Cartoons Break Barriers
- TIME LINE. Stack, Tim // Entertainment Weekly;4/22/2005, Issue 816, p39
Traces the history of the animated series "Family Guy."
- RETURN OF FAMILY VALUES. Wolk, Josh // Entertainment Weekly;4/22/2005, Issue 816, p36
Presents information on the animated series "Family Guy."
- Nick plans 'Odd' pic. Weisman, Jon // Daily Variety;7/26/2010, Vol. 308 Issue 15, p4
The article announces that the long-running animated series "The Fairly OddParents" will detour into a live-action television movie for the cabler in 2011.
- 'OddParents' flies to 8 on Nick weeknights. Oei, Lily // Daily Variety;7/31/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 19, p2
Reports on the change of the programming of cable television network Nickelodeon's animated TV program 'The Fairly OddParents.' Exchange of time slot with 'SpongeBob SquarePants'; Comparison of the rating performance between the two shows; Audience share of both TV shows.
- The Go-to-Guy. Russo, Tom // Entertainment Weekly;01/08/99, Issue 466, p39
Provides information on the animated television program `Family Guy.' Details on the program created by animator Seth MacFarlane; Comparison with other programs like `The Simpsons' and `King of the Hill'; Fictitious characters in the program.
- On the Air. Flint, Joe // Entertainment Weekly;05/21/99, Issue 486, p59
Focuses on the animated television (TV) series `Family Guy.' Description of the May 2, 1999 episode of the program; Criticism of the TV series `The Simpsons'; Remarks from executive producer David Zuckerman.
- Family Guy. Staskiewicz, Keith // Entertainment Weekly;11/9/2012, Issue 1232 / 1233, p93
The article reviews the November 11, 2012 episode of television program "Family Guy."
- Family Guy wins time period. Schlosser, Joe // Broadcasting & Cable;04/19/99, Vol. 129 Issue 16, p68
Discloses the rating of the regular season premiere of Fox Broadcasting Co.'s animated series `Family Guy' in the United States in April 1999. Audience share among adults 18-34 and men 18-34 years old.
- Nets back to the drawing board. Schneider, Michael // Variety;9/21/2009, Vol. 416 Issue 6, p11
The article reports on an increase in the number of cable television networks, including HBO and FX, that have decided to premiere animated television programs during prime time viewing hours in 2009. A discussion of the animated television programs, including "Family Guy," and "Archer," that...