Bob's Burgers Season 7
Bob's Burgers season 7 started airing on Sunday, September 25, 2016. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S7E21 Paraders of the Lost Float
The season consists of 21 episodes. The second half premiered on Sunday, January 8, 2017.
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Family Guy & Bob's Burgers Renewed at FOX | ScreenRant - via Screenrant
These renewals ensure that three pieces of FOX's current Sunday night puzzle remain in place for fall 2019, but one wonders what the network will try to slot into the 9:30PM slot after Family Guy. FOX has been unsuccessfully trying to add live-action comedies to its Sunday mix for awhile now, and the latest show to fail at this task was Rel, starring comedian Lil Rel Howery. While Rel hasn't been officially canceled, it's seen as incredibly unlikely to get a season 2. Perhaps FOX would be wise to try doing "Animation Domination" again, and filling that fourth slot with a new animated comedy.
'Family Guy' and 'Bob's Burgers' Renewed for New Seasons on Fox! - via Etonline
While neither show is a ratings boon for the network, both shows bring in considerable sums when it comes to merchandising and streaming deals, which reportedly earn 20th Century Fox Television billions.
Fox renews Bob's Burgers and Family Guy, so at least The Simpsons will still have company - via News
These renewals were reportedly made “months ago” so the production teams could continue working on both shows amid all of the Disney merger drama, ensuring that there wouldn’t be any danger of the mouse company marching in and killing off Bob Belcher or the Family Guy. This will be season 18 for Family Guy and season 10 for Bob’s Burgers.
Cancel Bear vs. FOX, week 12: 'Bob's Burgers' will stay open for business - TV by the Numbers - via Tvbythenumbers
Like all of FOX’s animated comedies, the Bear thinks “Bob’s Burgers” is likely to be renewed for another season. With an average 1.20 live + same day rating in adults 18-49 so far this year, the series has actually experienced a small uptick from its previous season’s 1.01 average.
Bob's Burgers Channels Saving Private Ryan in This Winter-Themed Sneak Peek - TV Guide - via Tvguide
In the exclusive clip above, Logan and his teenaged pals are engaged in a brutal snowball fight right in the middle of the hill where the younger kids want to go sledding. "Here's a snowball in your spleen... and a snowball in your ween!" he yells as he pelts his nameless foes with perfectly aimed snowballs. Ouch!
Previously on Bob's Burgers: In the 100th episode of BOB'S BURGERS, the kids' goop war lands Bob in a sticky situation. The prank happens to occur on the same day that Skip Marooch calls to tell Bob that a journalist is coming to the restaurant to write a profile and the whole town gets involved.
What follows is an abbreviated Wizard of Oz-style narrative, with Louise and Kuchi Kopi traveling through her fever dream world to the toy’s fortress where they can be alone. But, the pair face a trio of obstacles taking the form of Louise’s other toys, though with the voices of Bob, Linda, Tina, and Gene. Each of the toys attempt to clue Louise in on the fact that the fortress is detrimental to the world — “That fortress is the worst and I think it’s kinda cursed, as you can see it has immersed us in this darkness.” However, Louise defeats each obstacle and makes it to the fortress where she meets the good Kuchi Kopi doll, who finally teaches her to forgive her family While the metaphor of the episode is anything but subtle, it’s delivered with the same charm fans of <...> - by ScreenRant [Molly Freeman]
If there’s an issue with “Flu-ouise,” it’s that the episode isn’t necessarily reaching for that extra level of character-based storytelling, like the very best Bob’s Burgers episodes do. Yes, the arc of Louise’s fever dream is about her learning to forgive her family, but the story as told doesn’t carry a ton of weight. After all, Louise herself feels far less strongly about her situation than the deranged Kuchi Kopi does, which externalizes her issues without keeping them connected to her own story. She spends most of the dream being vaguely irritated with her family but not connecting that with her encounters with her other toys—which, because I can’t spell any of them, I’ll just follow Linda’s lead and refer to as “Hello Kitty”—or picking up on the <...> - by AV Club [Alasdair Wilkins]