If ever youre in need of a ride-or-die friend who will drop everything to help you out of a pickle, fair warning: Bob Belcher is not that person. TVLine has an exclusive sneak peek at Sundays episode of Bobs Burgers (Fox, 8:30/7:30c), in which the Belcher patriarch gets a call from friend Critter, who landed  http://tvline.com/2016/04/09/bobs-burgers-season-6-episode-13-video-critter-jail/
Sunday's TV is dominated by two different awards shows: CBS will air the Academy of Country Music Awards tonight, while the Turner networks (TNT, TBS and TruTV) will give us three hours of the iHea... . Read More... http://www.starpulse.com/news/index.php/2016/04/03/fox-returns-bobs-burgers-with-backtoba?ref_src=news_rss
Hashbrown Kimmy alert! The Netflix series about a woman raised in a pseudo-post-apocalyptic underground cult for 15 years is back for its second season April 15.But, as always, there are plenty of other new shows and movies coming to the streaming service next month, not least among them '80s classic "The Princess Bride." Here are 20 other things to watch on Netflix to take your mind off the day's drudgery -- other than whispering I'm not really here! to your pink sparkled shoes. April 1 "The Ascent of Woman: A 10,000 Year Story" (Season 1, Documentary series) "Bob's Burgers" (Season 5, Adult animated series) "Code Girl" (Documentary series) "Fixer Upper" (Season 2, Reality series) "Lost & Found Music Studios" (Kids comedy series) "My Girl" (Drama film) "The Princess Bride" (Comedy film) "The Ranch" (Season 1, Comedy series) April 8 "God's Pocket" (Drama film) "Hush" (Thriller film) April 10 "Girl Meets World" (Season 2, Kids comedy series) April 12 "Ajin" (Season 1, Adult animated series) April 15 "Cuckoo" (Season 3, British comedy series) "Kong: King of the Apes" (Kids animated film and series) "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" (Season 2, Comedy series) April 16 "How to Get Away with Murder" (Season 2, Drama series) April 22 "Patton Oswalt: Talking for Clapping" (Comedy special) April 24 "Minions" (Kids animated memefest) April 27 "Begin Again" (Drama film) April 29 "Danger Mouse" (Season 1, Kids animated series) "Special Correspondents" (Comedy film) "Team Foxcatcher" (Documentary film) -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website. ...Read More... http://feeds.huffingtonpost.com/c/35496/f/677094/s/4e71b135/sc/28/l/0L0Shuffingtonpost0N0C20A160C0A30C220Cnetflix0Eapril0E20A160In0I95246980Bhtml0Dutm0Ihp0Iref0Ftv0Gir0FTV/story01.htm
"Cooper Barrett" will now air at 7:30/6:30c with "Bob's Burgers" moving to 8:30/7:30c. Read More... http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2016/03/18/fox-to-flip-bobs-burgers-cooper-barretts-guide-to-surviving-life-on-sundays-going-forward-665312/20160318fox02/
If youre not a fan of flatulence jokes, this exclusiveBobs Burgersvideoreally isnt for you. But if you enjoy a good fart gag like the rest of humanity, youre in for a treat. The clip above, from Sundays episode (7:30/6:30c), finds the Belchers admiring their swanky, newly installed bar stools. But when Teddy takes one for  http://tvline.com/2016/03/12/bobs-burgers-season-6-video-stools-farting/
Bobs Burgers celebrates Valentines Day Sunday (Fox, 7:30/6:30c) by throwing Tina Belcher into a life of petty crime. OK, maybe were exaggerating. Butsomething untoward is about to happen in this exclusive sneak peek, when Louise saunters into her sisters room just as Tina is trying to snoop in the schools holiday carnation-fundraiser box. Elsewhere in  http://tvline.com/2016/02/13/bobs-burgers-video-valentines-day-season-6/
Welcome back to Stay Tuned, Vulture's TV advice column. Each Wednesday, Margaret Lyons answers your questions about your various TV triumphs and woes. Need help? Have a theory? Want a recommendation? Submit a question! You can email email@example.com or tweet @margeincharge with the hashtag #staytuned . Am I missing out by not watching animated shows? I know they can't be lumped together just because they're animated, but I've never been into animation on the whole and worry I'm unfairly discounting some good stuff. I've never tried Archer, Rick & Morty , and other shows people rave about. Recently I watched BoJack Horseman , though, and loved it the character development is so well done, and the women on the show had their own interesting story arcs. I've never been into the "everything stays the same" mode a lot of animated shows use. Is BoJack just super great? What else am I missing? Monika BoJack is super great, so it's not totally fair to measure other shows by its standards, but in general: Yeah, you're missing out by not watching animated shows. Archer doesn't have the depth and pathos of BoJack , but it is hilarious and it has season-long arcs where things do substantively change episode to episode. Rick & Morty is more episodic, but it does have real emotional range. If you like mythology series, give Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra a go. (Start with Avatar .) Read More...
Slip into the season like you would slip into a bathtub filled to the brim with the finest single-barrel bourbon, provided you had the wealth and substantial real-estate holdings of Bob's landlord, Mr. Fischoeder. Calvin Fischoeder, voiced by Kevin Kline, and his malevolent, surprisingly agile brother Felix will help you relax with their festive jazzy tune, the video of which Vulture has the honor of premiering above. But don't relax so much that you ever feel comfortable going under a pier with them again. Or going anywhere with them again. These are not good guys. But oh, listen to that piano! How fun. http://www.vulture.com/2015/12/hear-bobs-burgerss-brand-new-holiday-song.html
The holidays are a perfect time to appreciate togetherness, good will, and peace on earth. And bourbon? Helping out with that last bit is a new music video from the creators of Bobs Burgers that features Kevin Kline singing a seasonal ditty as the... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/x28GlGO5YkE/bobs-burgers-spirits-of-christmas-music-video
Cartoons arent just for kids anymore, and the current state of adult-targeted animation is bothbig business and top quality. Some of the funniest sitcoms on the small-screen contain no live-action: From Netflix's BoJack Horseman to FX's Archer and Fox's Bobs Burgers. Then, of course, there are the still-strong pioneers, like The Simpsons, South Park, and Family Guy. Certainly the concept of grown-up cartoons isn't brand-new to the turn of 2016, but to animated comedies aimed at adult audiences are enjoying unprecedented success. So, why does a genre once meant for children and relegated to Saturday mornings now hold their parents attention between 8 and 11 p..m., as well as on-demand? Bob's Burgers creator Loren Bouchard credits it mostly to what he calls an accident of the medium. And its a happy accident, indeed. Read More...