9 items from 2011
Experience More Stewie, More Brian and More Hilarity With Never-Before-Seen Footage, the First Episode of the Tenth Season and More!
Fox.s hit animated TV show, Family Guy, is taking the Griffin family on the road in celebration of its 10th anniversary for a 10 city, one night only, exclusive midnight viewing on September 15, 2011. The .Something, Something, Something Anniversary. Screening event is sure to delight Family Guy fans, from the hardcore to the casual, with an exclusive episode and never-before-seen footage, as well as trivia and special DVD and merchandise giveaways.
The screening events will feature an exclusive sneak peak at the first episode of the new season, .Lottery Fever,. in which the Griffin family wins the lottery and struggles to stay grounded. Additionally, fans can experience one of the most popular episodes in Family Guy history, .Road to the Multiverse,. as selected by fans on Facebook, as well as a »
- Melissa Howland
Deadline Comic-Con TV correspondent Gary Hodges files: Executive producer of Family Guy (Fox) Mark Hentemann introduced a compilation of clips from upcoming episodes, leading with Quagmire making a special trip to the Griffin home to wish Meg a happy 18th birthday – cut to scenes of him flirting, tickling her, making innuendos. (“Look at Quagmire hitting on that skank!” Peter laughs from across the room.) Later we saw Peter and the rest of the boys deciding to get away for a guys’ trip, and quickly finding themselves in parodies of Deliverance and being arrested for talking down to a small town police officer. (Peter: “I knew we were in trouble when I saw the jury,” cutting to them in court, the jurors all Simpsons characters.) The clips ended with Lois inviting Peter to join her all-women book club, and Peter promptly breaking his own neck to get out of it. Afterward, »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Too soon? Just hours after the news broke that Amy Winehouse had died at the age of 27, executive producer Mark Hentemann mentioned her passing during Fox’s Family Guy panel at Comic-Con. Introducing members of the cast and writers onto the stage, Hentemann asked them if anyone knew whether or not Winehouse was still alive. The audience, in turn, appeared confused — some laughed, some “Oooh”-ed. Mike Henry, sang a bit of “Rehab” in character, and a seemingly shocked Seth MacFarlane took the stage and quickly asked Hentemann if he had asked anyone about that joke before going on. Writer »
- Sara Vilkomerson
It may be the second to last day of Comic Con, but things are far from slowing down. In fact, both movies and TV are in great supply the Saturday of the show. Maybe even to abundant...surely attendees and press alike will be making sacrifices as they pick and choose which events to see. Make your decision after the jump.
10:00-10:45 Chuck Screening and Q&A— Comic-Con fan-favorite Chuckreturns with a bang for its farewell panel to celebrate its fifth and final season. Executive producer and co-creator Chris Fedak, along with series stars Zachary Levi (Alvin and the Chipmunks), Yvonne Strahovski(upcoming My Mother's Curse), Joshua Gomez (Without a Trace), Ryan McPartlin, Mark Christopher Lawrence (The Pursuit of Happyness), Vik Sahay (Good Will Hunting), Scott Krinsky (The O.C.) with Sarah Lancaster(The Good Doctor), and Adam Baldwin (Serenity), offer a Q&A with fans and an unforgettable video presentation. »
San Diego Comic-Con has released its full schedule for Saturday. We have pulled out all of the movie, TV, and DVD-related activities for both nights below. If you want the full schedule with all the comic-book related activities, you can clickHere
Saturday, July 24
10:00-10:45 Chuck Screening and Q&A
Comic-Con fan-favorite Chuck returns with a bang for its farewell panel to celebrate its fifth and final season. Executive producer and co-creator Chris Fedak, along with series stars Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski, Joshua Gomez, Ryan McPartlin, Mark Christopher Lawrence, Vik Sahay, Scott Krinsky with Sarah Lancaster, and Adam Baldwin, offer a Q&A with fans and an unforgettable video presentation. Produced by Fake Empire, Wonderland Sound and Vision in association with Warner Bros. Television, Chuck airs Friday at 8:00 Et/Pt on NBC, and Chuck: The Complete Fourth Season DVD and Chuck: The Complete Fourth Season Blu-ray will be released this fall. »
If past years are any indication, Comic-Con will begin releasing its official 2011 panel schedule later today (Wednesday) with the schedule for Preview Night, Wednesday, July 20. If that happens then we can expect them to follow suit for the rest of the days, so that Thursday will see the release of the Thursday of Con schedule, etc., through Sunday.
Once the official schedules are posted these “TV and Movie Panels and Screenings Updates” will be scaled back to just the date, time, title, and location, since the rest of the information and So Much More (including comics panels, autograph signings, etc.) will be available on the Comic-Con schedule link we’ll provide. Consider this, then, the last of the extremely long posts, and hopefully we’ll be getting that official schedule soon.
- Erin Willard
It’s almost that time of year again when hordes of TV fans descend upon San Diego to see their favorite returning shows and the fall’s best new offerings at San Diego Comic-Con. While Comic-Con has yet to release their official schedule, the studios have started to unveil which shows and stars they’ll be sending to woo over Comic-Con’s TV fanatics and buzzmakers. TVLine has compiled the latest news from official press releases and sources like seat42f.com, IGN and EW.com for your convenience.
There are many, many more shows yet to be announced, so »
- Vlada Gelman
Twentieth Century Fox Television is taking no less than 13 new and familiar shows to next month’s San Diego Comic-Con, TVLine has learned — and among the production studio’s assemblage are both Bones leads (expectant Emily Deschanel included!), cast members from Glee, Futurama‘s Matt Groening, Billy West and Katey Sagal, and Jason Isaacs, the star of the midseason NBC drama Awake.
Also being showcased by Twentieth Century Fox TV are the midseason Bones spin-off The Finder; the much-anticipated, Steven Spielberg-produced Terra Nova; and the animated series The Simpsons, Family Guy, Bob’s Burgers, The Cleveland Show, American Dad, »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Fox has renewed Animation Domination favorites Family Guy for a tenth season and The Cleveland Show for a fourth season, it was announced today by Kevin Reilly, President of Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company.
"For nine seasons, our viewers have been cracked up, delighted, surprised and, at times, gloriously disturbed by the mind of Seth MacFarlane - and they keep coming back for more," said Reilly. "The Griffins and the Browns have become cornerstones of our Sunday nights, and we can't wait to find out what new adventures Seth, Mike (Henry) and Rich (Appel) cook up for them next season."
In the Foreign Affairs episode of Family Guy, airing Sunday, May 15 (9:00-9:30 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox, Bonnie (guest voice Jennifer Tilly) and Lois (Alex Borstein) plan a girls' getaway to Paris, but while there, Bonnie crosses the line in the City of Love. Meanwhile, Peter (Seth MacFarlane) homeschools »
9 items from 2011
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