If you are a fan of Family Guy, Seth MacFarlane’s phenomenal and long-running series, know that there is also a spinoff called The Cleveland Show.
The Cleveland Show follows the story of Cleveland Brown, one of Peter Griffin’s three friends on Family Guy.
The Cleveland Show, eșecul lui Seth MacFarlane
Obviously, The Cleveland Show is, like its “big brother,” an animation made by the same people who worked for more than two decades on Family Guy.
Unfortunately, however, The Cleveland Show doesn’t quite live up to the quality of the “familiar,” with the jokes seeming far-fetched. Of course, we’re all used to the political correctness jokes from Family Guy by now, but Cleveland’s show is completely devoid of humor.
It is interesting, however, that during the four seasons of The Cleveland Show, Cleveland Brown is absent from Family Guy, and the story of the spinoff shows you what the likable character did while he was no longer present in the phenomenon series that “opened its doors” in 1999 and is still running today.
Admittedly, given Seth MacFarlane’s never-ending supply of humor, The Cleveland Show’s lack of consistency is astounding. In fact, it took four seasons for MacFarlane to understand why the new show was a losing bet from its launch.
As for the mastermind behind the animations, we remind you that he just finished The Orville saga, the “baby” Star Trrk that started as a parody of the famous franchise, all so that in the end it managed to be more Star Trek than Star Trek , delving into the script in unexpected ways, you could swear you’re watching Next Generation, not necessarily The Orville.
Back to the main topic, obviously, to be sure that our opinion is yours (or vice versa), you should give the animation a chance, as long as your patience will help. You can find it on Disney+, in Romania.
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