As animal lovers everywhere breathlessly await a new season of the Fox animated comedy series, creators Gabrielle Allan, Jennifer Crittenden, and Clea DuVall open up about their hilarious ‘pet’ project.
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In the Season 2 finale airing this Sunday on Fox, the Tobins spend Father’s Day weekend at an RV park and uncover the identity of the Fiend of Family Land; meanwhile Moon meets a skunk and Judy finds a new love.
In the all-new episode airing May 15 on FOX, a new indoor water park is opening in Lone Moose and everyone wants to go…. except Wolf!
In the all-new episode airing tonight on FOX, Ham wants to redo his coming out moment with more drama, and less loving acceptance, so he seeks to make his theatrical dreams come true.
For writer Charlie Kelly, May 8th’s episode, about Ham wanting to redo his ‘being gay’ announcement to elicit a more ‘theatrical’ reaction, shows that the unconditional love of family, however uneventful, makes for the best ‘reveal’ anyone could ask for.
In the all-new episode airing May 1 on FOX, Wolf chaperones Ham and Judy on a school field trip to the abandoned Death Cliff Prison; meanwhile, Beef accidentally agrees to compose a poem.
In the all-new episode airing April 24 on FOX, Beef struggles when the boat needs repairs and he can’t fish for a whole week!
In the all-new episode airing April 10 on FOX, Moon incurs Debbie’s wrath; meanwhile Beef Is determined to save his favorite museum from shutting down.
In the all-new episode airing March 27 on FOX, Ham befriends an older woman who loves to party; meanwhile, Judy takes up pottery and is not great at it.
In the all-new episode airing March 13 on FOX, the school is putting on a musical based on ‘The Perfect Storm,’ and Judy REALLY wants the lead; Moon must convince his family he’s ready to stay home alone.
In the all-new episode airing March 6 on FOX, Judy relaunches ‘Saved by the Spells,’ a legendary secret society while Moon makes a new friend on his CB radio; also see what surprises the week has in store for Honeybee and Wolf.
In the all-new episode airing February 27 on FOX, Beef joins a local moms’ group, while Moon and his friends build a Dread Sled; also find out if the Tobin family’s potholder is haunted!
In the all-new holiday-themed episode airing December 19 on FOX, when Jerry's Bigfoot costume gets stolen a few days before Christmas, Beef helps him track it down… and the Tobin kids try to build an elaborate gingerbread village.
In the all-new episode airing November 21 on FOX, the Tobin kids and Honeybee take part in an old family tradition called ‘The Beef Hunt,’ while Beef wrestles with his greatest fear.
In the all-new episode airing November 14 on FOX, Ham is assigned an after-school job at a restaurant as part of ‘Careers Week,’ and he’s in for a surprise! Meanwhile Moon develops a crush on an older woman.
In the new episode airing November 7 on FOX, Judy’s mystery party exiles Beef from the house, where he finds himself on an unintended date with Alyson.
In the new episode airing October 24 on FOX, Wolf discovers that Beef longs for a jet ski, and he’s determined to make it happen; Ham bonds with a novelty singing fish toy… so what else is new?
In the new episode airing October 17 on Fox, the Tobins tell their favorite stories about Delmer, determined to keep him awake and alive after he suffers a concussion from a dreadful ‘soup’ accident.
In the new episode airing October 3 on Fox, Ham is invited to audition for a punk band after they hear him scream, while Honeybee and Wolf get their first directing gig.
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.
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.
The adventure continues! Team Downey and Warner Bros. takes the hint after 60-million-member households tuned in last June to catch the heartwarming and hopeful post-apocalyptic show based on Jeff Lemire’s groundbreaking DC comic.
Emmy Award-winning entertainment company delivers nearly 1,000 visual effects shots, including CG tigers, elephants, and Bobbie the hybrid human-groundhog, on Netflix’s post-apocalyptic adventure series.
Come June 30, the world will finally learn the ‘real’ story of the fight for American independence, complete with colonial AT-ATs, energy weapons, and plenty of salty language.