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Seth MacFarlane Reveals the Biggest Challenge He Faced With the Ted TV Show

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The creative mind behind shows like Family Guy, The Cleveland Show, and American Dad has a new series coming to Peacock, based on his Ted movies. The original film was released in 2012, focusing on John Bennett, a man whose childhood wish of bringing his teddy bear to life came true. The film starred Mark Wahlberg as John and Seth MacFarlane as his lovable and vulgar teddy bear, Ted. The movie was a huge success, raking in over $500 million at the box office on a $50 million budget. The sequel, Ted 2,

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was released three years later, and although it wasn’t the smash hit the original was, it was still considered a success.

The streaming service Peacock will now be home to the Ted T.V. series. There isn’t an official release date for the show; however, Ted is expected to arrive sometime in 2022 or early 2023. The process hasn’t been easy for MacFarlane, who discussed some of the trouble he’s encountered along the way. In an interview with G.Q., the writer/director/actor explained the difficulty in crafting a 22-minute T.V. series versus a feature-length film.

If anyone has the talent to transition a character from film to T.V seamlessly, it’s Seth MacFarlane. His experience in the industry is vast, working on films like A Million Ways to Die in the West and live-action television shows like The Orville. It will be interesting to see what he does with the Ted T.V. series.

Not too much is known about the upcoming series. However, the official synopsis reads:

Based on the summary, it seems like the show will be similar to the movies, with a younger John and a different time period. The series will feature Seth MacFarlane as Ted, Max Burkholder as John Bennett, Scott Grimes as Matt Bennett, Alanna Ubach as Susan Bennett, and Giorgia Whigham as Blaire. Look to Peacock in the near future to stream Ted the series.

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