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We give up trying to predict what Fox does. When you think they're gonna zig, that's when they zag. And when you think a zag's coming? That's when they zog.* *paraphrasing a quote from the wise Polas Five days ago, when...
There have been rumors this season of Bless The Harts would be its last, and the silence from Fox on the show's fate was never a good sign, but today the network made it official. The Harts will not...
There are two sentences in the entertainment business that are the least surprising of any. One is "The CW just renewed its entire lineup" and the other is "The Simpsons was just given another season." In this case it's...
Amy Poehler's Fox cartoon Duncanville hasn't been seen since last spring, and time is running out this season, but the network announced today Duncan would slide in just under the tag with a May 23 premiere and an hour's...
Way back in June, it was announced that Dan Harmon (Community, 1/2 of Rick & Morty) had signed a deal with the Fox network to produce some Harmonious Claptrap exclusively for them. Today we found out exactly what he's...
Loren Bouchard has cemented his position as one of the all-time great prime-time cartoon creators by giving us both Home Movies and Bob's Burgers. Now, after a brief detour to make AppleTV+ musicals, he's returned to create a second...
For the upcoming national holiday, Captain America - well, more like Fox's Animation Domination department - has a 4th of July statistics song he would like to share with you before you begin lighting off fireworks and chowing down...
Just in case you weren’t paying attention, there is a new animated kid on the block – Fox’s Animation Domination HD – which is beginning a block of animation headlined by “Axe Cop” and “High School USA” ....
Fox's Animation Domination HD channel has released the first clip from the upcoming Axe Cop animated series, slated to launch in Summer 2013 and featuring Nick Offerman as the title character:
Bob's Burgers gets more wrong than it gets right, but I can't help but feel affection for it. It's certainly a lot braver than anything else in the Fox animation line-up; in fact, its unique visual style and tone...