TBS wants to keep American Dad! around for at least another season. The Seth MacFarlane-created animated series debuted its 11th season back in September and switched from Fox to TBS a few episodes in, and now THR reports that TBS has already ordered a 22-episode second season on the network (it'll make the series' 12th overall). "We are thrilled with American Dad’s performance to date and are confident the show is going to continue its tremendous success," Turner exec Deborah K. Bradley said in a statement. "By ordering a new season while the current season is early in its run, we're ensuring that Seth MacFarlane and his team [...]
The summer movie season continues this week with the release of A Million Ways to Die in the West, the second film written and directed by Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane after 2012' s Ted. MacFarlane, who makes his (non-voice) acting debut here as the movie's lead, co-scripted A Million Ways to Die with his Ted co-writers Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild, but the creative team's second big-screen comedy isn't faring as well as their first.
Review aggregators Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic are currently rating a A Million Ways to Die in the West at 33% and 45/100, respectively, a significant drop from the scores Ted received two years ago: [...]
Here's the brand new red band trailer for Seth MacFarlane's new movie, A Million Ways to Die in the West. The trailer features a bit of the same footage from the last one but with a bunch of new jokes and scenes, plus more hot air balloons and horse shit.
As if he has any free time these days, Seth MacFarlane somehow managed to write his first book. He authored a 208-page novelization of his next movie, A Million Ways to Die in the West. was co-written by MacFarlane and frequent collaborators Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild, but he wrote the book solo. MacFarlane also stars in the film as a sheep herder who falls in love with a woman (Charlize Theron), only to find her husband (Liam Neeson) is a dangerous criminal. A Million Ways to Die in the West: The Novel comes out March 4th. The movie, while the movie that inspired it hits theaters May 30th,
On last night's episode of Family Guy, the Griffin's dog and smartest member of the family Brian was struck by a car and killed off. Brian, who was voiced by Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane, died after baby Stewie's time machine had broken, meaning he was unable to go back and save him. But since the world of Family Guy has a very casual relationship with continuity and logic, it's more than possible that his death need not be the end of Brian.
Update: Family Guy's writers made reference to the death at Comic-Con a few months ago, saying that one family member would be killed and replaced by another [...]