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It should come a surprise to exactly no one that Family Guy taking a blatant jab at Bill Cosby’s disgraced legacy is as debauched as it could possibly be. Though it could be more extreme, the fact that it uses The Cosby Show's opening just makes it seem worse.
As a series that already faced cancellation early in its run, Family Guy currently feels like a television institution that will always be there. But its ratings are currently so bad that we could easily be saying goodbye soon.
There are somehow a solid group of shows still cranking out new episodes that premiered all the way back in the 1990s. In fact, an overwhelming majority of them are so old they competed against Home Improvement at one point. How nuts is that? Get ready to feel really old…
We’re brought you some great banned TV posters, and now we’ve put together a list of the greatest banned TV episodes of all time. From comedies like South Park to memorable dramas like The X-Files, we’ve found that there are a lot of episodes that have been banned, and this is the crème of the crop.
It’s quite possible that no talk show host has nearly as much fun doing their job as Graham Norton. On a recent show he had both 80’s pop queen Cyndi Lauper and Family Guy creator and man of many voices, Seth Macfarlane as guests. So there’s really only one thing to do, have the characters from Family Guy sing selections from Cyndi Lauper’s Greatest Hits.
There are numerous reasons that posters for televisions get banned and censored. TV posters can often be scandalous or cringe-inducing and these banned posters are definitely worth a look. From Heidi Klum to vampires we'd like to fuck, here are the 10 greatest banned TV posters of all time.
While it’s only been in the latter part of its evolution that television has fully embraced sexuality as a driving force of live-action entertainment, TV animation has almost always had a little more breathing room in using attractive scantily-clad characters to tell tales. There is probably a far-reaching wave of influence over children that is worth studying here, but that definitely is not what this is story is about.
Even after 12 and a half seasons, Family Guy is still one of the most popular shows on TV. The comedy's continued success might have something to do with all the hilarious characters on the Animation Domination, sorry, Sunday Funday series, both regulars and guest stars alike. Here are ten of the most memorable guest stars...
The efficacy of Family Guy’s humor from season to season is worth its own argument-inciting ranking, but for now, we’re focused just on the show’s 10 funniest characters. And as you can imagine, Meg isn't on the list.
What are the most popular network TV shows of 2014? Before we get into the fact that two comedies managed to top that list, which is particularly impressive in an era where network TV comedies aren't exactly thriving on the whole, let's define "popular," because this list has some very specific terms applied to it.
How goes it, fellow streamers? It’s kind of a light week on huge material from the Big 3. For now, though, you’ll just have to try to solve the murder of a dead child. Only the brightest and cheeriest for you folk.
The perfect mash-up special needs a lot of things going in the right direction, and while the Family Guy/Simpsons crossover isn’t a flawless hour of television by any means, it met or surpassed the expectations I had going into it. It’s fun, it’s surprisingly grounded, and it lets us watch the rarity of the Simpson family earning true moral superiority.
We are getting close to crunch time for The Simpsons/Family Guy one-hour crossover episode, which is rolling with the title The Simpsons Guy (the animators have even created a new logo for the episode, above). The crossover will premiere on Fox on Sunday, September 28 and to celebrate the big premiere, this week Fox released a slew of photos related to the event episode.
Later this month, Family Guy starts its 13th Season later this month with a Simpsons crossover episode. And now we all finally answer that age-old question, “What would it look like if Matt Groening and Seth MacFarlane drew each other?”
Fox has announced their Fall 2014 premiere schedule. Along with bringing back a number of returning shows, the network will debut the highly anticipated Batman prequel series Gotham, murder mystery Gracepoint, John Mulaney's new comedy Mulaney, the hospital-set drama Red Band Society and new reality series Utopia.