Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane has signed a deal with 20th Century Fox TV that will keep him rolling in some big dough through 2012!
Get the scoop on MacFarlane's big deal:
"Family Guy" Creator Signs Record Megadeal
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Good for him! He's one of the funniest guys out there. He deserves to be rewarded for making me laugh :)
pretty awesome....it sounds like hes finally being rewarded for all the laughter through the years
I am happy for Seth, he deserves the money much more than the hollow actors and actresses out there as well as the produces and writers which bring out painfully crap shows and movies. Family Guy and American dad are brilliant shows with an excellent sense of humour and depth to them. Congrats Seth!
I will be the first one to say that seasons 1-3 of Family Guy are funny, witty, and different from any other animation shows out there. However, season 4 had only SOME decent episodes that were worth watching, and ever since, Family Guy has become a huge disappointment. Seth MacFarlane HAD an amazing show, but not anymore. It seems forced and boring.... like they have no new material whatsoever. It's gotten to the point where American Dad totally shines over Family Guy, and that's not saying too much. And don't even get me started on the "Cleveland Show"... what a sad attempt to cash in.
jessikac are u insane?i think family guy has gotten better and better ever since. mcstroke for example is one of the best episodes ever!
Yeah, McStroke was the a funny and good episode after like 12 pretty terrible ones, and followed by pretty terrible ones also. One good episode among 15 bad ones doesn't mean the series keeps improving... it means they got lucky. Don't get me wrong, I can safely say I know seasons 1-3 pretty much by heart and love them now as much as I ever did, but 2 episodes into season 4, they were done. I've kept watching because of episodes like McStroke, but sadly, quality doesn't appear often in Family Guy anymore.