The composer behind The Simpsons' iconic theme tune has claimed the popular cartoons series is coming to an end after 30 years. He mentioned that he could be wrong about it, and that he never expected the show to last as long as it did. "From what I've heard, it is coming to an end", Elfman commented.
"So, that argument will also come to an end".More news: Trump faces two impeachment deadlines on Sunday as inquiry shifts focus
But after the former Oingo Boingo frontman's comments made headlines, Al Jean, the show's executive producer, said it was "not true". "I don't know if it's right, but I've heard it's in its final year".
The Simpsons is an American animated show which is created by Matt Groening for Fox Broadcasting Company.
Elfman thought the show would be canceled after three episodes, he said.More news: Johnny Depp producing Michael Jackson musical 'as told from his glove's perspective'
The longest-running primetime scripted show in television history was renewed for an unprecedented 31st and 32nd seasons in February, Deadline reported.
"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". "Believe me, this is one of the biggest surprises of my life". The Simpsons has survived through casting hiccups, star deaths, behind-the-scenes firings, and on-screen controversies - among other things - but could it indeed become a victim of its own advanced age in the near future?More news: Africa to Play a Big Role in Bitcoin Revolution: Square CEO Dorsey