"I see this as a comedy intervention."
Seth MacFarlane's animated trio had been set for Hurricane Sunday Night.
What did you do?
Seth MacFarlane just made a few million more dollars.
'The Beaver' has company.
Plus: Ang Lee finds an unknown to headline 'Life of Pi.'
Plus: Katy Perry on her strict no-sex-with-crucifixes policy.
The Hoff gets hassled at the soon-to-air show's taping.
He'll make his debut with teddy-bear comedy 'Ted.'
That's Seth MacFarlane, not Alex Trebek.
Plus: Hitler proves to be too irresistible for Oliver Stone to avoid.
Warner Bros. has more balls than Microsoft.
Plus: Bret Easton Ellis! 'American Dad'! Reese Witherspoon!
Who put in all those offensive jokes?
Plus: Clive Owen! Catherine Keener! Bros!
They're not unfunny because they're shocking, they're unfunny because they're hack.
We can only imagine Chris Kattan is glad to find himself no longer the No. 1 target of Piven's ire.
MacFarlane takes to YouTube to make the case that 'Family Guy' is more deserving of an Emmy than 'The Office.'
"Ultimately, Stewie will be gay or a very unhappy repressed heterosexual."
Is this any way to promote a viral-video site? We think not!
The long and contentious war between Seth MacFarlane and 'Entertainment Weekly' seems to be over … or is it?
It's funny, though!
The idea of the 'Family Guy' creator playing an upright ectoplasmic German trapped in a pressurized suit cracks us up.
MacFarlane is launching a series of noisy Webisodes that will probably scare the living daylights out of you while you're trying to surf the Internet.