All 13 seasons of Twentieth Television’s “King of the Hill” and all four seasons of “The Cleveland Show” are headed to Comedy Central, with “Hill” set to premiere Monday, July 23. “The Cleveland Show” will roll out in the fall.
“‘King of the Hill,’ which originally aired on Fox from 1997 to 2010, depicts the life and times of Hank Hill, his family and their neighbors in the fictional suburb of Arlen, Texas, the heartland of America,” Comedy Central said in an announcement. “A hard-working, loyal family man and proud Texan, Hank is assistant manager of Strickland Propane. He’s an average Joe who sees himself as the voice of common sense and reason in a world of incompetent sales clerks, meddling bureaucrats and do-good liberals.”
Created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels, “King of the Hill” is executive produced by Judge, Daniels, Howard Klein, Michael Rotenberg, John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky.
“‘The Cleveland Show,’ which originally aired on Fox from 2009 to 2013, follows the Brown-Tubbs blended family headed by Cleveland and his sassy high-school-sweetheart-turned-second-wife Donna,” Comedy Central notes. “The rest of the household includes Donna’s boy-crazy teenage daughter, Roberta; the 5-year-old with an old soul Rallo; and the lovable-but-not-so-bright Cleveland Jr.”
“The Cleveland Show” is executive produced by Seth MacFarlane, Mike Henry and Rich Appel. Kirker Butler serves as co-executive producer and Kara Vallow and Brandi Young produced the series.