A Family Guy flick and the return of The Winner?
The answer is maybe. The Hollywood Reporter writes that creator Seth MacFarlane is looking at the possibility of doing a Family Guy movie sometime in the future, which makes sense because it's much harder to make movies in the past.
One plan McFarlane mentioned was to have former Family Guy scribe Ricky Blitt come back to work on the film script. It's worth noting that none of this is official, and that a basic plot for a Family Guy film hasn't even been thought up, though McFarlane does state he doesn't want to do a huge movie like the upcoming Simpsons Movie, but rather a smaller story focusing on the Griffin family.
Speaking of Ricky Blitt, his short-lived series The Winner --which starred Rob Corddry as a man looking back to the '90s when he was thirty-two and just starting to make it on his own, along with his thirteen year old best friend, Josh-- might be returning.
Really? When? How? Where?
Nobody knows, as MacFarlane, an executive producer on the series, did not give any details. So don't get your hopes up too high, fans of the show. Still, any glimmer of hope is nice. I thought the series was a lot of fun, mostly because of the naive and amicable character of Glen Abbott (Corddry). It was a sitcom that wasn't afraid to spoof the conventions of the sitcom, an inside gag I think a lot of people took at face value.