The new season kicks off with a big musical episode as Judy reaches the monumental milestone of having her braces removed, coming this Sunday, September 26 on FOX.
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New titles from TMS Entertainment’s hugely successful anime franchise, featuring the beloved superhero whose head is a popular Japanese pastry (an anpan), are now available on FOX Entertainment’s free streaming service.
In this season's final episode airing August 30 on FOX, at the annual Witch Day Festival, Jing becomes possessed when Kimberly’s magic potion actually works, while Duncan and friends enter a haunted Circuit City and Jack tries to finally win Annie a stuffed animal at the milk bottle toss.
In the new episode airing August 23 on FOX, Annie is suspended from her job and bonds with a group of birds that soon invade her home, while Kimberly tries to ask a boy out over the phone and Duncan struggles to jump up to a high branch like his friends.
Riki Lindhome co-writes (with her ‘Garfunkel & Oates’ co-star Kate Micucci) and performs the show’s first ever production number as her character finds new popularity after finally getting her braces removed; ‘Off to the Braces’ airs this coming Monday, August 16 on FOX.
With new episodes of the series returning tonight, the network pickups up another season of its animated comedy about neighborhood pets working out their issues in therapy from ‘Veep’ colleagues Gabrielle Allan, Jennifer Crittenden and Clea DuVall; series stars include Lisa Kudrow, Will Forte, Tony Hale, and Jason Mantzoukas.
Network orders a presentation by the ‘Reno 911’ star for his workplace adventure comedy set at a secretive mashup of the Coast Guard and Post Office.
In the new episode airing July 19 on Fox, Duncan skips the PSATs to hang out with his grifter Uncle Stan, to his parents’ disappointment, while Jack, Kimberly and Jing clean the creepy attic to stay on Annie’s good side.
In the new episode airing July 12 on Fox, Jack coaches Jing’s little league soccer team, but feeling he’s too easy on the kids, gets Duncan to yell at the team; Annie takes Kimberly to work with her after having a falling out with her friends.
In the new episode airing June 28 on Fox, Jing and Jack start a child birthday band together and Annie takes on managing them, while Duncan and his friends try to raise money to buy a massage couch they tried out at the mall, by charging scooters; author Stephen King guest stars.
Apple Studios’ series, based on Pyle’s popular webcomic and #1 New York Times Bestselling graphic novel, will feature profound and heartfelt stories about beings on a distant planet not unlike our own.
The ‘Drawn Together’ creator has been named executive producer and showrunner of Fox’s new animated comedy about a flawed family of humans, gods, and monsters trying not to kill each other while running a mythical ancient Greek city.
In the new episode airing June 14 on Fox, things get out of hand when Jack and Annie hijack a middle school party thrown by the cool kids to which Kimberly wasn’t invited, while Duncan and his friends work on becoming the next internet sensations.
In the new episode airing June 7 on Fox, Duncan and Kimberly get sent to therapy camp in the hope they’ll stop fighting, and Jing is overwhelmed by all the attention she’s suddenly getting.
Airing May 31 on Fox in the show’s Monday time period debut, Duncan starts racing stock cars to escape his mom, but they make a great racing team; Jing demands a room renovation to secretly spend more time with Kimberly, while Jack struggles with the project.
In Part 1 of the 2-part debut, featuring guest star Nick Offerman, the family takes its first vacation, and Duncan needs to know if Mia hung out with a guy over the summer; coming May 23 on Fox.
With a Season 3 renewal in hand prior to the show’s Season 2 May 23 premiere, the prolific co-creators and executive producers, along with star Amy Poehler, have cemented a spot on Fox's all-important primetime animation lineup.
‘Rick and Morty’ creator’s show about a flawed family of humans, gods, and monsters in a mythical ancient Greek city will be curated on Blockchain with a digital marketplace selling all sorts of NFT merchandise; series to debut in 2022.
Elizabeth Banks to produce and star as Fred and Wilma’s now 20-something daughter in the continuing stories of everyone’s favorite modern Stone Age Family.
The eternally gloomy former The Smiths’ frontman has spoken out against the ‘harshly hateful tactics’ of a recent ‘The Simpsons’ episode, which pokes fun at his elitist and bigoted opinions.
Content deal with Shout! Factory brings popular anime features to the streaming platform including ‘Millennium Actress,’ ‘Liz and the Blue Bird,’ and ‘Penguin Highway; award-winning ‘In This Corner of the World’ will join the line-up in 2022.
Hit animated comedy gets new season order ahead of its May 23 Season 2 debut; new episodes will air on Mondays in front of all-new animated comedy ‘Housebroken’ starting May 31.
The longest-running primetime scripted show in TV history will hit at least 757 episodes as it’s renewed for an unprecedented 33rd and 34th seasons.
Nearly 500 episodes are added to its already extensive line-up of movies and TV series, including new installments of ‘One Piece,’ ‘Dr. Slump,’ ‘Slam Dunk,’ and ‘Ge-Ge-Ge No Kitaro.’