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  1. The Eat Sheet: Where 'The Simpsons' Dine in L.A.

    11:49 am 11/10/2011

    The venerable series -- now in its 23rd season -- takes on America's foodie culture in Sunday's episode.Read more

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  2. 'Ice Age' Special, 'Glee,' 'New Girl' Among Fox Holiday Offerings

    4:25 pm 11/9/2011

    New Thanksgiving, Christmas episodes set for series including "Family Guy," "Raising Hope."Read more

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  3. TV Ratings: 'Allen Gregory' Off to Slow Start, 'Once Upon A Time' Stays Solid

    8:45 am 10/31/2011

    Sunday Night Football wins the evening for NBC, while the sophomore outing of ABC's fairy tale drama holds in adults 18-49 and Fox's latest animated addition fails to make much of an impact. Read more

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  4. VIDEO: Behind the Scenes of THR's 'Seth MacFarlane' Cover Shoot

    9:29 pm 10/11/2011

    A behind-the-scenes look at Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane's THR magazine cover shoot. Joining MacFarlane are Matt Groening, creator of The Simpsons, and Mike Judge, creator of Beavis and Butthead.Read more

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  5. The 'Simpsons'' Pay Disputes

    6:00 am 10/11/2011

    THE REPORT: The new fight is just the latest in 25 years of a cast vs. Fox.Read more

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  6. 'The Simpsons' Renewed for Two More Seasons

    5:31 pm 10/7/2011

    After tense negotiations with the voice acting cast for renewal, Fox announced that the animated series would get a 24th and 25th season.Read more

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  7. 'Simpsons' Cast Blinks in Salary Showdown With Fox (Exclusive)

    1:00 pm 10/7/2011

    THR has learned that the Fox series' lead actors are ready to agree to a pay cut to keep the show going, however it won't be as steep as the 45 percent reduction asked for by execs.Read more

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  8. 'Simpsons' Actor Harry Shearer Says He's Willing to Cut His Salary by 70 Percent

    10:03 am 10/7/2011

    The performer who voices Mr. Burns, among other characters, says he's willing to go lower than the studio's proposed cut, so long as he gets a share of the show's profits.Read more

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  9. Analyst: Fox Could Get Around $750 Million in New Syndication Revenue After 'Simpsons' Cancellation

    5:23 pm 10/4/2011

    The original syndication deal prevented Fox from selling the show to cable networks and online distributors, says RBC Capital Markets' David Bank, adding that this could add 10 cents-plus per share in value for News Corp. shareholders.Read more

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