Video Interview with Bob’s Burgers Super Talented Cast

Video Interview with Bob’s Burgers Super Talented Cast

Making a Splash

Since Fox launched Bob’s Burgers into its Animation Domination Line up it has made a big impression on fans, but there was rumors that it may be cancelled. The fans got their wish when Fox picked it up for a Second Season and the show that brought a breath of fresh air to the animation scene will continue.

Stellar Cast

The cast list reads like this: Eugene Mirman, Kristen Schaal, H. Jon Benjamin, John Roberts and Dan Mintz. With top talent like that you know that the show has quality in abundance. Check out what they had to say in this recent interview:

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Watch “Allen Gregory” Trailer

Allen Gregory Coming to Fox this Fall

This is the same show that is knocking Bob’s Burger’s airtime back on Fox, Allen Gregory. Set to be released this fall, it’s causing a  lot of mayhem in the Animation Domination line up.

This trailer will show if it is worthy of the spot in the animated comedy heavy weight line up.

Enjoy the trailer.

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‘Allen Gregory’ Comes to Fox this Fall

‘Bob’s Burgers’ is not cancelled but has been shifted.

Has Bob’s Burgers has been cancelled? No it hasn’t. You will find that it has instead been pushed back to the mid season, to make room for New Animated  series “Allen Gregory” reports Variety.

New line up for Animation Domination

“Allen Gregory” will occupy the 8.30 pm time slot, following the bright yellow might of the “The Simpsons”.

“Gregory” is based on the story of  “the world’s most celebrated 7-year-old”, who is attending elementary school along with the average Joe’s. Showrunner for the series is “Family Guy’s” executive producer David Goodman who has joined forces with “Gregory” co-creator Jonah Hill, Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel.

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Fox Making It Easy For the New Guy

You often find in life that being the new guy can be tough, it’s the same in the TV game. But when you have the knowhow of Fox everything should work out just fine, I think. Being placed directly behind “The Simpsons” is a clever guise, Fox did the same with the release of “The Cleveland Show” in 2009. With the Simpsons consistently bring in 5 million viewers each episode, naturally most will stay to watch the next show, all the while making life a lot easier for “Allen Gregory”

Bob’s Burgers was on the Menu

13 episodes of Bob’s Burgers were ordered, they were meant to be released with “Gregory” and Napolean Dynamite.

It would be great to see Bob’s Burgers back on the air as it did produce a fresh taste to the animation family sitcoms. Baring that in mind “American Dad,” and “Family Guy” will round out Fox’s “Animation Domination” lineup.

Do you think Fox needs another show, especially one that isn’t produced by Seth Mcfarlane?

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Bob’s Burgers Season 2 Not Cancelled

Bobs Burgers Not Cancelled, Gets Renewed for Season 2

Bob’s Burgers dominates Animation Domination

BOB’S BURGERS the newest animated comedy in the Animation Domination line up has been renewed for a second season, announced by Kevin Reilly, President of Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company.

“BOB’S BURGERS has proved to be a perfect neighbor to our slate of fan-favorite animated families this year,” said Reilly. “The series has found its own really unique, irreverent voice and is doing consistent business for us on Sundays, so we’re excited to serve up another season to the fans.”

Thought it was cancelled?

It was speculated that the series may have been cancelled because of upcoming projects like the Napoleon Dynamite animated series and a new animated comedy series called Allen Gregory both from Jonah Hill

It’s no doubt that it should have been giving a second season, it currently ranks in the  TOP 10 program amongst young men as well as being the highest- rated new series debut on any network this season.

Video Interview with Bob’s Burgers Super Talented Cast

Who is Bob and his Burgers?

BOB’S BURGERS is a 20th Century Fox Television production. The series was created by Loren Bouchard. Bouchard and Jim Dauterive serve as executive producers and writers.

Will Bob’s Burgers get Cancelled?

Bob’s Burgers on a plunge in ratings

Animated Comedy Bob’s Burgers from the Fox network is likely to be cancelled at the end Season 1, once all 13 episodes have aired. Currently 10 episodes have aired and the remaining  3 episodes: Weekend at Mort’s, Torpedo and Lobster Fest will been shown to close Season 1.

American Dad Renewed

Although the cancellation hasn’t been confirmed as yet it is widely expected that this will be the end. The main reason for the expected cancellation is that American Dad another Fox animation has already been renewed for a further 2 seasons, thus taking up a slot in Fox’s animated line up.

Fox’s Animated Line up

Fox has a 2 hour slot (weekly) for its Animated Comedy shows which comprises of Family Guy, American Dad, Cleveland show and Bobs Burgers. With Fox expected to air a new Animated Comedy, a show from the current line up has to make way. With Bob’s Burgers viewer ratings less than encouraging, all the signs point to it being cancelled over the other more succesful shows.

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With Bobs Burgers ending without really getting a chance to shine, we bring you a video of our favourite character Bob

SNEAK PEAK: BOB’S BURGERS “Spaghetti Western and Meatballs”

BOB’S BURGERS  Episode 9

Episode Synopsis

Bob and Gene bond over spaghetti western movies in the all-new “Spaghetti Western and Meatballs” episode of BOB’S BURGERS airing Sunday, March 27 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX

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