Fox's self-proclaimed night of "Animation Domination" on Sundays will apparently carry on. The network today announced that it has renewed the final leg of the two-hour Sunday-night block of cartoons, American Dad!.
The show, created by Family Guy's Seth MacFarlane, is number one in its time slot (9:30-10:00 p.m.) among adults between the ages of 18-34, all male demographics, and teens, according to the network. Along with American Dad!, Sunday nights on Fox typically include The Simpsons, King of the Hill, and Family Guy.
American Dad! features patriarch Stan Smith as a conservative Republican, his partying wife Francine, their liberal college-student daughter Hayley, their geeky son Steve, an alcoholic alien refugee named Roger, and a German goldfish named Klaus.
The show premiered in early February 2005. Fox did not state when the fourth season would premiere. For more information on American Dad!, read TV.com's previous coverage.