on the salaries of the players were not announced. However, some sources say that the players pay cut imposed by 30% for every 22 episodes per series.

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