Did You Know That “Family Guy” Funds Charity Causes?

Seth MacFarlane says he has no plans to stop making “Family Guy.”

The comic launched the animated adult comedy series on Fox in 1999 and it ran for three seasons before being axed, only to return to the network in 2005 following the popularity of reruns and DVD sales, and the show’s star and creator is thankful for the money it makes because he can donate a lot to charity.

He told the Los Angeles Times newspaper: “At this point, I don’t see a good reason to stop.

People still love it. It makes people happy and it funds some good causes.  Both Seth and his co-star Alex Borstein admitted they didn’t expect the show to still be producing new episodes 25 years later.