Family Guy is leaving Adult Swim, the network that saved it
"That's because FXX (which, like Family Guy itself, is now owned by Disney, unlike the WarnerMedia-controlled Adult Swim) has just announced a major deal to secure the entirety of the show's back catalogue, as part of an effort to cement itself as the exclusive cable spot for all the animated sitcoms you used to love on Fox, notably Bob's Burgers, King Of The Hill, and The Simpsons. (The Cleveland Show will also be there.) (Oh, and Futurama will join them in November; American Dad is presumably tied up in deals with TBS, where it currently airs, and appears to be continuing to appear on [as].) All of which means that tonight's reruns of Family Guy on Adult Swim-a run of 3 2015 episodes culminating in a reprise of season 13's "Stewie Is Enciente"-will be the final Family Guys to air on Adult Swim, possibly ever. Truly, the ending of an era."