Family Guyis the ultimate rise from the ashes television story; after three seasons plagued with time-slot changes and a lack of faith from the FOX network, the show was quietly cancelled in 2002. However, after strong DVD sales and impressive ratings in syndication (as part of Cartoon Network’s then-new Adult Swim block), FOX decided to un-cancel the series, and season 4 premiered in 2005, with new episodes being produced to this day.
One of Family Guy‘s most remarkable traits is its unflinching willingness to push the boundaries of taste, for better or for worse. Sometimes the show’s myriad of genre-defining cutaway gags produces comedy gold, but ...
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