Cleveland Show’s Future is Unclear
Fox TV has recently announced the renewal of its Sunday animation regulars, Seth MacFarlane’s Family Guy and American Dad. However, EW.com reports that the studio has not yet made any commitments to renewing the Family Guy spinoff The Cleveland Show.
Family Guy, which kickstarted Seth MacFarlane’s series of animated shows, will be on its 11th season this fall, while American Dad will be on its eighth. There will be a total of 22 episodes in the new season of each of the toons. According to some sources, Cleveland Show still has enough episodes in the works to keep it on the air for its fourth season next year, so there is room for another season, should Fox choose to go that route.
The Cleveland Show was originally co-created by Mike Henry, Richard Appel, and Seth MacFarlane. The show debuted in September of 2009, and eventually went on to garner an Emmy nomination as it told the story of the daily lives of the Brown/Tubbs family.
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