The Simpsons writer Al Jean has shut down claims from composer Danny Elfman that the long-running cartoon is coming to an end after 31 years. In fact, the series is thriving, and there is currently nothing in place to suggest any kind of slowing down. Legendary composer Danny, who wrote the theme song and the show’s music, recently said that he’d heard the show would be finishing soon. But speaking exclusively to Metro.co.uk, Al said: ‘No disrespect to Mr. Elfman but we are producing season 32 starting next year and have no plans to end after that.’ Al has been part of The Sim
The Simpsons writer Al Jean has shut down rumours the cartoon will end within a year following claims from its composer Danny Elfman.
In actual fact, he says the programme is thriving and is showing no signs of slowing down, which is good news to The Simpsons fans far and wide. It comes after legendary composer Elfman, who writes the show’s music, said he’d heard through the grapevine The Simpsons may have less than a year still in business.