"King of the Hill", animated series that recently has been ended for further production by its airing network FOX, will probably have another place to get airing for future season. Variety has reported that there is a possibility for the animation sitcom moving to another network, which is none other than ABC.
A reliable source of FOX network says in a statement that at least there is one network showing an interest to take the series. ABC is the network which presumably will handle the show in relation to the network's upcoming project of producing animation comedy series entitled "The Goode Family".
It is believed that having "King" and "Goode" as a duo for the network's upcoming schedule, will fit "Goode" season premiere. In fact, "Goode" is created by the same folks who were the former executive producers of "King", Mike Judge, John Altschuler, and Dave Krinsky.
Recently it has been confirmed that FOX has decided not to pick up another season for "King" considering the cartoon's long year running of 13 years. Ironically, "King" has posted its best ratings in a year only three days after FOX's cancellation announcement. FOX keeps the decision to dismiss "King" in order to welcome for two brand new animations series, the classroom spoof "Sit Down, Shut Up" and the "Family Guy" spin-off "The Cleveland Show". Those series are scheduled to be premiered in early 2009.