”King of the Hill” Knocked Off TV

Animated series by Mike Judge will end after 14 seasons

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AP

"King of the Hill" is over the hill at Fox.

The network is canceling the long-running animated comedy on the blue-collar Texas family of Hank Hill and Hill's friends.

Hank is voiced by series co-creator and executive producer Mike Judge. Others in the cast include Kathy Najimy, Brittany Murphy and Stephen Root.

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The series is now in its 13th year. The network recently ordered 13 new episodes, and animated series have a long production schedule. So Fox says it expects final episodes of the half-hour series likely will air next season.

Ratings for "King of the Hill" have been relatively flat early this season.

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