Fuzzy Door Productions

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Fuzzy Door Productions
Private
Genre Comedy
Founded 1996
Founder Seth MacFarlane
Headquarters Los Angeles, California, United States
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Jason Clark
(President, Production)

Fuzzy Door Productions or The Spotted Door is the production company of television producer Seth MacFarlane. The company's productions include the animated series Family Guy, American Dad! and the Family Guy spin-off The Cleveland Show, as well as the live-action sitcom The Winner and the science documentary series Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. The name of the company comes from the leopard-printed fake fur-covered door to the house MacFarlane lived in when he was attending Rhode Island School of Design as an undergraduate in animation. The house itself also went by the nickname The Fuzzy Door during MacFarlane's residence and was the location of many "Fuzzy Door" parties. The company was established in 1996. The Fuzzy Door Productions logo was designed by Cory Brookes, a friend and housemate of Seth's at the Fuzzy Door residence.

Television shows[edit]

Title Creator(s) Years active Co-Produced by Original Network(s)
Family Guy Seth MacFarlane 1999–2003
2005–present
20th Century Fox Television Fox
American Dad! Seth MacFarlane
Mike Barker
Matt Weitzman
2005–present Underdog Productions
20th Century Fox Television
Fox (2005-14)
TBS (2014-present)
The Winner Ricky Blitt 2007 Candy Bar Productions
20th Century Fox Television
Fox
The Cleveland Show Seth MacFarlane
Mike Henry
Richard Appel
2009–2013 Persons Unknown Productions
Happy Jack Productions
20th Century Fox Television
Dads Alec Sulkin
Wellesley Wild
2013–2014 20th Century Fox Television
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey Ann Druyan
Steven Soter
2014 Cosmos Studios
National Geographic Channel
Fox/National Geographic Channel
Blunt Talk Jonathan Ames 2015–present Herring Wonder
Media Rights Capital
Starz
Starz
Bordertown Mark Hentemann 2016 Hentemann Films
20th Century Fox Television
Fox

Films[edit]

Title Director Released Co-Produced by
Inside the CIA Seth MacFarlane April 8, 2005 20th Century Fox
Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story Pete Michels
Peter Shin
September 27, 2005 20th Century Fox
Stoopid Monkey
Ted Seth MacFarlane June 29, 2012 Universal Pictures
Media Rights Capital
Bluegrass Films
Smart Entertainment
A Million Ways to Die in the West May 30, 2014 Universal Pictures
Media Rights Capital
Bluegrass Films
Ted 2 June 26, 2015
Untitled Family Guy Movie [1] [2] TBA 20th Century Fox

Web cartoons[edit]

Show Creator Years active Co-Produced by
Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy Seth MacFarlane 2008–2009 Media Rights Capital
Main Street Pictures

Specials[edit]

Title Creator(s) Released Co-Produced by
Blue Harvest Seth MacFarlane September 23, 2007 20th Century Fox
Family Guy Presents: Seth & Alex's Almost Live Comedy Show Seth MacFarlane
Alex Borstein
November 8, 2009 Crackerpants, Inc.
20th Century Fox
Something, Something, Something, Dark Side Seth MacFarlane May 23, 2010 20th Century Fox
It's a Trap! May 22, 2011
Night of the Hurricane Seth MacFarlane
Mike Barker
Matt Weitzman
Mike Henry
Richard Appel
October 2, 2011 Underdog Productions
Person Unknown Productions
Happy Jack Productions
20th Century Fox
The Simpsons Guy Seth MacFarlane
Matt Groening
September 28, 2014 20th Century Fox
Gracie Films

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Baldwin, Kristen (November 30, 2012). "Seth MacFarlane reveals Oscar contest, 'Family Guy' movie plans". Insidemovies.ew.com. Retrieved August 5, 2016. 
  2. ^ Anthony D'Alessandro. "Comic-Con: 'Family Guy' Feature Film On Hold; Season 13 Guest Stars & Stories Revealed – Deadline". Deadline. 

External links[edit]