Questions were asked about the first half of Mike Judge''s major animated show, which originally ran on Fox from 1997 to 2010, but if a revival is to be made, it will not be on the network. "That''s not going to be with Fox," Fox Entertainment president Michael Thorn said. "We''re really focusing on animation, but we''re still expanding our signature animated series."
After an update at San Diego Comic-Con, the filmmaker said it had a good chance of success. "We''re really focused on what we believe can creatively break out, that we also have a substantial ownership stake in it," Thorn said. "It''s not a move that we can make as we expand out our next wave of animation, where ownership is so important to the long-running success of these series."
Hank Hill, a married father who sells "propane and propane supplies" in Texas, was voiced by a judge. The series also featured Kathy Najimy (Peggy, Pamela Adlon, Johnny Hardwick, Stephen Root, Brittany Murphy, and Toby Huss (Khan/Cotton). If not, then Disney+ or Hulu might be new homes?
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