If you just finished Family Guy and feel like it’s left a gaping hole in your life, there’s no need to despair. We’ve compiled this list of movies and TV shows similar to Family Guy that are sure to conjure up the same feelings of comedic humor and hilarious hijinks that you had while watching your favorite episodes.
With lots of options, including American Dad, a show about a "typical" American family, which was created as a near-exact replica of Family Guy following it's initial cancellation, and even movies like South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut, about a group of Colorado kids who help save the world from Saddam Hussein and Satan himself, deciding what to watch after Family Guy will really just depend on your mood.
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