The Griffin Family from Rhode Island is back with some more fun and humor. Family Guy has been one of the most loved Sitcoms in America since it first debuted in 1998. On January 26, 2023, Fox revealed that the show was renewed for Seasons 22 and 23.
What is the Plot of the Family Guy Season 22?
Peter loves his family but indulges in a lot of humor with them. He doesn’t shy from mocking his daughter Meg who isn’t quite known for her beauty. His wife, Lois, is a homemaker and takes care of everyone at home. Chris is their elder son who is quite like his father – overweight and lazy and likes to spend his time in front of the television.
Their youngest son Stewie is very intelligent and an evil genius who keeps inventing things that tend to spoil people’s day. Others often make fun of Stewie because he likes to dress in women’s clothing. The Griffin Family also has a dog, Brian, who is anthropomorphic and displays human-like behavior. Season 22 episodes, like the other seasons, will revolve around the daily life of The Griffin Family.
Cast of Family Guy Season 22
- Seth McFarlane gives voice to three characters of the show – Peter Griffin, Brian Griffin, and Stewie Griffin.
- Alex Borstein is the voice behind Lois Griffin, Babs Pewterschmidt (Lois’ mother), Loretta Brown, and Tricia Takanawa.
- Seth Green voices for Chris Griffin and Neil Goldman.
- Both Lacey Chabert and Mila Kunis have given their voice to Meg Griffin.
- Mike Henry gives the voice to characters Herbert, Bruce, the Performance Artist, Consuela, the Greased-up Deaf Guy.
- Arif Zahir has given his voice to Cleveland Brown, and Patrick Warburton is the voice behind Joe Swanson.
Release Date & Where to Watch Family Guy Season 22?
The makers are yet to declare a release date for Season 22.
Once the release happens, you will be able to watch it on Hulu, Prime Video, Vudu, or Apple TV on your Roku device. Even the earlier seasons are available to stream on these platforms.
You can also visit our website for all the latest updates on Family Guy!
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