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Father of the Pride (TV Series 2004–2005) Poster

(2004–2005)

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After showing the episode "One Man's Meat Is Another Man's Girlfriend" (episode 1.07), NBC put Father of the Pride on hiatus due to low ratings.
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First prime-time animated series to air in high definition in the United States.
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The lion name S.A.R.M.O.T.I. is actually an acronym for executive producers Siegfried And Roy, Masters Of The Impossible.
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After a month of the show being on hiatus, NBC brought the show back in December 2004. After airing three out of the five unaired episodes, NBC canceled the show with two episodes left unaired.
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John Goodman performed the show's main title theme.
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The last two episodes of 'Father of the Pride' ('Stage Fright' and 'The Siegfried and Roy Fantasy Experience Movie') may not have been shown on TV in the United States, but where aired on the British network Sky One, in May 2005. The two episodes can also be seen on the DVD.
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The four hotel signs that show the cast in the opening credits belong to the MGM Grand, New York New York, Bellagio, and Treasure Island hotels; these four, along with the Mirage, were the Las Vegas hotels in the MGM/Mirage group at the time the show was made.
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Each episode costs $1.6 million and takes nine months to make.
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Commercials promoted the series as "from the creators of Shrek," which many took to mean that this was a family-friendly show. In reality, it a series more like South Park (1997) or Family Guy (1998). One episode had a character say, "screw you guys, I'm goin' home!"
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