This could be the last season of the beloved animated sitcom The Simpsons. That's because 20th Century Fox and the actors who voice the show's beloved characters can't agree on a new contract. Fox says the six principle actors need to each take a 45 percent cut to their $8 million annual salaries, according to The Daily Beast's Lloyd Grove. The network has already rejected the actors' offer of a 30 percent cut in exchange for a "tiny percentage of the show’s huge back-end profits.
Just in: Fox has canceled Do Not Disturb, the new hotel sitcom starring Jerry O'Connell and Niecy Nash. USA TODAY's Gary Levin reports that production on the low-rated show was shut down today after airing just three episodes. (Six ... Read Post
The original actors who gave voice to Futurama’s beloved animated characters will not be replaced for the TV series’ rebirth. Five actors — Billy West (who voices Fry, Professor Farnsworth and Dr. Zoidberg, among other characters), ... Read Post