The Family Guy spin-off appears to be nearing it's death knell with the Cartoon Brew first posting the animated program was canceled. A few hours later, Entertainment Weekly bounced back with an official statement from Fox saying they haven't officially made up their mind in renewing the animated show.
Translation? With all the other animated programs on Fox's Sunday Animation Domination (Family Guy, the Simpsons, American Dad, and Bob's Burgers) already renewed and it being the lone one not. Yeah, the show more than likely won't be returning next season.
However given the show has an 88 episode count that does mean you will be seeing the show plastered everywhere in syndication (from Cartoon Network's Adult Swim and TBS which have begun doing just that) to more local networks. Who knows, maybe the Cleveland Show will return miraclously find it's audience in syndication like the show it was spun off from, Family Guy or Futurama. Nah, somethings are better off dead, this being one of them.
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