Fox has ordered an additional nine episodes of The Cleveland Show, the No. 1 new scripted series of the fall, bringing the second season of the series to a full 22-episode order, it was announced today by Kevin Reilly, President, Entertainment for Fox Broadcasting Company.
"While I'm excited about this news, I really can't wait until next Wednesday to see an all-new Glee," said Cleveland Brown.
The series premiere of The Cleveland Show was FOX's highest-rated Sunday comedy series debut in over six years among Adults 18-49, Adults 18-34 and Total Viewers.
In the next episode of The Cleveland Show, airing Sunday, Oct. 18 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT), Cleveland (Mike Henry) gets a job at Waterman Cable, and Tim (Seth MacFarlane) becomes jealous of Cleveland when he becomes the top salesman and wishes for bad things to happen to him. But when Cleveland comes up on some bad luck and misfortune, Tim has a change of heart.
The Cleveland Show follows everyone's favorite soft-spoken neighbor to his hometown in Virginia, as he settles down with his high school sweetheart, her unruly kids and his own son. The series features the voice talents of Mike Henry, Sanaa Lathan, Reagan Gomez-Preston, Kevin Michael Richardson and Seth MacFarlane, as well as Arianna Huffington and Jason Sudeikis in recurring roles. Season One guest stars include Jamie Kennedy, Taraji P. Henson, Kanye West and Fergie.
The Cleveland Show is a 20th Century Fox Television production. Seth MacFarlane, Rich Appel and Mike Henry are executive producers and co-creators of the series.