Judd Apatow has made the connection between Fox News, Fox’s entertainment division, the Rupert Murdoch family that owns 21st Century Fox, and their unceasing support of everything Trump says and does.
"Family Guy" mastermind calls on other Fox-based producers to call out the in-house news network's unapologetic support of controversial policy.
Seth MacFarlane has not exactly been a shrinking violet over the years when it comes to scrutinizing his own home network, Fox. But the creator of Family Guy and The Orville has taken things up a notch this weekend, tweeting that he is “embarrassed” to work for the network after the latest Fox News flap. MacFarlane on Saturday retweeted a post from CNN’s Brian Stelter, who commented on what Tucker Carlson told his Fox News viewers. “Isn’t this sad?” Stelter asked, before…
Much as she did in "A Million Ways to Die in the West," Charlize Theron played Seth MacFarlane's love interest when she boarded The Orville as a guest star.
On this week’s episode of "The Orville", the crew discovered a mysterious drifting vessel with an even bigger discovery within it.
Seth MacFarlane's "The Orville" proves the series has the balls to tackle culturally relevant subjects while daring to deliver an unconventional ending.
Fox’s new hit show "The Orville," from creator and star Seth MacFarlane, pairs the sleek look of "Star Trek" and MacFarlane’s unique style of raunchy "Family Guy" brand of comedy.
Watch out, world, Family Guy can finally buy porn and smokes! January 31st, 1999 — eighteen years ago today — Family Guy premiered on Fox right after the 33rd Super Bowl. Since then, we’ve delighted in nearly 300 episodes of irreverent, and often tasteless, jokes.
During the presidential campaign, most of Hollywood supported Hillary Clinton and denounced Donald Trump. Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane recently attempted to explain why his fellow actors, writers, and producers dislike the president-elect so much. He tweeted: “We’ve learned to recognize the blustery showmanship of a lying con man because we encounter it every day in our business.”
It’s been three years since Emilia Clarke and Seth MacFarlane reportedly split, but in the May issue of Glamour magazine, she opens up for the first time about her relationship with the comedian. The Game of Thrones actress admitted to the mag that it wasn’t easy dating in the public eye.
Patrick Stewart gives such an amusing, skilled, energetic performance in the new Starz sitcom Blunt Talk, it’s too bad there’s not a laugh in the show, unless you think an extended sequence of a man trying in vain to put sanitary paper on an airport toilet is hilarious. His show-within-a-show is also called Blunt Talk, which implies a certain amount of editorializing, but based on the first two episodes made available for review, Blunt Talk is more like a CNN news show in the manner of Anderson Cooper 360 (Cooper is invoked favorably with frequency here).