Why was a Family Guy episode banned?

“Partial Terms of Endearment” is the 21st and final episode of the eighth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. The episode was banned from airing on the Fox network due to concerns over its portrayal of the controversial subject of abortion.

What countries is Family Guy Banned in?

Comic Book Resources (CBR) claims that countries without “hefty free speech protections” like South Korea, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, South Africa, Taiwan, Vietnam, and the Philippines have banned “Family Guy” due its “offensiveness and indecency.”

When was Family Guy Cancelled the second time?

Fox announced that the show had been canceled in May 2000, at the end of the second season. However, following a last-minute reprieve, on July 24, 2000, Fox ordered 13 additional episodes of Family Guy to form a third season.

Is Partial Terms of Endearment on Disney plus?

Family Guy’s controversial abortion episode has not been included with the series’ arrival on Disney Plus. However, the 21st episode of the eighth season, entitled Partial Terms of Endearment, has not been included in the collection of episodes that span 18 seasons of the comedy show from creator Seth MacFarlane.

Does Family Guy have to get permission?

One is because of copyright/trademark laws. A company may not want their products shown on a certain show or movie, and thus may not allow it. And if the show or movie isn’t planning a “fair use” of the product (such as parody/satire), then they can’t use it without permission.

Is Family Guy on Amazon Prime?

Unfortunately, Family Guy has been removed from Netflix, but you can catch it on Amazon Prime Video or watch some episodes on ITV Hub. You can also buy episodes on iTunes or purchase the DVD box set for each season.

What PG is Family Guy?

It is rated TV14. Unsuitable for people under 14.