Published: Sun, December 01, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Danny Elfman: 'The Simpsons' is coming to an end

Danny Elfman: 'The Simpsons' is coming to an end

Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Danny Elfman, while talking to the podcast he said, that from what he heard the show will be coming to an end.

The show runner of the series, Al Jean, shut down the rumors in a Tweet.

We're not sure if what Danny Elfman's said is true, but it's good excuse to test yourself about The Simpsons!

For fans who prefer the early seasons, every episode of The Simpsons - sans the one featuring Michael Jackson - are now streaming on Disney+. "I don't know for a fact, but I've hear it will be in its a year ago". "It should not be true".

The renewal would maintain the animated sequence on air via the 2020-2011 season with a file of 713 episodes.

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"All I can say is that I'm so flabbergasted and amazed that it has lasted as long as it did", he said.

Created by Matt Groening, The Simpsons has been on screens for nearly two decades, having first aired on 17 December 1989 - making it the longest-running American scripted primetime television series.

In his interview, Elfman, said he was surprised by the show's success. Considering he hasn't actively worked on the show at all beyond crafting that theme, Elfman does still maintain a relationship with the beloved animated comedy thanks to the fandom.

"So, you must notice, after I scored The Simpsons, I wrote this loopy piece of music, and I anticipated nobody would hear it as a result of I actually didn't suppose the present had an opportunity in hell". "So believe me, that is one of the truly big surprises in my life".

A message looking for remark from a Fox publicist was not instantly returned.

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