FOX announced this week it has picked up animated series, "The Cleveland Show"  for a  third season, proving that despite its harsh critics the series isn’t going anywhere.  As another Seth McFarlane project for FOX, "The Cleveland Show" is a spin-off to the more popular series, "Family Guy"; taking the Quahog citizen Cleveland Brown to his hometown of Stoolbend, Virginia where as its theme song explains, "there’s old friends, and new friends, and even a bear".

Yet despite McFarlance’s redundant formula of sassy babies, and talking animals, the series has the network’s approval. But will it be enough to keep viewers coming back for more? It’s a case of wait and see.

"The Cleveland Show" airs Sundays 8:30 p.m. Central on FOX

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    • Connie

      Yeah, it seems FOX is investing a lot of faith in their current shows. Season 2 hasn’t even started yet. “Glee” also is another show that has gotten a 3rd season. Then again the definition of a “season” depends on who you ask these days. Some shows consider a season the full arc and can be anywhere between 7-13 episodes. The general length for seasons commonly expected by viewers range around 20-23 episodes.


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