“Family Guy” has captivated audiences for 25 years.

The animated comedy has been on the air since 1999, and creator Seth MacFarlane has no plans to discontinue it after 23 seasons.

The comedian, 50, spoke candidly about the show’s stability over the last two decades in a Los Angeles Times piece commemorating the series’ milestone anniversary.

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He stated that he is not ready to let go of tiny Stewie Griffin and his cartoon family just yet.

“At this point, I don’t see any reason to stop. People still love it. “It makes people happy and helps some good causes,” MacFarlane explained.

“It’s a lot of extraneous cash that you can donate to Rainforest Trust, and you can still go out to dinner that night,” he said. The comedian even contributed $1 million to the group to help combat deforestation in 2022.

“There was a point where I felt, ‘It’s time to close it up. “At this point, we’ve reached escape velocity,” the “Orville” creator-star added.

“I don’t see any reason to stop at this point unless people get sick of it. Unless the stats reveal that people simply say, ‘Eh, we don’t care about “Family Guy” anymore,’ which hasn’t occurred yet.”

The Fox television series was terminated after three seasons in 2002. Three years later, the network brought it back to life.

Since its debut, four hundred and twenty-three episodes have aired, earning nine Emmy Awards.

MacFarlane also voices the characters Peter, Brian, and Stewie Griffin, as well as Glenn Quagmire. The cast also includes Alex Borstein as Lois Griffin, Mila Kunis as Meg Griffin, and Seth Green as Chris Griffin and Neil Goldman.

The “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” actor, 53, also spoke with the “Los Angeles Times” about the legacy of “Family Guy.”

“I feel like every time we do a table read or record, I laugh, and that’s kind of my litmus test. If I’m still giggling at the scripts,” Borstein explained. “If there are three loud chuckles. Because we’ve all been reading and performing comedy for so long, there aren’t many laughs left, but if I’m still busting a gut at something, it’s worth it to me.

MacFarlane ceased production on his well-known cartoon in May 2023 owing to the Hollywood strikes.

The “Ted” star and his fellow showrunners, Brian Boyle, Matt Weitzman, Rich Appel, and Alec Sulkin, walked out to support the Writers Guild of America rallies at the time.

They returned after the WGA and his studio, 20th Television, negotiated an arrangement in September last year.