In the all-new episode airing Monday, December 4, Francine enters the strange and dangerous world of poker in order to learn how to hide her true feelings from Steve and Hayley.
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The dysfunctional duo is back sounding more like themselves than ever, and the possibilities are endless; discover what’s up with EVIL summer, Rick’s spaghetti, and more when the new season premieres October 15.
The Freaks’ Mary Jane-fueled misadventures take them from their high school reunion to matching wits with Mark Zuckerberg, settling old scores with Mitch McConnell, and battling Seth Rogen in a Pot Brownie Bake-Off contest in the final half of the second season.
In the all-new episode airing Monday, September 25, Francine becomes an overnight sensation when a famous art dealer discovers her homemade pottery.
In the all-new episode airing this Monday, September 11, Hayley makes Jeff get a friend to add some mystery to their relationship but gets more mystery than she bargained for – think meerkats!
It’s back! The first all-new episode of Season 18 – Part 2 airs this Monday, September 4; the hugely popular animated comedy, created by Seth MacFarlane, Mike Barker, and Matt Weitzman, about ultra-patriotic CIA agent Stan Smith and his unconventional family, returns with more absurd hilarity.
The long-awaited return of the sociopathic genius scientist who drags his inherently timid grandson on insanely dangerous adventures across the universe is finally happening.
The animated comedy, created by Seth MacFarlane, Mike Barker, and Matt Weitzman, returns with all new episodes September 4.
With an all-star voice cast including Woody Harrelson, John Goodman, Pete Davidson, Tiffany Haddish, Adam Devine, Blake Anderson, Andrea Savage, La La Anthony and Rapper ScHoolboy Q, the animated comedy, based on the cult underground comics, returns June 25.
Creator and showrunner Matt Weitzman converses about the long-running 20th Television Animation comedy series, whose 18th subversively fun season is now airing on TBS.
The adult animated series, based on Gilbert Shelton’s acclaimed underground comics, stars Woody Harrelson, Pete Davidson, John Goodman, and Tiffany Haddish as four pothead time travelers from the 1960s.
It’s news with 2 exclamation points as the animated comedy, created by Seth MacFarlane, Mike Barker and Matt Weitzman, heads back to TBS on March 27 for Season 18.
Claymation filmmaker Lee Hardcastle’s ‘Summer’s Sleepover’ animated short promises a trippy-horror-laden prelude to Halloween, airing October 30; more Season 6 episodes coming November 20.
In a freewheeling group confab, the creators and stars of the two-time Emmy Award-winning animated sitcom herald the arrival of a new season, debuting September 4 on Adult Swim.
Our comic duo takes a crazy journey through space, time and the multiverse; in the new season, premiering next month, the pair are down on their luck… will they bounce back?
Coming this September, the two-time Emmy Award-winning animated comedy hits the multiverse with all-new episodes that pose the question: will they bounce back from Season 5 adversity, or get swept up in an ocean of piss?
Last week at San Diego Comic-Con 2022, the network announced the release of additional Season 17 episodes of Seth MacFarlane’s animated comedy series about a super patriotic CIA agent, his unconventional family, and their misadventures.
Executive producers Courtney Solomon and Mark Canton get into the weeds about the creation and upcoming new season of their Tubi animated series.
Creators Teddy Riley, Matthew Hausfater, and Aaron Buchsbaum share some of the fast-paced setups and gags, including funny wall posters and tattoos you’ll miss if you blink – multiple viewings do help - as Dale, Derica, Truman, and Benny’s clout-tastic quest returns with 8 new episodes, now streaming on Prime Video.
The streamer shares first looks from the sophomore season of its irreverent adult animated comedy, which returns June 10 with 8 all-new episodes; the show follows four middle school friends in a timeless struggle to be cool in LA.
Ahead of its January 24 Season 17 premiere, the hugely popular animated adult comedy from 20th Television Animation gets renewed for 2 more seasons; brace yourselves for more comic misadventures of Stan Smith and his family.
Matt Hausfater, Teddy Riley, and Aaron Buchsbaum will create and produce projects to premiere exclusively on Prime Video; their new animated comedy, about four middle schoolers’ quest for trending coolness on the famous L.A. street, debuts on the streamer today.
Creators Matthew Hausfater, Teddy Riley and Aaron Buchsbaum’s debut animated comedy, about four middle school best friends and their never-ending quest for clout amidst the ‘trending’ on Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles, premieres today on Prime Video.
Real-time animated version of the popular content creator turned Vtuber will host an interactive watch party today, October 29, featuring the first two episodes of streamer’s all-new animated comedy about four middle school best friends and their never-ending quest for clout on Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles.