Stars Align for Fox’s Animation Domination Shows

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Fox has announced an impressive list of guest voices for the new fall season of its Sunday night animation domination shows.

The Simpsons, which will air its 500th episode during its 23rd Season, will feature the voices of Anthony Bourdain, Gordon Ramsay, Kiefer Sutherland (as a former CIA agent in the season premiere), Michael Cera (as a love interest for Lisa), Aron Ralston (for the “Treehouse of Horror” Halloween episode) and Jeremy Irons for Season 23. The Social Network‘s Armie Hamer will guest voice in the series’ “The D’Ohcial Network” episode. Glee star Jane Lynch, Andy Garcia, Joan Rivers and artist Shepard Fairey are also set to guest this season.

Florence Henderson, Phylicia Rashad, Craig Robinson, Jamie Kennedy, John Slattery, Will Forte, Carl Reiner, Darren Criss, Fergie, will.i.am, Nikki Minaj, Bruno Mars and Kanye West will be doing voice work on The Cleveland Show, while Ryan Reynolds, Ricky Gervais, Cate Blanchette (!), Anna Kendrick and Ellen Page will be on Family Guy. American Dad will welcome the voices of Cee Lo Green Patrick Stewart, David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Alyson Hannigan, Amy Sedaris and Kathy Griffin, and the new series Allen Gregory welcomes Elizabeth Banks, Leslie Mann and Jake Johnson.

The Simpsons, Cleveland Show, Family Guy and American Dad will premiere Sunday, Sept. 25, while Allen Gregory will debut on Sunday, Oct. 30 on Fox.

The Simpsons

The Simpsons

Cleveland Show

The Cleveland Show

Family Guy

Family Guy

American Dad

American Dad

Allen Gregory

Allen Gregory

  • Nathaniel Richmond

    I’m so glad that Animation Domination is part of FOX’s Sunday night prime time programming. Since I got DISH’s Hopper, I never have to worry about missing out on any of my favorite prime time shows! The Simpsons is in its 23rd season and there episodes never seem to get boring for me. A DISH co-worker told me that the Hoppers PrimeTime Anytime feature automatically records CBS, FOX NBC and ABC programs everyday during prime time hours in HD. I can store 2,000 of shows on the Hopper’s 2 terabyte hard drive. The Hopper offers me full DVR functions in all four rooms, and its TruVolume feature prevents me from any volume fluctuations. For instance, I can start an episode of American Dad in one room and finish it in another. I can also record from any room I want and watch the recordings from any room.