Ratings: 'Family Guy' Takes Key Demo; CBS and Fox Tie for First 2 weeks ago
Fox's "Family Guy" scored the night's top ratings in the key demographic on Sunday as Fox and CBS tied in the demo and...
By Tim Kenneally
Trio of intertwined episodes will have to wait until next season, due to extremely bad timing
"Family Guy" takes the evening's best numbers despite NBA playoffs
Peter Griffin's two-dimensional laughs draw the number-one slot
Basketball, "Undercover Boss" and "The Amazing Race" fill the night's top 5-rated slots
"Detroit 187," "Secret Millionaire" experience viewership dips
Seth MacFarlane explains why he thinks it's a good thing that some of his shows are too hot for TV
A banned episode of "Family Guy" will be released as a standalone DVD
And a pair of new ABC shows scored all-time low numbers
Matt Groening's sci-fi cartoon comedy gets a new life on Comedy Central
Game 5 of the Lakers/Celtics series easily wins the night; "Family Guy" the only other network show to average above a 2.0 in adults
Catch up on all the top schmooze, as Ester gives her own outrageous take on the week
Kids of public figures should be off limits to media scrutiny, mockery and savaging
Politician uses her daughter to attack the show's writers for allegedly attacking her son
Urges that members complain to FCC about 'toon masturbation scene.
"Fox hides behind satire and animation as an ‘excuse’ to air the foulest material imaginable”
'Something Something Something Dark Side' will premiere on DVD later this month before airing on Fox.
"Something Something Something Darkside" parodies "The Empire Strikes Back."
After all the hype, Fox's Seth MacFarlane special didn't establish any new advertising templates. Next!
It was too hot for Microsoft. But will viewers flock to it?
The Seth MacFarlane variety show that was too hot for Microsoft will get a boost from the Warner Bros. movie.
Software giant claims it had no idea the Fox hit featured tasteless humor. Will the show still go on?
Producer will develop live-action and animated shows.
Seth MacFarlane to star in infomercial/variety show designed to hype new OS.
The network desperately wants to be known as something other than the home of "American Idol."
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”