Though Seth MacFarlane certainly had his hands full with three animated sitcoms running at the same time on Fox, it looks like Family Guy will be the last one standing on the network come next year. Fox neglected to renew the Family Guy spinoff series The Cleveland Show for a fifth season, and now the network has announced (via TV Line) that the animated series American Dad will be moving to TBS after its upcoming tenth season. AD was MacFarlane’s first new series after the revival and massive success of Family Guy, but one imagines the show will do just fine as part of TBS’ original lineup.
American Dad will still air its upcoming tenth season on Fox, but in late 2014 new episodes of the show will be found on TBS. MacFarlane isn’t exactly lacking for work, though, as his live-action TV series debut Dads premieres on Fox this fall and he’s currently towards the end of production on his feature film directorial follow-up to Ted, the Western comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West.