The Simpsons : the cult would be threatened by the takeover of the Fox by Disney
While the world’s eyes are riveted on the redemption history of the Fox by Disney, and many clench their teeth. But The Simpson, they had predicted…
If we learned in the columns of Variety that the Fox Broadcasting Company (FBC, a sister company of the 21sh Century Fox) and studio 21st Century Fox television are on the verge of finalizing a contract renew The Simpsons for a 31st and a 32nd season, but the economic reality is a bit more complicated than a simple signature.
Bart doesn’t know what he will become
Yes, because up to now The Simpsons has always had to rely on the recipes the Fox to compensate for the losses that the series is attributed to the FBC. And once that will enter into force the agreement between Disney and Fox, FBC and Century Fox will share more of their balance sheet. The network will belong entirely to the New Fox Rupert Murdoch (owner OFC), with the result leaving only the Fox Broadcasting cope with the costs of the series.
A complication in leading to another, the agreements relating to the release of the Simpsons on tv, dating back to the 90s, set to expire in 2023. And the problem with that is thatno other agreement shall only be concluded as the series has not left the FBC. If The Simpsons ends after its 32nd season, this would give Disney the opportunity to negotiate a new agreement.
More than enough budget for pants
A number of other options also in the studio with big ears as a reliable source would have reported to Variety that Fox had long planned to divide the series in 3 at the end of the 32nd season (700 episodes), and these three series would be released alternately by three holders. Such a strategy would allow Disney to get more money per episode than choosing a single partner.
For the moment, neither Disney nor Fox have spoken about the mythical series satirical and they seem to wallow in the status quo. The balance 2019 as certainly learn more about the future of Simpson.
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