The two of the animated stalwarts will be remaining on the network throughout the 2022-23 season. Fox is finally locking in two of its long-running animated series for additional seasons. The network has given two-season renewals to the Bob’s Burgers and Family Guy, which will be keeping both of the shows on the air through the 2022-23 season.
These pickups will be taking Bob’s Burgers through its 13th season, and Family Guy through its 20th season on the network. In this article, we will be discussing the details regarding the renewal of the two animated series for two more seasons.
Michael Thorn, the president of Fox Entertainment, revealed that Family Guy and Bob’s Burgers are the key pillars of the success of their network. By taking the genre to the new heights and driving pop culture in meaningful ways, they have laid the foundation for making Animation Domination one of the most powerful program blocks in all of television.
He added that both of these two-season renewals affirm once again their commitment to animation and empower them to continue in their build as the leader in the space with distinct and fresh new comedies. They would also like to thank Set, Loren, and their entire teams, not to mention their partners at 20th Television, and they are excited to continue these great shows with them.
Family Guy And Bob’s Burgers Renewal Details
The producer of both of these series is Disney’s 20th Television, along with the other Sunday animated shows of Network, The Simpsons, which begins its record-extending 32nd season on Sunday and sophomore entries Bless the Harts and Duncanville. The co-producer of the two shows is Fox Entertainment as it has done for most of it new series since the year 2018 sale of what was then called 20th Century Fox TV and the other assets to Disney left the network without an affiliated studio.
Fox has made animation a key part of its strategy, having acquired Bob’s Burgers animation studio Bento Box last year and giving series the orders to The Great North, which has already been renewed for a second season, and Housebroken. Both of the shows are animated by Bento Box. Fox is also developing an animated comedy which is set in the world of The X-Files and has made a direct broadcast deal with Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon that includes a series commitment for an animated show.
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