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  1. Seth MacFarlane Secretly Wants 'Family Guy' to End; Relaunch 'Star Trek' for TV

    8:23 am 10/12/2011

    In the new Showrunners issue of The Hollywood Reporter, the man behind Fox’s multi-billion dollar animated empire reveals ambivalence about his flagship series’ future, likens Disney to a concentration camp, talks "Simpsons" salary woes.Read more

  2. Seth MacFarlane: The Restless Mind of a Complicated Cartoonist

    4:47 pm 10/11/2011

    Seth MacFarlane secretly wishes "Family Guy" would end as he expands his multibillion-dollar empire with "The Flintstones," a shockingly well-received singing career, talk of a potential "Star Trek" reboot and an astonishing ambition to not be pigeonholed.Read more

  3. 'Family Guy's' Seth MacFarlane Reveals Ideal GOP Presidential Ticket for 'Wall-to-Wall Comedy' (Video)

    9:56 pm 10/6/2011

    He also calls the Tea Party "angry" and says he gets "really, really frustrated" with people who haven't given President Obama more time to "fix things." Read more

  4. VIDEO: Mike Henry, Richard Appel 'Cleveland Show'

    4:44 pm 9/13/2011

    The Cleveland Show co-creators Mike Henry and Richard Appel give details on Peter Griffin's guest appearance in the season premiere, and the numerous musical cameos we can expect during the upcoming season.Read more

  5. Jane Lynch, Darren Criss, Ricky Gervais, Sarah Michelle Gellar Among Fox's Animation Domination Guest Voices

    9:12 am 8/5/2011

    Huge roster of top names set to participate on "The Simpsons," "Family Guy," "The Cleveland Show," "American Dad" and rookie series "Allen Gregory."Read more

  6. EXCLUSIVE: Comic-Con 2011: Preview Fox's Official Posters: 'Glee,' 'Fringe' and 13 Others

    1:04 am 7/8/2011

    Preview the poster art for "The Simpsons" and as well as the rest of its San Diego swag.Read more

  7. Snowy Cancellation of 'Sunday Night Football' Sinks NBC

    11:42 am 12/27/2010

    Fox wins quiet night with animated comedies "The Simpsons," "The Cleveland Show" and "Family Guy."Read more

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