The late Adam West will be heard in a number of projects to come, but perhaps no gig was so permanently affected as the former Batman star’s Family Guy role as Quahog’s mayor. Now, FOX pays tribute to our beloved “Bright Knight” with an extended reel of West’s wacky politician.
Just as NBC’s Powerless carried on the late Adam West’s inimitable presence, so too will Family Guy keep our beloved Bright Knight alive. Producers confirm West recorded at least five more episodes for the coming season, after which Quahog’s mayor may never be replaced.
We’re still reeling from the loss of Adam West, TV’s original Batman and “Bright Knight” icon of superhero fans. The actor lost a battle with leukemia this weekend, and now Batman co-stars Julie Newmar and Burt Ward weigh in, along with Family Guy producers and many more.
We’re still reeling the loss of Star Wars legend and all-around treasure Carrie Fisher, though as tends to be the case with departed stars, their upcoming projects will help uphold their legacy. In addition to completing her work on Star Wars Episode VIII, Fisher had also recorded several 2017 episodes of Family Guy, and completed her role in Season 3 of the UK’s Catastrophe.
Well, that didn't take long. Just days after 'Family Guy' aired its apparent shocker episode "Life of Brian," which saw a seemingly permanent end to its titular character, protests sprang up around the web for FOX's Seth MacFarlane series to revive the character. Now, a mysterious announcement website has emerged, along with a new episode description that may suggest Brian's return comin
If you haven't heard, Family Guy killed off a major character on the new episode last night. Fans are already petitioning to bring the character back to the show. Keep reading to find out which character didn't make it, and see if you'd like to sign the petition as well!
If you've ever watched Family Guy, then I'm sure you're aware of the epic fight between Peter and Ernie the chicken (If not, you can watch it below). Well, the internet banded together once again and paid two famous stuntwomen, Jessie Graff and Tree O'Toole to reenact said epic fight. Well, here it is!
Seth McFarlane went to UCLA to announce one thing about helping him hand out some Oscars when he hosts. That's not the big reveal here. While he was taking questions from students, one question was if there would ever be a Family Guy movie. MacFarlane answered with a it's a matter of when statement. Keep reading to see what else he said about a future Family Guy movie.
If you seen the TV show 'Family Guy,' you know Quagmire has the unique ability to turn almost anything into a suggestive comment. Apparently, it's not just something he does on TV. This picture is proof when Quagmire runs wild, nothing is safe...