The adventures of an eccentric family living in New England.
Air Dates: 1999 - Present
Genres: Sitcom, Animated
Season 15, Ep. 9 : How the Griffin Stole Christmas Dec 11, 2016
Peter gets power hungry when he's asked to fill in for a mall Santa; Stewie and Brian decide to crash holiday office parties for free food, fun and women.
Season 15, Ep. 8 : Carter and TriciaDec 4, 2016
When Peter overhears Carter's plan to save money by using toxic chemicals in the brewery's beer cans, he tells a journalist about it; Brian asks for Stewie's help when his driver's license expired.
Season 15, Ep. 7 : High School EnglishNov 20, 2016
The cast re-enacts "The Great Gatsby," "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and "Of Mice and Men."
Season 15, Ep. 6 : Hot ShotsNov 13, 2016
Fearing autism, Peter and Lois decide not to vaccinate Stewie, and they encourage the rest of Quahog to follow suit.
Season 15, Ep. 5 : Chris Has Got a Date, Date, Date, Date, DateNov 6, 2016
Taylor Swift agrees to go to the homecoming dance with Chris; Peter decides to become an Uber driver.
Season 15, Ep. 4 : Inside Family GuyOct 23, 2016
Viewers are taken for a behind-the-scenes look at a "Family Guy" production week; Peter is replaced and pitches a new series to Fox Television Group Chairmen and CEO's Dana Walden and Gary Newman.
The show is fast-paced, and it's often genuinely funny. Dastardly Stewie is a break-out character if ever one was drawn. But "Family Guy" isn't a bolt from the blue. The crude edge that separates it from, say, "The Simpsons" only drives it deep into "South Park" territory. [12 Apr 1999] Show More
"Family Guy" is occasionally quite funny -- but only occasionally. And it's often rather crude -- quite often. ... "Family Guy" does have possibilities. But the writing needs to improve -- it's nowhere near as clever as its producers think it is. [29 Jan 1999] Show More
If such quickie pop-culture jokes are the show's strength, its current weakness is the stories that revolve around the Griffins themselves and characters that, even when they're amusing, aren't very interesting. They certainly don't suggest the kind of richness that the characters of "The Simpsons" do. [9 Apr 1999] Show More