Jeers to The Kilborn File for an underwhelming first guest.
We know Craig Kilborn's return to TV after a six-year absence is only a six-week run on six Fox affiliates, but couldn't he do better than...
The X Files' Annabeth Gish is returning to the world of global conspiracy theories with an upcoming appearance on FlashForward, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
ABC is keeping details of Gish's role top secret for now, but her episode will air in either late April or...
Sarah Palin fired back at Family Guy after the series' most recent episode indirectly mocked her youngest child, Trig Palin. She called the scene "another kick in the gut" on her Facebook page.
The episode, which aired Sunday, grabbed headlines after Chris...
Seth MacFarlane will continue to dominate Sunday nights on Fox as his American Dad has been renewed for a sixth season.
What a guy! Fox, Seth MacFarlane ink $100 million deal
Microsoft has canceled its sponsorship of Seth MacFarlane's upcoming variety special, citing content concerns, Variety reports.
The software giant had forged a deal with MacFarlane and his collaborator Alex Borstein for the Nov. 8 special, Family Guy Presents: Seth & Alex's Almost Live Comedy Show, to promote its new Windows 7 operating system. It stipulated that the special would air commercial-free but with Windows 7 pitches embedded ...
Fox will not air an abortion-themed episode of Family Guy, according to a statement from the network.
"Fox will not air the 'Partial Terms of Endearment' episode of Family Guy, but we fully support the producers' right to make the episode and distribute it in whatever way they want," the statement reads.
Series creator Seth McFarlane teased the episode in question during a Family Guy panel Saturday at Comic-Con in San Diego.
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"20th Century Fox, as always, allowed us to produce the episode and then said, 'You know what? We're scared to f--king death of ...
The Cleveland Show
Fox may have granted Family Guy spin-off The Cleveland Show a full-season order, but apparently the tradeoff is a delayed premiere.
The new animated comedy from Seth MacFarlane will not be seen by viewers until fall 2009.
Fox originally announced a late spring premiere for Cleveland at the network's upfront presentation. However ...
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Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane has signed a landmark deal with 20th Century Fox that makes him the company's highest-paid writer-producer and keeps him there through 2012.The deal, which includes new media and retail projects, covers Family Guy, American Dad! and the upcoming Guy spinoff, The Cleveland Show. MacFarlane will also team up with Family Guy writer Gary Janetti to produce a sitcom.MacFarlane didn't hold back his feelings about signing the deal, which was finalized after nearly three years of negotiations. "I get a lot of pleasure out of making shows. It's a bonus to be getting paid well for it, and it's a double bonus to be getting paid exorbitantly for it." J.R. Whalen
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The Griffins wrap Season 6 Sunday night but unlike this years stellar Star Wars spoof or the Stewie Kills Lois two-parter creator Seth MacFarlane says the episode is more of a traditional Family Guyif there can be such a thingWell perhaps if Peter terrorizing Quahog is your idea of traditional He hits it off with a parrot at the vet [and] decides to walk around with it on his shoulder for a while laughs MacFarlane Convinced that hed make a good pirate Peter then gets in his car puts up a flag and starts robbing people Chris makes a friend at the vet too a sweet young thang voiced by Amanda Bynes Its his first attempt at a normal adolescent relationship says MacFarlane And as always Peter steps inand [bleeps] it upPops will have time to make it up to his son since Family Guys been renewed for a seventh season which MacFarlane promises will also include a return to that galaxy far far away Were working on our Empir
Don't fear, CBS hasn't decided to bring over Who Wants to Be a Millionaire from ABC, but instead has picked up a new comedy pilot called Single White Millionaire, from writer Ricky Blitt. This is Family Guy alum Blitt's second attempt at a comedy, the first being a short-lived sitcom called The Winner, which starred Rob Corddry and was developed with Family Guy's Seth MacFarlane. SWM is about a millionaire who is ready to get serious and settle down, which I'm sure will not go as well as he had planned.Hopefully, this time Blitt will strike gold on CBS, where sitcoms still live, breathe and sometimes even last (sorta). Also on CBS' order slate are the following dramas: The Mentalist, Ny-Lon, Mythological X and Can Openers. Erin FoxDo you think people want to watch a show about a millionaire who is unlucky in love?Watch episodes of Family Guy at our Online Video Guide.