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November 26, 2013 9:59 AM

'Family Guy' kills a major character; fans react

Brian Griffin was one of the main characters on the hit show 'Family Guy' for more than 11 seasons. Producers say they killed the dog as a way to shake things up. Brian will reportedly be replaced with a new dog, voiced by Tony Sirico of 'The Sopranos' fame.

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