Last updated September 21, 2023
The unintentionally funny Hill family -- led by achingly average patriarch Hank Hill (voiced by series creator Mike Judge) -- keeps the laughs coming in the 13th season of this long-running animated series set in a sleepy Texas suburb. The season's off to a good start when Hank's diabetic pal, Bill (Stephen Root), gets a wheelchair he doesn't really need. Later, Hank tries to help Strickland Propane by suggesting the company go "green."
Details about King of the Hill: Season 13
It's good to be king in the 12th season of this offbeat but successful animated series about a family of below-average Texans led by well-intentioned patriarch Hank Hill (voiced by series creator Mike Judge). Hank develops a taste for organic food when he shops at the local co-op, Peggy (Kathy Najimy) gets a new car, and Bobby (Pamela Adlon) tries to sweet-talk a girl by taking a stand against soda machines.
Details about King of the Hill: Season 12
As the 11th season of this long-running animated comedy unfolds, Bobby (voiced by Pamela Adlon) is on the lookout for his lost pet snake, only to discover that he's slithered down the toilet and that Hank (voiced by series creator Mike Judge) has called Animal Control. Meanwhile, Peggy (Kathy Najimy) is making friends with a woman who turns out to be a drag queen but makes her feel better about her flagging femininity nonetheless.
Details about King of the Hill: Season 11
The Hill family celebrates a decade on the air in the 10th hilarious season of this long-running animated comedy from the mind of Mike Judge ("Beavis and Butt-Head," Office Space). In these episodes, Peggy (Kathy Najimy) takes a job as a household hints columnist, only to realize she knows nothing about the topic. Also, Hank (voiced by Judge) sends Bobby (Pamela Adlon) to clown college to rid him of his wisecracking ways.
Details about King of the Hill: Season 10
Hank (voiced by series creator Mike Judge) reigns for another year as "King of the Hill" in the ninth season of this long-running animated sitcom. In these episodes, Peggy (Kathy Najimy) travels home to Montana to reconcile with her estranged mother, only to become embroiled in another family drama. Later, a senior citizen with fond memories of living in the Hills' house as a girl visits them for Christmas and decides she'd like to die there.
Details about King of the Hill: Season 9
The world's second longest-running animated comedy series -- topped only by "The Simpsons" -- hangs on for another season as Bobby (voiced by Pamela Adlon) falls under the influence of an unconventional Christian youth group, and Peggy (Kathy Najimy) moves south of the border to tutor the children of a Mexican actor. Meanwhile, back at the house, Hank (Mike Judge) is going ga-ga over a jerky new neighbor with a glamorous past.
Details about King of the Hill: Season 8
The Hill family returns for another hilarious season of this long-running animated series -- the brainchild of "Beavis and Butt-Head" creator Mike Judge -- that pokes fun at suburban America and the oddities of popular culture. In this season, Hank (voiced by Judge) and Bobby (Pamela Adlon) clash at a boy-band concert. Also, Peggy (Kathy Najimy) ranks the sexiness of neighborhood men, only to discover that Hank falls second from the bottom.
Details about King of the Hill: Season 7
In this hilarious 'toon's fifth season, propane salesman Hank Hill (voiced by series creator Mike Judge) -- along with his opinionated wife (Kathy Najimy), son (Pamela Segall) and quirky friends -- continues to shake up the town of Arlen, Texas. Among other things, Hank moons former governor Ann Richards. Guest celebrity voices include Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Robert Stack, Lisa Kudrow, John Ritter, Ellen Barkin and Tom Poston.
Details about King of the Hill: Season 5
This fourth season of the animated comedy hit finds everyman Hank Hill, misguided patriarch of the Hill family, embroiled in a case of sex, drugs and murder. Wife Peggy unwittingly becomes a star on an Internet fetish site, son Bobby tests his comic chops and niece Luanne tries her hand at living on her own. And of course, beer-guzzling misfits Dale, Boomhauer and Bill continue to hold court in the back alley in this collection of 24 episodes.
Details about King of the Hill: Season 4
In the third season of the hit series, Hank continues to bond with his redneck friends and try to "make a man" out of his son, Bobby, while wife Peggy and adopted niece Luanne just try to stay out of the way.
Details about King of the Hill: Season 3
Mike Judge is back as the voice of Hank Hill, the good ol' Texas boy with a heart of gold, in this refreshingly offbeat Fox animated series. This season (another brilliant one created by Judge and writer-producer Greg Daniels) has Hank selling crack as bait, his son Bobby's (Pamela Segall) hilarious-but-heartwarming stint as a model, wife Peggy's (Kathy Najimy) attempts to master the guitar and other adventures.
Details about King of the Hill: Season 2
One of the most consistently funny -- and often overlooked -- shows on television features series creator Mike Judge voicing Hank Hill, a proud, somewhat slow-moving Texan with a good heart. When he's not at work selling propane or at home with his wife, Peggy (Kathy Najimy) and their son, Bobby (Pamela Segall), he's hanging around and sipping beer by his back fence with the hilarious assortment of people he calls his friends.
Details about King of the Hill: Season 1
From the feverish mind of Mike Judge comes this offbeat animated series about redneck Texan Hank Hill, the well-intentioned but misguided patriarch of the Hill clan, which includes Hank's headstrong wife, Peggy, and aspiring comedian son, Bobby. A propane salesman by trade, Hank spends much of his free time downing beers with his misfit buddies in the alley behind his house -- until a family crisis inevitably crops up.
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In this comedy adapted from Paul Rudnick's off-Broadway hit play, a young, gay actor/waiter (Steven Weber) finds "Mr. Right" after becoming celibate -- a move inspired by his fear of AIDS. Struggling with the notion of commitment after learning his perfect mate is HIV positive, he relies on his best friend (Patrick Stewart, as an interior decorator), and a hilariously lascivious priest (Nathan Lane) to help him find the way.
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Soap opera star Celeste Talbert gets desperate when she finds out that her rival, Montana Moorehead, has been trying to get producer David Barnes to write her off the show. And since Barnes has eyes for Montana, Celeste must scramble to keep her job.
Details about Soapdish
After Andy Brewster invents a fabulous new organic cleaner, he goes on a cross-country road trip to promote it. His mother, Joyce, comes along for the ride but soon discovers that her son has an ulterior motive: fixing her up with a long-lost flame.
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