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April 29, 2009

First look: Mike Judge's 'Goode Family'

Fox's Sit Down, Shut Up just proved how tough it is to launch an animated series, with the network shuffling  the Sunday night comedy off to a dead zone time period after only two low-rated episodes. Fox replaced Sit Down with the last remaining half-hours of Mike Judge's King of the Hill and the network might soon end up wishing they had snagged Judge's latest effort -- ABC's The Goode Family -- instead of Sit Down. Judge's new show is about an ultra politically correct eco-conscious family. Footage on this show has been scarce. This preview below has creator and cast interviews along with the first fully animated snippets that have been made public. Goode premieres Wednesday, May 27, after Wipeout. Here's the trailer:

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