It looks like the future of Fox’s new Seth MacFarlane-produced sitcom Dads is not so great after all. According to Deadline, the network has cut the season down to 19 episodes (following a full 22-season order in late October) to make room for Glee come February. It’s an unsurprising move considering Dads’ status as Fox’s lowest-rated freshman sitcom and the target of much critical backlash for its reliance on racial stereotypes and general unfunniness, not to mention the comparative success of Andy Samberg’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Fox’s currently overcrowded lineup. Fox chairman Kevin Reilly stuck up for Dads in October by calling it “an asset [...]
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