05/10/2012 06:11 pm ET

'Family Guy' Renewed, 'American Dad' Renewed, No Word On 'The Cleveland Show'

Fox has renewed "Family Guy" and "American Dad," but the future remains unclear for "The Cleveland Show," according to The Hollywood Reporter.

This will be Season 11 for "Family Guy" and Season 8 for "American Dad," each of which will have the standard 22 episodes. "Family Guy" and "American Dad" air back-to-back on Fox's Sunday Animation Domination block, which also includes "The Cleveland Show."

Though it's good news for two of Seth MacFarlane's animated comedies, Fox is postponing its decision on a Season 5 of "The Cleveland Show," which is a spinoff of "Family Guy." The show, however, will see a Season 4.

As for the rest of Fox's Sunday night animated comedy stapes, "The Simpsons" will be back for two more seasons, "Bob's Burgers" has been renewed for Season 3, "Allen Gregory" has been canceled and things aren't looking good for Fox's another freshman in the bunch, "Napoleon Dynamite."

In other Fox renewal and cancellation reports, "Touch" was renewed today, while "Alcatraz," "The Finder," "I Hate My Teenage Daughter" and "Breaking In" officially got the boot.

For more news on the fate of your favorite shows, click through the slideshow below:

2012 Renewal Index: Canceled, Safe and on the Bubble Shows