‘King of the Hill’ Creators in ‘Preliminary’ Talks With Fox to Bring Back Show for Trump EraFox Television Group co-chairman and CEO Dana Walden told reporters at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour on Tuesday that the network had a meeting with “King of the Hill” creators Mike Judge and Greg Daniels about two months ago to find a way to revive the animated series.Judge is co-showrunner on HBO’s “Silicon Valley,” while Daniels is an executive producer on TBS’ “People of Earth.”
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