Fox serves up an 11th season of Bob's Burgers | Animated comedy renewed

Fox serves up an 11th season of Bob's Burgers

Animated comedy renewed

Bob’s Burgers has been renewed  for an eleventh season.

Production on the series is already under way, but America's Fox network only officially confirmed the news yesterday as it announced its autumn schedule.

The 11th season is listed as part of the channel's Sunday-night animation block alongside The Simpsons, Family Guy and the second season of Bless the Harts,  about a working-class family living in North Carolina and featuring the voice of  Kristen Wiig

The broadcaster's entertainment president Michael Thorn previously told Deadline  that Bob’s Burgers would 'be on Fox for a long time' – but according to the industry website the deal for season 11 'is not completely done' yet, despite yesterday's news

Bob’s Burgers features the voices of Leslie Odom Jr., Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, Kathryn Hahn, Tituss Burgess, Daveed Diggs and Stanley Tucci.

Recent seasons of the animated comedy are not currently screened in the UK, although Comedy Central Extra is airing older episodes.

Published: 12 May 2020

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