Comedy Central already has several successful adult cartoon shows, but they still aren't satisfied. The network brought the world South Park, Brickleberry, Futurama, and Drawn Together, and now they are adding two more hilarious cartoons to their catalog. 

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Comedy Central recently attained the rights for The Cleveland Show and King of the Hill from Fox. The Cleveland Show ran for four seasons before being canceled. The series was created by Seth MacFarlane as a spin-off of the popular Family Guy show. In an effort to appeal to a different demographic, Fox aired The Cleveland Show but received mixed reviews. Cleveland left Family Guy for his own series, but was brought back onto the more popular show after the series' cancelation. 

King of the Hill, on the other hand, was very successful and aired for thirteen years. The series focuses on a middle-class family, and both Bobby and Hank Hill have become examples of mild-mannered suburban culture. King of the Hill creators Greg Daniels and Mike Judge were in talks to revive the series, but nothing ever came to fruition.  All 13 seasons of King of the Hill will begin airing next week, while The Cleveland Show will land on Comedy Central in the Fall.