According to the show’s Twitter account, Bob’s Burgers has been officially renewed for a 12th (and 13th) season on Fox. The Belcher family is unstoppable after more than 10 years on the air. What better way to commemorate ten years on the air than to continue the show for two more seasons?
A Brief About Bob’s Burgers Season
Loren Bouchard developed Bob’s Burgers for Fox Broadcasting Company, an American animated television series. The Belcher family, which includes parents Bob and Linda and their three daughters Tina, Gene, and Louise, owns and operates a hamburger shop, is the focus of the series. Bouchard came up with the idea for the programafter working on Home Movies. Bento Box Entertainment and 20th Television are the producers of Bob’s Burgers.
The Belcher family, which consists of Bob, his wife Linda, and their children Tina, Gene, and Louise, is the focus of the programme. The family owns and operates a burger joint on Ocean Avenue in an unknown coastal town (dubbed “Seymour’s Bay” by the show’s writers).
In the season 11 episode “Y Tu Tina También,” Bob is shown reading a newspaper titled “Seymour’s Bay Times.” Loren Bouchard, the show’s creator, stated early on that the show’s setting was an undefined Northeastern United States coastal town (dubbed a “semi-Springfield”), citing numerous sources for influence (including San Francisco, whose Victorian architecture is copied on some of the buildings).
Viewers and reviewers alike have concluded that the nameless town is actually in southern New Jersey as the episode progressed. The earliest episode in which the link is at least attempted is season three’s “It Snakes a Village,” and the program has mostly omitted the New Jersey connections as the years have passed.
Character Tammy Larsen, for example, has a phone number with the state’s area code of 201. (although not to the Jersey Shore area). Sterling Archer is revealed to have been “flipping burgers at the Shore” for many weeks owing to a case of amnesia in which he believes he is Bob Belcher in the episode “Fugue and Riffs,” which included a crossover between the two program.
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Millie blackmails Louise into bringing her a collection of collected fairy wands from the yearly Pixie Princess Promenade, which Millie is forbidden to attend. Meanwhile, a flower arrangement fashioned like a dog leads Linda to confront her past.
Tina is given a crystal by Mr Frond, which his lover thinks has unique abilities. Surprisingly, it appears to work, as she quickly establishes herself as a human good luck charm around the campus. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda are having problems getting rid of a big quantity of deformed fruit and vegetables that they purchased at a farmers’ market.
It’s Halloween season again, and a ghost from Linda and Gail’s past reappears to add to the spookiness of the celebration. Meanwhile, the youngsters skip trick-or-treating in an attempt to protect Bob’s small supply of sour candy.
Bob and Teddy go on a road trip to get a new sink for the restaurant…and to deliver a massive ventriloquist dummy head to a mini-golf sculpture collector. Teddy appears to know everyone in the state, as evidenced by his frequent trips for food and other necessities. Meanwhile, on a busy shift, Linda and the kids fight for Employee of the Day, which comes with a large ice cream award.
Gene, feeling the weight of his eleven years, discovers an after-school programme for youngsters at the local community centre – the fact that it is for children much younger than him isn’t a problem. Linda, meantime, gives Gretchen’s new hair shop a try, with mixed results.
Mr Frond assigns the Wagstaff kids to clean up the beach at Wonder Wharf, but they quickly revolt against the unpaid labour. Mr Fischoeder and Louise strike a “meal and park rides for labour” arrangement over the waste issue, but will he maintain his end of the bargain? Teddy, meantime, has developed a moustache that resembles Bob’s.
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The 11th season of Bob’s Burgers drew 1.30 million viewers and a 0.52 rating in the 18-49 demographic. Season 10 saw a 29 percent decrease in the demo and a 29 percent decrease in viewership.