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May 18, 2009

First look: Fox's 'Cleveland Show'

Here's the first clips from Fox's "Family Guy" spinoff -- "The Cleveland Show." Here's the trailer Fox played at their upfront presentation Monday, which got a very positive response in the room, plus a few other clips that should give you a feel for the show. One thing that was a bit surprising from the clips is "Cleveland" is more like a traditional family comedy, not just "Family Guy II." There were more character jokes than pop culture jokes, which Fox entertainment president Kevin Reilly said at the network's upfront party was key part of the network's conversations with producers -- How different do we make this? Here's the clips...

ADDED: The official trailer:


See clips of "Human Target," "Past Lives," "Brothers" and Fox's other new shows for next season here.

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