While the big networks are cautiously buying pilot episodes of all the new series they're interested in for fall 2013, Fox has jumped the gun and ordered Seth MacFarlane's new show, Dads, straight to series, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Fox greenlit a six-episode first season of Dads, which was co-created by MacFarlane and his Ted co-writers Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild, yesterday. Dads is a multi-camera sitcom about two guys whose lives are turned upside-down when their fuck-up dads come to live with them. So, it's basically Adam Sandler's That's My Boy times two. Dads is the second TV show to be ordered straight to series [...]
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