In November, Disney announced that the Christian-oriented Christian entertainment series Family Guy would be ending its 12-year run in 2019.
While there are no confirmed plans for another Christian-centric series on Disney XD, there’s been plenty of speculation as to what could replace it.
One option would be a revival of the cult-favorite series Christian Kids, which debuted on Nickelodeon in 2004.
A second possibility would be the upcoming reboot of Family Guy: The Next Generation, which was created by Adam Reed.
While both projects are currently in development, there is a possibility that the series could be revived for the Disney XD universe.
In February, Christian Kids’ creator Jeff Davis confirmed that he was in talks with Disney about resurrecting the series.
“We’re in negotiations for the future of Family Guys.
We’re looking for the right team, the right people to bring the show back to life,” he told the Hollywood Reporter.
While Christian Kids is a series that was created and directed by Reed, it was originally created and written by Brian Regan and written and produced by Matt LeBlanc.
Regan, who previously wrote and directed the upcoming Disney XD animated series The Last of Us, also wrote the pilot script for Christian Kids.
“The first season was very well received,” he said of the show’s success.
“I was very pleased with how it was received and that’s how it evolved over time.
I think there’s a lot of fans who’ve been waiting for the series to come back.”
If the Disney Channel ever returns to its roots, it would have to make room for new shows like Christian Kids in order to keep its viewership high.
Christian Kids was originally a popular series on the Disney channel, which has a much broader audience than Disney XD.
While the channel had about 15 million subscribers as of January 2018, it is currently at only 8.4 million subscribers.
“This was originally going to be a one-season, 10-episode show,” said Davis.
“It would have been the first full-length, long-form, scripted program we’ve ever done in the history of the channel.”
Davis, who is also the head of content for the Christian channel, said that the show has been “a massive success” and that it has been a huge hit with audiences.
“If there is one thing I know, it’s that people love a good cult show,” he added.
“There’s a very specific niche of people who love Christian-themed TV shows.”
In March, Christian TV Network posted a letter on its website that included a list of “what we hope to be coming soon”: Family Guy, which will end in 2019; Family Guy The Next Generations, which is coming in 2019, which follows the story of a Christian teenager and his family; and Christian Kids which is a new animated series based on the series Family Guys.
“Davis said he hopes that Christian Kids and Family Guy will be brought back in 2019 and that Family Guy “will be an ongoing series with no end date, no middle-point.
We’d like to have something with the potential to be great.” “
Even though we’re going to have to wait a while to see what happens, we want to be in the mix of making some of these shows.
We’d like to have something with the potential to be great.”
The Disney Channel’s recent lineup of Christian-driven TV shows included The Good Place, which focused on a small family in the town of Goode, California.
The Good Life also focused on an older, middle-aged couple in New York City.
There are also upcoming projects on the network’s slate that have Christian themes: The Gospel Coalition and The Life of Christ.
The Christian channel also recently launched the Christian Life series, which centers on a Christian couple who have moved to the small town of Chappaqua, New York, to raise their two young sons.
The series will follow the children and their parents as they struggle to reconcile their faith and secular upbringing.