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I think the actors should take the pay cut ... They are making $8 million a year for voice work. I believe they can handle a 45% pay cut if they want the show to continue. If they are too greedy, then happy retirement.
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It has. This actually happens when any animated show comes back up for renewal. The producers will say the show is going to get cancelled because of the voice actors salaries or that they are going to replace the actors. Then all of a sudden the show is back on and a the contract is signed.
And to prove this point news comes from the LA times that a deal has been signed to keep the Simpsons on the air for at least 2 more seasons.
i say they should end the show on season 25, or 500 episodes. i would have liked for it to end years ago, because season 8 was the last classic season. anything after that has been bumpy. a few good episodes, but many MANY bad ones.
The actors do well but get paid a lot less than actors for other tv shows. If the producers want to cut the actors pay , give them a cut of the much more lucrative DVD and merchandise sales. Something the actors do not have now