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‘Animal Control’ renewed for second season on Fox


Fox continues to attend the dogs and cats and other domestic and exotic animals.

The network has revamped its comedy series Animal control, about a group of municipal animal control officers who work better with the creatures they handle than other people. The show, starring Joel McHale, is Fox’s first full-length live-action comedy.

“We are delighted that our viewers have responded Animal control as much as we do,” said Michael Thorn, president of script programming at Fox Entertainment. silencing a menagerie of wild animal method actors – a hilarious series delivered that’s sharp, witty and warm, week after week.

Animal control has posted fairly modest on-air ratings, averaging just over 2.2 million viewers per episode over seven days as measured by Nielsen. However, it more than doubles that total than when streaming and other cross-platform viewings are included: According to Fox, the show’s cross-platform audience is 4.7 million viewers.

The series is Fox’s first live-action comedy renewal for 2023-24. The network has been canceled Call me Kat after three seasons, and not a word has been viewed yet about the light Welcome to Flatsch. (Fox also has seven animated series on its roster for next season: mainstays The Simpsons, Family Man And Bob’s burgersseason four of The Great North and newcomers Krapopolis, Grimsburg And Universal Basic Guys/Hoagie Bros.)

Along with McHale, the Animal control cast includes Michael Rowland, Vella Lovell, Ravi Patel and Grace Palmer. Fisher, Greenberg and Sterling created the series and co-produced with Quill and McHale.

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