Articles for Family Guy Season 8

American Dad, the FOX series created by Seth MacFarlane which has been recently honored with an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Animated Program, will continue to follow the twisted adventures of CIA agent Stan Smith in Langley Falls now that FOX has picked up the show for its sixth season.  Read more »
No new episode of House until January 25, but if you watch your cartoons, you‘ve probably seen Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) on another show Wednesday, albeit an animated one.Laurie lent his voice on the Family Guy episode "Business Guy" this week, and while he was only on a few scenes and said only a few lines, it was dead on, and his scenes were among the funniest on the episode. Read more »
In our least favorite rumor of 2010, word on the web is Howard Stern might replace Simon Cowell on American Idol. There are about, ohlets see, 6 billion people we‘d rather see replace Simon than HowardStern. And I‘m pretty sure the censors at FOX feel the same way.Since 6 billion is a pretty hefty list, we‘ve narrowed it down to fivefolks we‘d much rather see take Simon‘s place at the judge‘s table than America‘s most notorious shock jock.  Read more »
Seth MacFarlane isn‘t shy about his political views and no subject is off limits for the Family Guy creator.  From abortion to theHolocaust to 9/11, MacFarlane and his team will make a joke aboutanything.But has the show gone too far?  And is there such a thing for Family Guy? If you‘re Sarah Palin‘s family, the answer is yes.  The latest incident causing trouble for MacFarlane comes from this past Sunday‘s episode where a mentally challenged character tells Chris her mother is theformer governor of Alaska. Read more »
Seth Green is off the market. The 36-year-old actor, best known for his role as Oz on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and as Dr. Evil‘s son Scott in the Austin Powers series of comedy films, is engaged to model-actress Clare Grant, according to E! News. Though several media outlets are reporting that the couple has been engaged since New Year‘s Eve, a source tells People that they did not get engaged at the time. Read more »
This morning FOX announced its fall and mid-season schedule, complete with  seven new shows and some notable changes to the channel‘s biggest shows. Joining the network will be four new comedies and three new dramas, including Running Wilde, a romantic comedy starring Will Arnett (of Arrested Development) and Keri Russell (of Felicity fame). See More:The CW‘s Fall Lineup>>CBS‘ Fall Lineup>>ABC‘s Fall Lineup>>NBC‘s Fall Lineup>>In spite of the exciting news that Gob Bluth will be returning to FOX, we think the most interesting tidbits that came out of the FOX announcements have to do with the network‘s established shows. American Idol will be getting rid of some of the guest performers and cutting down the results show to 30 minutes, Glee will get the coveted post-Super Bowl slot and there will blessedly not be a fall season of So You Think You Can Dance. Here are the full fall and mid-season schedules from FOX, complete with new show synopses: Read more »