Fuzzy Door Productions
|Founded||July 31, 1998|
Fuzzy Door (formally known as Fuzzy Door Productions) is the production company of actor and producer Seth MacFarlane, established in 1998. The company's productions include the animated series Family Guy, American Dad!, the Family Guy spin-off The Cleveland Show, the live-action sitcom The Winner, the science documentary series Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey and the sci-fi comedy series The Orville.
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 Fuzzy Door Productions logo was designed by Cory Brookes, a friend and housemate of Seth's at the Fuzzy Door residence. However, the logo was updated in 2019, featuring a more abstract design of the door, and no longer featuring the fur-pattern design, instead being colored a plain white color, with a blue background. The updated logo made its on-screen debut on November 10th of that year, with the Family Guy episode "Peter and Lois' Wedding".
|Title||Creator(s)||Years active||Original Network(s)||Notes|
|Family Guy||Seth MacFarlane||1999–present||Fox||Co-production with 20th Century Fox Television.|
|American Dad!||Seth McFarlane
|Co-production with 20th Century Fox Television and Underdog Productions.|
|The Winner||Ricky Blitt||2007||Fox||Co-production with 20th Century Fox Television and Candy Bar Productions.|
|The Cleveland Show||Seth MacFarlane
|2009–2013||Fox||Co-production with 20th Century Fox Television, Person Unknown Productions and Happy Jack Productions.|
|2013–2014||Fox||Co-production with 20th Century Fox Television.|
|Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey||Ann Druyan
National Geographic Channel
|Co-production with Cosmos Studios and Santa Fe Studios.|
|Blunt Talk||Jonathan Ames||2015–2016||Starz||Co-production with Media Rights Capital.|
|Bordertown||Mark Hentemann||2016||Fox||Co-production with 20th Century Fox Television, Bento Box Entertainment and Hentemann Films.|
|The Orville||Seth MacFarlane||2017–present||Fox
|Co-production with 20th Century Fox Television.|
|The Long Road Home||Mikko Alanne||2017||National Geographic Channel||Co-production with Phoenix Pictures and Finngate Television.|
|Title||Creator||Years active||Original Network(s)||Notes|
|Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy||Seth MacFarlane||2008–2009||YouTube||Co-production with 20th Century Fox, Media Rights Capital and Main Street Pictures.|
|2005||Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story||Pete Michels
|20th Century Fox Home Entertainment||Direct-to-video; co-production with Fox Television Animation.|
|2012||Ted||Seth MacFarlane||Universal Pictures||Co-production with Media Rights Capital, Bluegrass Films and Smart Entertainment.|
First film distributed by Universal Pictures.
|2014||A Million Ways to Die in the West||Co-production with Media Rights Capital and Bluegrass Films.|
|TBA||Family Guy: The Movie||Seth MacFarlane||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures||Co-production with Fox Television Animation and 20th Century Fox.|
|Inside the CIA||Seth MacFarlane||April 8, 2005||Fever Pitch||Co-production with 20th Century Fox and 20th Century Fox Animation.|
- No One Ever Tells You – Seth MacFarlane (2015)
- In Full Swing – Seth MacFarlane (2017)
- Once in a While – Seth MacFarlane (2019)
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