Family Guy Trailer: Stewie Finally Says His 'First' Word in Season 19 — Watch
It’s never been made explicitly clear which Family Guy characters are able to understand Stewie, but everyone in Quahog will hear his first word in Season 19 — and it’s a doozy. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Fox Sets Fall Return Date for Simpsons, Bob's Burgers and More Animated Fare
The Simpsons, the Harts, the Belchers and the Griffins will see you in September. READ MORE
Family Guy's Mike Henry Stepping Down as Voice of Cleveland: 'Persons of Color Should Play Characters of Color'
After two decades, Mike Henry is stepping down as the voice of Family Guy‘s Cleveland Brown, the actor announced on Twitter. READ MORE
Family Guy Video: Meg's Sex Dream About Santa Claus Is Ho-Ho-Horrifying
Meg Griffin is on the naughty list this year, which is exactly where Santa Claus wants her. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Has Family Guy Reversed Its Decision to 'Phase Out' Gay Jokes?
Nine months after announcing on-air that it was “trying to phase out” gay jokes, Family Guy offered a clarification of sorts on Sunday. READ MORE
Family Guy Sneak Peek: Who's Bonnie Cheating on Joe With This Time?
Family Guy returns for its 18th season on Sunday (Fox, 9:30/8:30c) with a tribute to Yacht Rock… and a marriage on the rocks. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Family Guy's Farewell to Adam West: How Did the Mayor Say Goodbye?
Nearly two years after the death of Adam West, Sunday’s Family Guy finale bade farewell to the TV legend, who has governed the (mostly) good people of Quahog, R.I. for the duration of the Fox comedy’s 17-season run. READ MORE & GRADE THE FINALE
Family Guy Finale Sneak Peek: Will Brian Replace Adam West as Mayor?
When Adam West passed away in June 2017, we didn’t just lose a beloved Hollywood treasure — we also lost the mayor of Quahog. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Family Guy Sneak Peek: Peter's Latest Death Is Also His Most Unsettling
It turns out that Peter Griffin’s Instagram feed is just as disturbing as you’d expect it to be. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: Monsters, Inc. Series, Cartoon President Premiere and More
Mike and Sulley are coming to TV: Billy Crystal and John Goodman will reprise their Monsters, Inc. roles in an animated series for the streaming service Disney+. READ MORE