For 27 years Alf Clausen served as composer on Fox’s long-running hit The Simpsons earning over 20 Emmy nominations in the process with two wins on the show in 1997 and 1998 for outstanding composition.
Clausen claims all was fine until he was recently told by show producer Richard Sakai that the animated sitcom was seeking a “different kind” of music for its upcoming 29th season.
Fox have not yet made a public comment on the matter.
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