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Animation

FOX airs previously postponed “Animation Domination” hurricane-themed crossover

By Jeff Pfeiffer Follow @ChannelGuideJP This Sunday’s (Oct. 2) new episodes of The Cleveland Show, Family Guy and American Dad will be series crossover episodes focused around a hurricane that hits the shows’ respective cities of Stoolbend, Quahog and Langley Falls. These episodes were originally slated to air last spring, but were postponed out of respect to the victims of the devastating tornadoes and storms that battered the South at that time. Since then, various other storms have not shown Mother Nature has any inclination to ease up too much, so perhaps FOX is trying to squeeze these in before […]

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Horror

What to Watch: Halloween season 2010

Whether you like your Halloween scares terrifying, gory, classic, humorous, family-friendly — or all of the above — there are plenty of options to tune in to this season, and following are some highlights listed in airdate order. Programs are subject to change; check back throughout the month for updates and additions. For more info on the movies listed here, or to search for other scary titles airing this month, visit our Movie Database. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation— CBS, Oct. 7 at 9pm ET/PT. In the new “Blood Moon” episode, a vampire and werewolf convention is at the heart of […]

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TV News & Program Updates

FOX E-Valentine’s Day cards available

FOX is enabling fans to create personalized e-Valentines featuring popular characters from their “Animation Domination” Sunday programming block (The Simpsons, The Cleveland Show, Family Guy and American Dad). The inside of the card can be personalized, while the outside features the character and a witty line, such as: STEWIE (Family Guy) – “Love, like potty training, is messy, but rewarding.”; or “We all die alone. Happy Valentine’s.”; or “No one’s into you.”

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Animation

FOX TV Dads Pick NFL Games

FOX got the dads from its “Wildest Shows on Earth” Sunday animated lineup to pick this weekend’s NFL games. Homer Simpson of, uh, The Simpsons, Hank Hill of King of the Hill, Peter Griffin of Family Guy and Stan Smith of American Dad all weigh in on this weekend’s slate. We’ll check back on Tuesday to see how they did. Just remember guys: When you participate in sports, it’s not whether you win or lose — it’s how drunk you get. I’ve always wondered who’s actually writing these interviews with cartoon characters. Do they get a writer from the show, […]