The Cleveland Show (2009 - 2013)

The Cleveland Show

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"Family Guy" spin-off following Cleveland Brown, who has moved from Quahog, R.I., to Stoolbend, Va., where he becomes a family guy himself, settling down with his high-school flame and her unruly kids as well as his own teenage son, Cleveland Jr.


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2012, FOX, 23 episodes

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2011, FOX, 22 episodes

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2010, FOX, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: The Cleveland Show is simply not interesting enough to capture the same comedic lightning of Seth MacFarlane's Family Guy.

2009, FOX, 21 episodes


Mike Henry
as Cleveland Brown/Rallo
Sanaa Lathan
as Donna Tubbs
Nia Long
as Roberta Tubbs
Kevin Michael Richardson
as Cleveland Brown Jr./Lester
Jason Sudeikis
as Holt/Terry
Glenn Howerton
as Terry/Robert Redford/Scientist/Doctor
John Viener
as Cop/Young White Cop
Craig Robinson
as Freight Train
Jamie Kennedy
as Federline Jones
Bryan Cranston
as Graham Kensington
Nat Faxon
as Foster Dad
as Bernard
Bruce McGill
as Mr. Waterman
as Theodore
Danny Smith
as Young White Cop
Phylicia Rashad
as Dee Dee Tubbs
as Holt's Mom/Jane
Tim Gunn
as Himself
Kanye West
as Kenny West
Johnny Bench
as Himself
Beth Littleford
as Fern Stapleton/Yuppie Woman
Kit Pongetti
as Brandi Girl/Velvet
Ralph Garman
as Chandler/Child-Services Rep
Elia Saldana
as Latina Bombshell/Cecilia
Jeff Bergman
as Alda-Nator
Jenifer Lewis
as Woman/Kevin Garnett's Mom
Florence Henderson
as Nanny Barbara
Kirker Butler
as Floyd/Redneck
Daryl Hall
as Himself
Rob Riggle
as Chet Butler
Will Arnett
as Gen. Richter
Mae Whitman
as Softball Captain
Rebecca Romijn
as Speaker/Graduate
Kym Whitley
as Auntie Momma
Kym E. Whitley
as Auntie Momma
Penn Jillette
as Magical Johnson
Chad Brannon
as Announcer
Kasey Kahne
as Himself
John Slattery
as Mayor Larry Box
Sofía Vergara
as Señora Chalupa
Matt Kemp
as Himself
Tony Hawk
as Himself
Lizzy Caplan
as Patty/Woman
Josh Gad
as Droopy/Pimp
Will Sasso
as Donald Trump/Robert De Niro
Nick Offerman
as Harris Grundle
Tony Stewart
as Himself
Max Burkholder
as 5-Year-Old/Kid Playing Basketball
Lea Michele
as Main Girl
Damani Roberts
as 5-Year-Old
Steve Nash
as Himself
Billy Dee Williams
as Lando Calrissian
Fred Schneider
as Betty, the Bank Teller
Dawnn Lewis
as Mrs. Bailey/Receptionist
Joey Votto
as Himself
Ray Simpson
as Village People Cop
Leonard Davis
as Very Large Man
Monica Richardson
as Old Lady/Woman
Ric Flair
as Himself
Ari Graynor
as BigSkeez
André Sogliuzzo
as Robert Redford/Teacher
Richard Sterban
as Oak Ridge Boy
James Burkholder
as Lanky Teenage Boy
Craig Robinson
as Zeke, the Town Drunk
Cree Summer
as Twin No. 1/Guest No. 1
Andre Ethier
as Himself
Fred Tascatore
as Eight-Bit Dustin Hoffman/ Butterfly/Bill Cosby
Huey Lewis
as Guy Who Looks Like Huey Lewis
Jerry Minor
as Bumble B
Will Forte
as Pete, the Janitor
Rich Appel
as Husband
Gregory Jbara
as Albert Calleros/ Barry
Carla Delaney
as Joanna/Graduate
Glenn Howerton
as Janitor/Server/Confederate Soldier
Eliza Schneider
as Ewok Nerd
Tom Kenny
as Dr. Fist
Dawnn Lewis
as Brunette/Hostess
Steve Callaghan
as Union Soldier
Josh Robert Thompson
as David Schwimmer
Marissa Jaret Winokur
as Full-Sized Woman
Stephen Root
as Allister Monkarsh
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Series Details

TV Network: FOX
Premiere Date: Sep 27, 2009
Executive Producers: Seth MacFarlane, Rich Appel, Mike Henry, Richard Appel
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