Poehler voices a 15-year-old male slacker named Duncan and his mom in the adult animated comedy she co-created with Mike Scully, and Julie Thacker-Scully. But Duncanville, premiering Sunday, still feels like other animated Fox shows. "While confusing when trying to get a read on Duncanville, this kind of thing doesn’t really matter in the long run — plenty of shows need a season or two to figure out what defines their best self," says Ben Travers. "The question becomes, 'What does Duncanville want to be?' Fox clearly wants the show to fit in with its classic animation counterparts; sure, it needs a strong enough identity to grow its own fanbase, but enough of a shared identity to hold onto viewers who like The Simpsons and Bob’s Burgers (which bookend Duncanville’s premiere). Fox is building a homogeneous content block on Sunday nights, as it has for decades, and Duncanville will support that model so long as the family remains the focal point." ALSO: Poehler looked to Nancy Cartwright and Pamela Adlon for inspiration in playing a 15-year-old boy.