Family Guy

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‘Family Guy’ Finds Another Home
LOS ANGELES ( – The formerly unloved-by-networks “Family Guy” is going back into production at its original home, FOX. It’s one of Cartoon Network’s highest-rated shows. And now it’s being added to a third lineup.
The animated series will join the TBS prime-time slate on July 7, airing Wednesdays at 8 and 8:30 p.m. ET. The pickup is part of TBS’ effort to remake itself as “the ultimate destination for comedy lovers,” chief operating officer Steve Koonin says.
“Family Guy” will be paired with “Seinfeld” reruns on Wednesdays. It will also remain part of Cartoon Network’s lineup, where it remains the No. 1 show in the late-night “Adult Swim” block that’s a haven for young-adult viewers, in particular the elusive college-age male.
The show follows the lives of the middle-class Griffin family of Quahog, R.I., with portly patriarch Peter (voiced by creator Seth MacFarlane) doing his best to provide for his family — wife Lois (Alex Borstein), insecure daughter Meg (Mila Kunis, “That ’70s Show”), dim-bulb son Chris (Seth Green, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), evil genius baby Stewie (MacFarlane again) and talking dog/voice of reason Brian (also MacFarlane).
After bouncing it around the schedule numerous times over three seasons, FOX cancelled “Family Guy” in 2002. Strong ratings for the Cartoon Network repeats and brisk DVD sales persuaded the network to order new episodes, scheduled for summer 2005. MacFarlane is also at work on a new FOX series, “American Dad,” set for midseason.