The "happy mustached face" of Cleveland Brown (Mike Henry) and his family and friends are back for more in the third season.
The Cleveland Show follows the Brown-Tubbs blended family headed by Cleveland and his sassy high-school-sweetheart-turned-second-wife Donna (Sanaa Lathan).
The rest of the household includes Donna's boy-crazy teenage daughter, Roberta (Reagan Gomez); the 5-year-old with an old soul RALLO (Henry); and the lovable-but-not-so-bright Cleveland Jr. (Kevin Michael Richardson).
Rounding out the clan are Cleveland's friends and neighbours, including loudmouth redneck Lester (Richardson) and his weighty wife, Kendra (Aseem Batra); talking bear Tim (Seth MacFarlane) and his talking bear wife, Arianna (guest voice Arianna Huffington); vertically challenged Holt (Jason Sudeikis); and Holt's gay best friend, Terry (Sudeikis).
This season, the family gets a new neighbour; Donna is reunited with her long-lost mother; Cleveland Jr. joins the church choir and finds religion, a girlfriend and possibly a wife; Cleveland discovers a conspiracy behind pop music; and Cleveland's most embarrassing secrets are revealed to the world.
Additionally, the third season of The Cleveland Show features an unforgettable salute to one of the greatest holiday stories of all time: Die Hard.
Some of the stars returning to Stoolbend this season include actors Craig Robinson (The Office) and Jamie Kennedy; Emmy-nominated actor John Slattery; comedian/actor Will Forte; and legendary actor/comedian Carl Reiner.
Musical superstars Fergie and will.i.am of The Black Eyed Peas and Kanye West will also return to the series.
Additional guest voices making appearances this season include quintessential TV moms Phylicia Rashad and Florence Henderson (The Brady Bunch); Emmy-nominated funny-man Will Arnett; Darren Criss of the hit series Glee; rapper Nicki Minaj; singer/songwriter Bruno Mars; Grammy Award winner Questlove of The Roots; and some of baseball's heaviest hitters, including National League MVP Joey Votto, Matt Kemp, Andre Ethier, David Ortiz, Jimmy Rollins and legendary baseball Hall of Famer Johnny Bench.
The Cleveland Show is a 20th Century Fox Television production. Rich Appel, Mike Henry, and Seth MacFarlane are co-creators and executive producers of the series.