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2011 will see Family Guy reach new heights, says Fox

Plans to grow licensing programme even further after stellar success this year.
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Since its debut in 1999, Family Guy – the Emmy nominated series following Peter Griffin and his family, Lois, Chris, Meg, Stewie and Brian the dog – has consistently attracted over one million people when it airs on BBC3 in the UK.

In home entertainment, it is Fox’s biggest TV franchise, with seven million units sold in the UK alone. The season nine DVD was launched on November 1st, with the third chapter in the Star Wars parody – It’s a Trap – following on December 27th.

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