If an animated TV series becomes successful, chances of it eventually getting its own movie are fairly high. We’ve seen it happen over and over again—sometimes as theatrical releases (South Park, The Simpsons) and sometimes as straight-to-video or TV movies (Family Guy, Futurama). And now it’s happening with FOX’s hit animated title Bob’s Burgers.
A release date for the animated feature has also been reserved, but fans will have a little bit of waiting to do. The movie is scheduled for release on July 17, 2020.
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If you’re a fan of Bob’s Burgers and especially of the many original songs the animated series features in its episodes, The Bob’s Burgers Music Album is coming soon.
The collection will include 107 songs from the show, including “Nice Things Are Nice,” “Bad Stuff Happens in the Bathroom,” an extended version of the theme song, and many more. There will also be five bonus tracks from “Bob’s Buskers,” a series in which popular recording artists cover Bob’s Burgers songs, bringing the grand total track count to 112. There will even be a deluxe limited edition box set available, which comes with condiment colored vinyl records.
You can get all the details, see a full track listing, watch an unboxing video, and listen to a couple of the songs below.
Fans of the animated favorite Bob’s Burgers who aren’t already aware will likely be shocked to discover that the show was actually originally about a family of cannibals who use human flesh to make their burgers, inspired by things like Sweeney Todd.
The YouTube channel Court of Source, who told us how Rick and Mortycame to exist, has the story for you, and you can check out the video below.
The hit animated show Bob’s Burgers has a nice future for fans to look forward to. Not only did season six of the animated comedy just kick off recently, but a season seven and a season eight have both officially been ordered by 20th Century Fox Television.
This means that fans of Fox’s Sunday night animated series can not only look forward to two more years of Bob Belcher and his family, but also two more years of Homer Simpson and his family with The Simpsons having been officially given a season 27 and season 28 already, with options for season 29 and season 30 in place if wanted and deals all worked out with the cast after a bit of a speedbump.