Seth McFarlane's long-running animated comedy about the Griffin family, featuring the voices of MacFarlane, Mila Kunis and Seth Green.
Animated comedy about a dysfunctional family who land in one crazy scenario after another
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- Director Dominic Bianchi, James Purdum, Peter Shin
- Cast Alex Borstein, mike henry, Mila Kunis, Patrick Warburton, Seth Green, Seth MacFarlane
- Genre Animation, Comedy
How many seasons of 'Family Guy' have there been?
There have been seventeen seasons of 'Family Guy' so far. The series was renewed for an eighteenth season by Fox on February 12, 2019. Its seventeenth season began airing in the US on September 30, 2018.How many episodes of 'Family Guy' have there been?
As of the end of the seventeenth season, 329 episodes of 'Family Guy' will have been broadcast.Who voices each character in 'Family Guy'?
Seth MacFarlane: Peter Griffin, Brian Griffin, Stewie Griffin, Glenn Quagmire, Tom Tucker, Dr. Elmer Hartman, Carter Pewterschmidt, Captain Seamus, God
Seth MacFarlane voices three of the show's main characters: Peter Griffin, the overweight, oafish patriarch of the family, Brian Griffin, the martini-loving, anthropomorphic dog, and Stewie Griffin, the flamboyant infant of the family.
MacFarlane also voices Glenn Quagmire, a neighbour and friend of the Griffin family who is renowned for his hypersexuality. Other recurring characters he voices includes news anchor Tom Tucker, and Lois' father, Carter Pewterschmidt.
Alex Borstein: Lois Griffin, Tricia Takanawa, Barbara Pewterschmidt, Loretta Brown, Stephanie
Alex Borstein voices Peter's wife Lois Griffin, Lois' mother, Barbara Pewterschmidt, Asian correspondent Tricia Takanawa, and Loretta Brown.
Seth Green: Chris Griffin, Neil Goldman
Seth Green is primarily known for voicing Chris Griffin, the middle child of Peter and Lois. Green also voices Neil Goldman, Chris's best friend who has a crush on Meg.
Mila Kunis: Meg Griffin
Mila Kunis primarily voices Meg Griffin, the eldest child of the household and a frequent subject to bullying and ridicule from her family, on 'Family Guy'. Meg Griffin was originally voiced by Lacey Chabert in the first season of the show.
Mike Henry: Cleveland Brown, John Herbert, Bruce the Performance Artist, Consuela, Greased-Up Deaf Guy
Mike Henry voices Cleveland Brown, Herbert, Bruce the Performance Artist, Consuela and the Greased-up Deaf Guy on 'Family Guy'.
Patrick Warburton: Joe Swanson
Patrick Warburton voices Joe Swanson, another neighbour of the Griffins who is friends with Peter alongside Quagmire and Cleveland.Which famous actors and celebrities have featured as guest stars on 'Family Guy'?
Actors and celebrities who have lent their voice or had a guest role on 'Family Guy' - playing themselves or a character - include Cate Blanchett, Tom Hiddleston, Johnny Depp, Anna Kendrick, Ariana Grande, David Thewlis, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Sean Bean, Elizabeth Banks, Ricky Gervais, Cary Elwes, Ioan Gruffudd, Daniel Stern, Candice Bergen, Haley Joel Osment, Gary Cole, Luke Perry, Ray Liotta, Alyssa Milano, Hugh Laurie, Josh Peck, Will Ferrell, Jimmy Kimmel, Carol Kane, Dakota Fanning, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jon Favreau, Lauren Graham, KISS, Judy Greer, Don LaFontaine, Drew Barrymore, Jonathan Lipnicki, Jessica Biel, James Woods, Patrick Stewart, Gabrielle Union, Carrie Fisher, Robert Downey Jr., Paula Abdul, Frank Sinatra, Jr., Jay Leno, Bryan Cranston, Wallace Shawn, Betty White, Kiefer Sutherland, David Cross, Rob Lowe, Hugh Hefner, Ben Stiller, Neil Patrick Harris, Chevy Chase, Simon Cowell, Gabriel Iglesias, Amanda Bynes, Johnny Knoxville, Caitlyn Jenner, Debbie Reynolds, Sinbad, Seth Rogen, Ed Helms, Fred Savage, Lauren Conrad, Richard Dreyfuss, Dan Aykroyd, Bruce Willis, Brittany Snow, Jim Parsons, Allison Janney, Elijah Wood, Anne Hathaway, Jason Mraz, David Lynch, James Caan, Ashley Tisdale, Rainn Wilson, Christian Milian, Alan Tudyk, Ryan Reynolds, Ellen Page, Bill Maher, J.J. Abrams, Jon Hamm, Sofía Vergara, Christine Baranski, Nick Cannon, Sharon Osbourne, Emma Roberts, Conan O'Brien, Liam Neeson, Maya Rudolph, Hank Azaria and Lauren Bacall.What is the connection between 'Family Guy' and 'Star Wars'?
Between 2007 and 2010, 'Family Guy' produced a trilogy of episode specials parodying the first three 'Star Wars' films. The first of these, 'Blue Harvest' originally aired on Fox in the US on September 23, 2007 before being released on home media. Following its success, sequels 'Something, Something, Something, Dark Side', which parodies 'The Empire Strikes Back', and 'It's a Trap!', which parodies 'Return of the Jedi', were released direct-to-video and then later aired on Fox. 'Blue Harvest' was offically endorsed by Lucasfilm, the company who owns the rights to the 'Star Wars' franchise. The three episode specials are now known collectively known as 'Laugh It Up, Fuzzball: The Family Guy Trilogy'.When does 'Family Guy' air in Ireland?
'Family Guy' airs post watershed on ITV2 and Fox.