'King of the Hill' sets finale date

Fox's animated series to conclude after 13 seasons

Fox's animated comedy "King of the Hill" will bow out after 13 seasons with an hourling finale on Sunday, Sept. 13, at 8 p.m.

The 20th TV-produced "King of the Hill" revolves around the family of Hank Hill (Mike Judge).

In the series finale episode, "The Boy Can't Help It" / "The Honeymooners," the Hills' teenage son Bobby (Pamela Adlon) is being teased by girls in his class who pretend to be interested in inviting him as a date for the Homecoming dance.

Also in the episode, Hank is shocked when his mother announces she is marrying a man she has only known for a few weeks. Soon after, the newlyweds celebrate by purchasing an RV and heading to Hank's.

When Hank's mom and new stepfather have a heated argument, she takes off with the RV and Hank is left to rescue his mother once again.

The Emmy-winning "King of the Hill" was created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels, who exec produce with John Altschuler, Dave Krinsky, Jim Dauterive, Garland Testa, Howard Klein and Michael Rotenberg.