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THE CLEVELAND SHOW ''Harder, Better, Faster, Browner'' Season 2 Episode 1 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek and browse photos of the Season 2 premiere of THE CLEVELAND SHOW titled  Harder, Better, Faster, Browner  which airs Sunday September 26, 2010 at 8:30pm on FOX. You can read all our coverage of The Cleveland Show here. Episode Synopsis:  Rallo and Cassandra share a moment, a special guest pays Cleveland a visit, and Cleveland becomes Kenny's (guest star Kanye West) mentor to help him start his rap career in the second season premiere episode  Harder, Better, Faster, Browner  airing Sunday, Sept. 26 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) Source & Preview

THE CLEVELAND SHOW ''Harder, Better, Faster, Browner'' Season 2 Episode 1 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek and browse photos of the Season 2 premiere of THE CLEVELAND SHOW titled Harder, Better, Faster, Browner which airs Sunday September 26, 2010 at 8:30pm on FOX. You can read all our coverage of The Cleveland Show here. Episode Synopsis: Rallo and Cassandra share a moment, a special guest pays Cleveland a visit, and Cleveland becomes Kenny's (guest star Kanye West) mentor to help him start his rap career in the second season premiere episode Harder, Better, Faster, Browner airing Sunday, Sept. 26 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) Source & Preview

Kanye West returns to 'The Cleveland Show': Exclusive sneak peek at a hilarious scene

You never know where Kanye West is going to pop up lately. One night he's debuting an awesome new song at the VMAs in Los Angeles, the next he's rocking New York City's Yankee Stadium with big bro Jay-Z - and on Sept. 26, the rap superstar is heading back to scenic Stoolbend, Va. More precisely, it's his cartoon alter ego, Kenny West,  who's returning to that fictional town for the season two premiere of Fox's The Cleveland Show. For an exclusive sneak peek at West's animated guest appearance, available only right here at the Music Mix, read on. To Read More Click Here .

Justin Timberlake Goes Gay for Fox's 'Cleveland'

Justin Timberlake will make an appearance in 'Cleveland.' No, not one on TV Land with Betty White -- the pop star-turned-actor will lend his voice to Fox's animated 'The Cleveland Show.' According to MTV News, Timberlake will play two different characters on the show. He'll voice a gay character named Paul, the love interest of Terry (voiced by 'Saturday Night Live''s Jason Sudeikis), and a musical booger named -- what else -- Booger. (Yes, an actual booger owned by Cleveland's stepson Rallo). Of course, Timberlake has never been shy about getting laughs, especially on his 'Saturday Night Live' appearances. He packaged his, uh, package for the Internet hit "D--- in a Box," danced and crooned in a foam costume for "Omletteville" and donned a leotard for a Beyonce parody. So a singing booger should be no problem. To Read More Click Here .

Turner Picks Up Syndication Rights to 'The Cleveland Show'

The good fortune continues for 'The Cleveland Show' as Turner has picked up the Fox animated sitcom's syndication rights, according to Variety. Starting in 2013, TBS and Adult Swim will begin airing episodes of the show, as they have done with another Seth MacFarlane production, 'The Family Guy.' 'The Cleveland Show' is a spinoff of 'The Family Guy,' relocating the Cleveland Brown character to Virginia, where he starts a new life. Last month, with only one full season having aired, Fox renewed 'The Cleveland Show' for a third season. The network had previously renewed it for a second season before the show's debut, which turned out to be a hit with adults 18-34 and teens. Adult Swim also holds the rights to MacFarlane's 'American Dad,' which also runs on Fox. Variety also points to a trend -- cable networks spending money for the syndication rights to first-year non-cable network shows. Twentieth Television sold the rights to 'Modern Family' to USA and 'Glee' to Oxygen. A show would usually have to reach about 100 episodes to be considered for syndication, since each episode will be played multiple times. If 'Modern Family,' 'Glee' and 'The Cleveland Show' continue to perform and the syndication bet pays off, it may start more of a trend away from the 100-episode standard. Source Here

THE CLEVELAND SHOW Renewed For Season 3

FOX has picked up THE CLEVELAND SHOW for a third season before season 2 has even aired. The Cleveland Show features the voice talents of Mike Henry, Sanaa Lathan, Reagan Gomez, Kevin Michael Richardson, Jason Sudeikis and Seth MacFarlane, as well as Arianna Huffington in a recurring role. The animated series follows everyone's favorite soft-spoken neighbor, Cleveland Brown (Henry), as he settles into married life with his high school sweetheart and their blended family in his hometown of Stoolbend, VA. In its upcoming second season, Cleveland attempts to prove his athletic prowess, Roberta (Gomez) gets distracted with a new love interest and Rallo (Henry) pals around with three new friends voiced by Grammy Award winners will.i .am and T-Pain and comedy legend Carl Reiner. Additionally, the Brown family hits the road and travels to some exotic locales. The series' star-studded sophomore season will also include guest voice appearances by Justin Timberlake, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Tony Hawk and cast members from the hit series Glee. Source Here

The Cleveland Show Rap Battle Featuring Kanye West

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Cleveland Show Creator: Writing Raps for Kanye Was Like Painting for Picasso

Could the writers of The Cleveland Show have a future creating rhymes for Kanye West? "It's like your painting something to show Picasso," Cleveland Show co-creator and executive producer Mike Henry tells TVGuide.com of writing a rap for West, who voices a character in Sunday's episode. "He read it, and he was laughing. We had a room of five or six guys that wrote the rap, and Kanye joked we should write on his next album." West, the Grammy-winning rapper who is almost as well known for his antics as his music, voices Kenny West, a small-time rapper and the coolest kid in Stoolbend. When Cleveland Jr. falls for Kenny's girlfriend (voiced by Taraji P. Henson), they stage a rap-off to win the girl's heart. Henry says getting West on board was a snap. "I was actually in the recording booth one day about to start recording Cleveland, and Kanye came in out of nowhere and pushed me aside and said he had his own character," Henry jokes, referencing West's gaffe with Taylor Swift at the MTV Video Music Awards last year. To Read More Click Here .

Sneak peek of Kanye's 'Cleveland Show' guest appearance only reminds me of the genius of 'Gay Fish'

As Seth MacFarlane & Co., announced over a year ago, Kanye West will be appearing as rapper Kenny West on Sunday's episode of The Cleveland Show. And embedded after the jump, see Fox's sneak peek of the episode, in which Kenny threatens Cleveland Jr., through rap. Of course, the question is: Is this rap better than the rendition of 'Gay Fish' performed by 'Kanye West' on South Park? I say it's not even close. In my book, Kanye will always love fish sticks. What say you, PopWatchers? Source & Video

'The Cleveland Show' Sued By Village People Cop - Starpulse

Original Village People star Victor Willis is threatening to sue Fox Broadcasting Company executives over suggestions he provided the voiceover for an "offensive" episode of animated comedy "The Cleveland Show." The In The Navy singer claims a press release falsely stated he was involved in the show, which poked fun at his former band. Willis' spokeswoman Linda Smith tells WENN, "Victor was offended by the episode and says he would never have agreed to do a voiceover for such an offensive portrayal of the Village People police character originally created by him." To Read More Click Here .
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