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Seth MacFarlane Picked to Host 2013 Oscars


Seth MacFarlane’s terrific opening monologue on last month’s season premiere of Saturday Night Live must’ve caught some VIP eyes.

The Family Guy creator has been tapped to host the 85th annual Academy Awards ceremony on …READ MORE

Seth MacFarlane Hosts SNL Season Premiere: What Were the Best and Worst Skits?


Season 38 of Saturday Night Live got off to an excellent start with Family Guy‘s Seth MacFarlane proving to be a hard-working, versatile presence as host.

The cold open (with Jay Pharoah replacing Fred Armisen as Barack Obama) and opening monologue (with MacFarlane nailing a wide range of voices in a cute musical number) were promising appetizers to an episode that scored laughs in pretty much every sketch — right down to …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS

Seth MacFarlane to Host SNL Season Premiere


Saturday Night Live will kick off its 38th season Sept. 15 with host Seth MacFarlane and musical guest Frank Ocean, NBC announced Wednesday morning.

This marks the Family Guy creator’s first turn as host.

UPDATE: Seth MacFarlane On ‘SNL’ — The Best & Worst Skits

Other confirmed SNL emcees include …READ MORE

TVLine Items: Eureka's Extra Hour, Roseanne's (Scripted) TV Return, Thrones Casting, and More

EUREKA -- "Up in the Air" Episode 414 -- Pictured: (l-r) Colin Ferguson as Jack Carter, Joe Morton as Henry Deacon -- Photo by: Eike Schroter/Syfy

Add another twist to the soap opera that is Eureka‘s future — though this latest turn is actually a happy one. Syfy is remaining firm in its decision not to continue on with the five-year-old drama series, but …READ MORE

TVLine Items: Fox OKs Flintstones Reboot, Curb Nabs Family Guys, and More TV News to Know


Henceforth, Seth MacFarlane shall be known as Fox’s Prince of Animation: The Family Guy/American Dad creator has officially been granted permission to reboot The Flintstones. READ MORE

TVLine Items: Seagal's Surprising Comeback, MacFarlane Roasts, and Other TV News to Know


Steven Seagal is once again Steven Seagal Lawman.

A&E has somewhat unexpectedly greenlit a third season of the docuseries, says, after it was shut down (and presumably scrapped) last year following accusations of sex trafficking against the action star. The lawsuit was later dropped, but Seagal’s Louisiana beat was swayed by the controversy, halting production on the show. Fortunately for Seagal, his friends in Arizona’s Maricopa County gave him his badge back.

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