It's true that rumors have spread tor years about The Simpsons' potential end at Fox, but without much to back them up.
One of composers of The Simpsons said the show might be "coming to an end". "From what I've heard, it is coming to an end", Elfman commented.
The reassurance that the show isn't ending just yet comes directly from showrunner Al Jean, who took to Twitter on Thursday to debunk reports that claimed the end is near. He mentioned that he could be wrong about it, and that he never expected the show to last as long as it did.
For fans who prefer the early seasons, every episode of The Simpsons - sans the one featuring Michael Jackson - are now streaming on Disney+. He also claimed that he does not know fact but he heard that this will be their previous year on the channel.
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The Simpsons was created by Matt Groening and first premiered in 1989.
Even Elfman is surprised by the show's run, as the composer for arguably one of the most recognizable TV theme songs in history. Danny further went on to express his happiness to the show's success by saying that he is stunned and amazed that the show has lasted this long.
On the other hand, let's not forget that Disney now owns Fox, which means it also owns The Simpsons.
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. "I wrote such a insane piece of music that I didn't expect anyone to ever hear because I really didn't think the show had a chance".