By Dan Snierson
Updated April 28, 2015 at 08:11 PM EDT

Fox is welcoming a new animated addition to its Sunday night line-up that is hellbent on domination.

The network announced Tuesday that it will premiere the first of six half-hour episodes of Golan the Insatiable on May 31 at 9:30 p.m. ET. Inspired by the shorts that aired as part of Saturday night’s Animation Domination High-Def programming block in late 2013/early 2014 and armed with an all-new voice cast, the comedy chronicles the adventures of a formidable godlord from another dimension who finds himself in a Minnesota town where his lone friend is a 9-year-old girl, Dylan, who wants him to cause all kinds of destruction. There are some recognizable throats in the cast: Rob Riggle voices Golan and Aubrey Plaza plays Dylan, while Ken Marino, John DiMaggio, and Maria Bamford also contribute vocals, along with Rachel Butera and Nick Rutherford.

Golan—which was created by Joshua Miller and developed by Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser (Axe Cop)—is the first ADHD show to make the transition onto Fox’s prime time schedule.