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.
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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.
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.
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.
One of the editors on FOX’s hit animated comedy discusses her unlikely landing of the coveted job, and how as a wife and working mom she relates to the show’s family-centered humor.
Coming this Sunday on FOX, Duncan runs for class president against Mia, but soon realizes the competition is more than he bargained for.
From this Sunday’s episode on FOX, feeling underappreciated on Mother’s Day, Annie adopts Duncan’s friend, who seems to care more for her than her own kids.
From this Sunday’s episode on FOX, Jack and Annie shared the joys of spy cams with the kids, who beg them not to use a babysitter.
From this Sunday’s episode on FOX, Amy Poehler’s Annie dons the judge’s robes as Wiz Khalifa’s Mr. Mitch sues a hardware store for a faulty ladder.
New episodes of series co-created by Amy Poehler and her ‘Parks and Recreation’ colleagues Mike and Julie Thacker Scully will air during 2021-2022 season.
Four years in the making, the ‘SNL’ alum’s new comedy, created with Emmy Award winners Mike and Julie Thacker Scully, her ‘Parks and Recreation’ cohorts, premieres this Sunday.
Pixar Animation Studios feature directed by Andrew Stanton makes an encore appearance in more than 2,900 theaters nationwide this Labor Day weekend.
See a slew of gorgeous concept imagery from Andrew Stanton’s highly anticipated follow-up to ‘Finding Nemo’ by Pixar artists including Sharon Calahan, Rona Liu, Steve Pilcher and more.
Disney unveils a new trailer and clips from Pixar Animation Studios’ ‘Finding Dory’ featuring Crush the sea turtle (voiced by director Andrew Stanton) and Hank the octopus
Hayden Rolence voices Nemo, now one year older following his big overseas adventure, alongside Ed O’Neill as Hank the octopus, Kaitlin Olson as a whale shark named Destiny, Ty Burrell as Bailey the beluga whale, Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy as Dory’s parents, and more.
Four new posters kick off the search for the elusive title character of the long-awaited Disney/Pixar animated sequel directed by Andrew Stanton.
New concept art reveals Ty Burrell’s snub-nosed beluga whale, Bailey, and his pal Destiny, a sweet whale shark voiced by Kaitlin Olson.
The follow-up to 2003’s Oscar-winning ‘Finding Nemo’ is to be set in the fictional Marine Biology Institute of California.