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Family Guy and Bob’s Burgers sentenced to two more years!
September 24th, 2020 under Seth MacFarlane. [ Comments: 4 ]


On Sunday, Family Guy will be back for its 18th season, and Bob’s Burgers will start its 11th. However, today Fox announced that it picked up both animated shows for two more seasons.

That means that Family Guy, which was canceled by Fox in 2002 and brought back in 2005, will be around long enough to celebrate its 20th season. It is the little show that could.

FG was the first of three Seth MacFarlane shows that went on to have life after cancellation. American Dad is going strong on TBS, and The Orville will live on on Hulu.

Personally, I am surprised that MacFarlane didn’t end Family Guy after this season because of how he was treated over Orville. Thus, I am so excited he is bringing back the animated sitcom for at least two more years. I can’t wait to see what trouble the Griffins get into over the next three seasons. You know, whatever they do will be funny.

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Fox’s Animation Domination is coming back on September 27th!
July 22nd, 2020 under Fox, Seth MacFarlane, The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]


Even though almost all of the television production has been shut down since March, animation hasn’t stopped working. That is good news for the fans of Fox’s Animation Domination. On September 27th, The Simpsons, Bless the Harts, Bob’s Burgers, and Family Guy will all be back with new episodes.

Any other year, this would be who cares news. However, this year I am doing backflips in excitement. Unlike in the cartoons, it really hurts when you bang into the wall. Ouch. At least, I will be able to laugh again in September when the four shows are back. Hopefully, by then, I will be healed from those backflips I just did.

Can’t wait until September for new episodes, all four sitcoms and Duncanville will all be doing panels at San Diego’s Comic-Con@Home this weekend. Don’t do a backflip.

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What would Monk be like during the Coronavirus pandemic?
May 12th, 2020 under Seth MacFarlane, Tony Shaloub. [ Comments: none ]


Remember the USA Network show with the germophobe Monk? He has been preparing for something like Coronavirus since he was born? Adrian Monk was using wipes long before they were cool. Which makes me wonder what would he be like now when we are all washing our hands every few minutes?

I don’t have to wonder because Seth MacFarlane asked Tony Shalhoub to reprise his most beloved role for Peacock’s The At-Home Variety Show. I seriously cannot remember the last time I laughed that hard. Once you see him washing his hands to 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall, you know you are about to watch a comedic genius at work.

If that is not enough to bring some much needed joy to your day, then seeing a mini-reunion between Shalhoub and his co-stars Ted Levine (Captain Leland Stottlemeyer), Jason Gray-Stanford (Lieutenant Randy Disher), and Traylor Howard (Natalie Teeger) will do just that.

If I were Peacock, then I would reprise the dramedy with Monk solving unsolved murders from his home because he is too afraid to go out. They could actually film it now. Wouldn’t you watch it?

Back to For Good, the online series is raising money for three nonprofits. They are United Way, AmeriCares, and Feeding America. Three organizations that have helped people get through this Coronavirus crisis.

When it comes to Coronavirus, Shalhoub revealed that he and his wife Brooke Adams tested positive for the virus a few weeks ago, and have beaten it.

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Alex Borstein came in like a wrecking ball with this Passover song
April 13th, 2020 under Seth MacFarlane. [ Comments: none ]


When I was younger, I used to say that they call it Passover because you don’t pass over your food until after the holiday is over. I am not the only person who feels that way, so does Family Guy’s Alex Bornstein. She reworked Miley Cyrus’ Wrecking Ball and turned it into a song for Pesach. Forget Dayenu; this is the song of 8 days.

While that is how I feel about it, my cousin feels this way, “Disgusting Seriously! Just like you and you’re wrong, we don’t all relate at all.” Needless to say, that cousin and I agree on nothing.

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Scott Grimes shows off the glamorous life of voiceover work
March 31st, 2020 under Coronavirus, Seth MacFarlane, TNT/TBS/TCM. [ Comments: 2 ]

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Scott Grimes has voiced Steve Smith on American Dad since 2005, and the Coronavirus is not going to stop him now. The Orville actor shared a photo of himself recording some tracks for the TBS sitcom from his laundry room. That is the cleanest the show has ever been. Which is why we love it so much, no matter what network it is on.

Back to Grimes, doesn’t it make you feel better that Hollywood stars also have to work at home in whatever room they can? I wonder what room his co-star Seth MacFarlane is using at his house.

Fun fact, Grimes is two years old than his TV dad, MacFarlane.

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