Bob’s Burgers season 12 is almost over. The program has interesting news, however. Fans are excited about the upcoming movie. The long-awaited film will be released on May 27, 2022.
The film’s Memorial Day premiere comes after Season 12 of the program. Season 12 will end on May 22, 2022, with 20-22 episodes.
If you want more Bob’s Burgers after Season 12 or after viewing the movie, we have your answer for Season 13.
Are Bob’s Burgers canceled or renewed for Season 13 on Fox?
The good news is that this information came out in 2020. That was before the movie pushed everything back, but Bob’s Burgers has been picked up for the 13th season. Back in 2020, the show was given a two-season order, giving us Seasons 12 and 13.
Most of us were probably just trying to stay healthy at the time, so it might not have been noticed. But now that we know when the movie will come out, it’s nice to know that there will be more Bob’s Burgers in the future.
The release of the movie should also lead to a rise in the number of people who start watching the show or return to it. The animated show has one of the nicest families on TV and is a comfort shoe for a lot of people.
If you can’t wait for Season 13 to come out, you can always go see the movie when it comes out or watch the whole series on Hulu. Season 13 doesn’t have a release date yet, but it will come out in the fall of 2022.
All you need to know about the comeback of the season
When it comes to Bob’s Burgers, the upcoming movie, which will be shown for the first time in theatres later this week, makes things quite interesting. Even though tonight is the last night, it’s not the end because there’s a bigger event coming up in a few days.
Even though Fox hasn’t released their official fall schedule yet, it seems likely that season 13 of Bob’s Burgers will still air on Sunday nights. If something isn’t broken, why fix it? We think that all of the animated shows will start airing at the end of September, which is a great way to take advantage of the NFL. All of these shows do best after football games, so it makes sense to put them on as early as possible and add new episodes when they are most likely to do well. In the spring, there is a drop in live ratings, but there are still ways to watch great shows after the fact, such as with a DVR.
Season 12 at a glance
Millie blackmails Louise into acquiring her treasured fairy wands from the Pixie Princess Promenade. A dog-shaped bouquet makes Linda face her past. Mr. Frond gives Tina a crystal she says has exceptional abilities. She becomes a school good luck charm once it works. Bob and Linda have problems selling their malformed farmers’ market produce. A ghost from Linda and Gayle’s past resurfaces for Halloween. The youngsters skip trick-or-treating to protect Bob’s, nasty sweets. Bob and Teddy pick up a new sink for the restaurant and drop off a giant ventriloquist dummy head for a mini-golf sculpture collector. Teddy’s frequent meal stops demonstrate he knows everyone in the state.
Meanwhile, Linda and the kids fight for Employee of the Day, which comes with ice cream. Gene is 11 years old, but he discovers his youth in a community center after-school club, where the other kids are considerably younger. Linda wants to try the new hair shop next door, but she’s apprehensive about her hit-or-miss barber Gretchen’s reaction. Mr. Frond assigns the Wagstaff youngsters unpaid beach cleaning chores at Wonder Wharf. Louise makes a “meal and park rides for labor” agreement with Mr. Fischoeder over waste, but will he follow his word? Teddy’s mustache resembles Bob’s disturbingly.
What happened in the next episodes?
Linda enlists Tina and Louise in a loft-bed construction project after a picture of her condescending mother and a Tina-Louise dispute over desk access. Bob’s Burgers hosts a seemingly interminable “Mages and Monsters” gaming event, and Bob’s displeasure with his “Burger of the Day” efforts causes him to sympathize with the game host. Bob cooks Thanksgiving dinner for an elderly person’s home as the youngsters stage a holiday parade. Tina is divided between working well in photography class and cutting to hang out with friends at a half-demolished home.
Meanwhile, Linda regrets inviting a former Belcher to visit. Louise and Gene see Mr. Branca’s unusual behavior and wonder why. Gene smashes his favorite Christmas CD, so his family helps him celebrate. Teddy’s concept for a community Secret Santa messes up. Wagstaff instructors want to be kind to pupils since they’re being assessed. Louise realizes this may help the pupils. Bob and Linda argue over not having a will. Bob and Linda are invited to a fancy Valentine’s Day dinner on Kingshead Island.
Louise plots a strategy to take advantage of the kids’ anxious babysitter with chocolates. Teddy’s battleship is being decommissioned, but an unpleasant occurrence makes him unwilling to go. The Belchers join him as emotional support; upon onboard, Bob discovers he’s terrible at making nautical knots. Tina and Louise assist Courtney to persuade Gene to participate in “Locker Love” A customer’s sealed suitcase intrigues Linda and Teddy. Louise, Rudy, and Millie keep losing clay coins given as class prizes, so they counterfeit a bunch. Bob sleeps better on the sofa than on his bed.
While waiting for Bob’s father to arrive, the family tells three stories about an important incident in his life. Louise adopts a spider and finds maintaining it at the Belcher household difficult. Bob reconnects with old buddies through their smartphones, but he’s uninterested. Nat recruits the Belchers for a limo race, triggering Tina’s prom anxiety. Linda planned a lady’s night with Ginger but is uncomfortable when Gayle and Gretchen arrive. Bob volunteers to assist Gene with a school assignment involving growing veggies since he’s infatuated with an ancient handheld game. Linda waits for Teddy’s fish at the restaurant.
Tina and Louise enjoy a kiddie ride at the grocery shop. On Mother’s Day, Linda’s family dispute resurfaces. The kids and Gayle team together to steal back a family spaghetti sauce recipe to give mom the best gift. Teddy agonizes about a tattoo-related present for his mom. “Eighth Grade Runner” Tina’s new blouse is mocked by Tammy and Jocelyn in a Wagstaff News piece called “Wow or Weird.” She writes sexual friend-fiction in which she is a robot on the run. Bob and Teddy strive to identify a toilet vandal, Gene and Louise want boba to cheer up Tina, and Linda worries about Tina’s birthday. “Judge-bot Day” Tina is on a dangerous assignment. The family discovers and attempts to stop her.