It turns out
“American Dad” has a little bit of life left on FOX.
The show is ending its run on FOX and
moving to TBS in late 2014, but it’s getting three more episodes before it leaves the network.
The show will air back-to-back new episodes on Sunday, Sept. 14, and have its swan song on the network Sept. 21, with an episode featuring… Continue reading 'American Dad' isn't quite done on FOX; 'Simpsons' and 'Family Guy' guests announced
FOX has taken scheduled episodes of “Family Guy” and “American Dad” out of its Sunday lineup in the wake of the shootings in Newton, Conn.
The network will air repeats of the two shows instead out of concerns that the scheduled episodes contain some inappropriate content. The Futon Critic was the first to note the schedule change.
“Family Guy” was set to run an episode called… Continue reading 'Family Guy' and 'American Dad' episodes pulled after Newtown shootings
FOX has decided to pull new episodes of Family Guy and American Dad, which were scheduled to air Sunday, in light of yesterday’s tragic shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.
It is understood that the network decided not to air the episodes, titled “Jesus, Mary and Joseph!” and “Minstrel Krampus,” to avoid running potentially sensitive content.
Yesterday, Syfy made a similar move when it pulled a new episode of… Continue reading Fox pulls new episodes of ‘Family Guy’ and ‘American Dad’ after shooting
UPDATED: Animated series writers are protesting a decision by the Television Academy to allow NBC’s Community to compete for Emmys in animated categories, arguing that they should be allowed similar cross-genre privileges.
Community made it onto the Emmy nomination ballot in several categories, including best animated program — along with 33 entries from full-time animated shows. The episode, “Digital Estate Planning,” features the cast rendered into 8-bit characters to… Continue reading ‘Family Guy,’ ‘Simpsons’ writers protest ‘Community’ animated episode on Emmy ballot, want ‘same rights’
Picking up yesterday where we left off with Jon Chu at the American International Toy Fair, we now set our sights on Lorenzo di Bonaventura, the producer of “G.I. Joe: Retaliation,” as well as the first film and the “Transformers” series. I’m a bit of a skeptic after the first film, the financially successful “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra,” failed to resemble anything that would remind one of, you… Continue reading Lorenzo Di Bonaventura, 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' Producer, Confirms The Cobra Commander In New Sequel Is 'Different Guy'