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Seth MacFarlane Made a Pointed Joke About Harvey Weinstein Back in 2013

During the announcement of 2013's Oscar nominees for Best Supporting Actress, MacFarlane took a crack at Harvey Weinstein that shows how much of an "open secret" Weinstein's behavior was.

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Reviews for Seth MacFarlane’s The Orville Are In, and They Are…Not Good

Reviews for Seth MacFarlane's The Orville found the series' mix of earnest science fiction storylines and MacFarlane's characteristically glib humor to be...perplexing.

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Are You Here for Seth MacFarlane’s Star Trek Parody TV Show?

Check out the official trailer for The Orville, Seth MacFarlane's sci fi comedy series due this fall. I'm ... cautiously optimistic?

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Seth MacFarlane Says Cosmos May Return for a Second Season, Asks Fans to Tweet Tyson If They Want More

Let's do it all over sagan!

Hold onto your starstuff, space fans!

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Things We Saw Today: Doctor Doom As an ’80s Pop Sensation

Nice shades.

Rocky Davies also did 80s album covers for the Joker, the Xenomoprh, and Shredder. "You know, like Doom tried to do some good PR and produce an upbeat pop album," says the artist. "It has hits like 'Latveria, Why Latveria?' and 'Doom Done Did It Again' and 'Four Coffins' and 'Chrome Dome.'"

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New Donations to Reading Rainbow‘s Kickstarter Will Be Doubled by Seth MacFarlane

$1,000,000 in the skyyyy. I can go twice as hiiiiigh.

The return of Reading Rainbow smashed its initial Kickstarter goal of $1,000,000, but the more money its campaign can raise, the more classrooms LeVar Burton can reach. That's why Seth MacFarlane is now matching the next $1,000,000 dollars in donations as the campaign makes its way towards a whopping $5 million dollars. Now your donation can go twice as high.

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Review: Not Even Farts Can Save A Million Ways to Die in the West

Spoilers below, but I'd prefer to call them warnings.

When I agreed to see A Million Ways to Die in the West I thought it wouldn't fit as nicely into Team Geekosystem's purview as MacFarlane's other big project this year, Cosmos--but boy, was I wrong! If there's any beat this blog loves covering it's fart news, and, much like the vast expanses of space, this is a movie that's full of gas.

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The Ratings Are in for Cosmos and They’re Amazing

Good job, everyone!

It was pretty clear on Sunday night that a lot of people were watching  Cosmos from all the tweets and Facebook updates about it, but according to a tweet by Seth MacFarlane the numbers are in. 12 million people watched live, and if you count DVR recordings it jumps to 17.5 million.

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Learn More About the Awesome Animation Sequences in Cosmos From Producer Kara Vallow

In addition to being vast and incalculable, the universe is also really pretty.

If you happen to watch Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey on Sunday night at 9pm—and you should, because it's incredible—then you're going to notice a lot of really gorgeously animated sequences over the course of the series. We wanted to know what went into making these parts of the show, so we went straight to the source.

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Seth MacFarlane’s American Dad! Saved, Will Move to TBS Next Season

Over? Nothing is over until basic cable says it's over.

Cable to the rescue! Deadline has reported that American Dad! will move to TBS in 2014. While the 10th season of the animated sitcom, which starts airing on Fox September 29th, was expected to be its last, TBS has offered the show a stay of execution, ordering a 15-episode 11th season for the following year. Though it's often ignored by those who love Seth MacFarlane and dismissed by those who dislike him, this is a great relief to those of us who consider AD an underappreciated, surreally brilliant show in its own right.

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Things We Saw Today: Anyone Can Become a Thyme Lord With the Right Apron.

Things We Saw Today

Whip up some fish fingers and custard with souffle for desert in this Eleventh Doctor apron from Forbidden Planet, or check out the Tenth Doctor version via That's Nerdalicious.

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Breathe Deeply, Everyone: Seth MacFarlane Won’t Host the Oscars Next Year

i'll just leave this here

Maybe we can get a hologram of Bob Hope to do it. That's totally a thing that science can do, right? I could swear I saw it on CNN.

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Things We Saw Today: A TARDIS Vending Machine

Things We Saw Today

There's a different Doctor for each soda. See more at Epic Comics. (via HyperVocal

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Here’s Who Won At Last Night’s Oscars. Besides William Shatner, That Is.

Oh Hollywood

Django Unchained, two for you. Life of Pi? Four for you, Life of Pi. You go, Life of Pi. Jennifer Lawrence? Do we have a Jennifer Lawrence here? Here you go, one for you… and none for The Hobbit's dwarf beards, byeeee!

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Things We Saw Today: A Hello Kitty TIE Fighter

Things We Saw Today

This adorable killing machine was sculpted for a Star Wars toy art show. (Neatorama)

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Seth MacFarlane Donates Carl Sagan’s Personal Papers To The Library Of Congress

It Belongs in a Museum!

While the hit animated series Family Guy has featured Carl Sagan jokes before, it wasn't entirely clear how big of a fan creator Seth MacFarlane is of the influential astrophysicist until he threw up an undisclosed (but, let's be honest, probably huge) sum of money to buy and donate Sagan's personal papers to the Library of Congress.

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Neil deGrasse Tyson Will Host Sequel to Carl Sagan's Cosmos, Produced by Seth MacFarlane

Fox has given the greenlight for a reboot of Carl Sagan's iconic TV series Cosmos, to be hosted by famous and well-respected astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. The show will be produced by none other than Seth MacFarlane. Yes, Seth MacFarlane, the creator of Family Guy will be the mind behind a 13-part docu-series to air in primetime as a successor to Sagan's original Emmy and Peabody Award winning series. For Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey, MacFarlane will be working with Sagan's original collaborators from the Cosmos: A Personal Voyage series that ran on PBS in 1980. These collaborators include Sagan's widow writer and producer Ann Druyan, and astrophysicist Steven Soter. The National Geographic Channel will co-produce Cosmos and will air a same-night encore of the episodes after they air on Fox. The program is expected to air in 2013, which is around the same time that Fox plans to launch MacFarlane's take on the Hanna-Barbera classic, The Flintstones.

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