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TV News: FOX Reveals Fate of ‘Allen Gregory,’ Gives ‘24’ Movie Update

Allen Gregory

CHICAGOFOX has confirmed what everyone expected; the animated series “Allen Gregory” starring the voice of Jonah Hill is officially cancelled. The news came today at the FOX Television Critics Association meeting and press tour event in Pasadena.

TV Review: ‘Allen Gregory’ is Latest FOX ‘Animation Domination’

CHICAGO – The cartoon hits keep coming as part of FOX TV’s Sunday night “Animation Domination.” The latest, premiering October 30th, is “Allen Gregory,” a series about a pretentious seven-year-old that is created and voiced through the character style of actor Jonah Hill.

TV News: FOX Announces Fall Schedule, Details New Series

CHICAGOFOX made their Fall schedule official this morning, putting to rest any lingering hope for fans of “The Chicago Code” (or the other four canceled bubble programs) and detailing what will air when.

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