Seth MacFarlane already has animated shows The Cleveland Show, American Dad, and of course Family Guy on Fox, and now they’re giving him one more: Bordertown. Critics didn’t like his latest show, Dads, so whatever, let’s give him one more. Man, this guy has some power. From Contact Music:
The show was originally conceived by [Ted director Mark] Hentemann, and is set in the fictitious Texan town of Bordertown, where the ongoing cultural shifts running through America will be explored in each episode, probably in the least politically correct way possible.
The show will revolve around the daily lives of two neighbours: Bud Buckwald, a married family man who works as a border patrol agent and is struggling to come to terms with the cultural changes occurring around him; and Ernesto Gonzalez, a Mexican immigrant who is proud of the roots he and his family are developing in their adopted homeland. The series develops as each neighbour becomes more connected with the other and with this being a MacFarlane series, expect stereotypes to be exploited to their maximum potential.
This makes me miss King of the Hill so badly. Did you know they took it off Netflix? :(
EVERYONE TALK ABOUT KING OF THE HILL!