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News Roundup: Fox Orders More 'Bob's Burgers,' 'Real Housewives' Star Files for Divorce and More

by Jean Bentley, posted Oct 19th 2010 6:30PM
'Bob's Burgers'Fox must feel pretty confident with it's new series 'Bob's Burgers' -- the show hasn't even premiered yet and the network has already placed an order for six more scripts.

According to Deadline, should season 2 get picked up, Fox wants additional scripts in production so it can premiere next fall as opposed to midseason. Fox also ordered eight more scripts of veteran series 'American Dad.'

So far this season, 'Raising Hope' is the only new Fox show to get a back nine renewal order.

In other TV news ...

'Real Housewives of Orange County' star Vicki Gunvalson has filed for divorce from her husband, Donn. The couple has been married for 16 years, and renewed their vows during the summer of 2009. [E! Online]

Former 'Dancing With the Stars' hunk Gilles Marini will appear on the second season finale of USA's 'Royal Pains.' Marini will play a dance instructor to Divya and Raj as they prepare for their wedding. The second half of season 2 debuts Jan. 20. [The Ausiello Files]

Conan O'Brien has found a new bandleader for his TBS show, 'Conan.' Jimmy Vivino will take the top spot in the new ensemble, called the Basic Cable Band. [TV Guide]

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FOX Upfront Presentation and Preview: A Confident Network and a 'Glee'-Heavy Show

by Joel Keller, posted May 18th 2010 11:39AM
Outside the FOX upfrontYesterday, FOX unveiled its Upfront presentation at the historic Beacon Theatre on Manhattan's Upper West Side. One of the reasons why TV critic types like the upfront presentations, even though they're designed and presented for advertisers and not journalists, is the potential for potshots from the executives and painful banter from the network's stars.

Neither really took place at FOX's presentation. Aside from network entertainment president Kevin Reilly getting a dressing down from Jane Lynch as 'Glee's' Sue Sylvester -- she made fun of his teeth, hair and "local weatherman" look -- and a slight jab at NBC from Reilly -- which, given his history with Jeff Zucker and company, is almost a reflex for him -- the presentation was straightforward and confident. That's what you get when you're first in primetime for six consecutive years, as the network's execs claimed.

But between the executives' celebratory talk and the rousing rendition of Madonna's 'Like A Prayer', which closed things out, FOX showed everyone previews of their new shows. And the new slate is interesting to say the least. Clips and comments are after the jump.

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Fox Orders 13 Episodes of 'Bob's Burgers'

by Michael D. Ayers, posted Dec 1st 2009 2:30PM
Fox has announced a new addition to its Sunday night animated comedy bloc.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the network will serve up 13 new episodes of 'Bob's Burgers.' The show is based on Loren Bouchard ('Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist,' 'Home Movies') and Jim Dauterive's ('King of the Hill')12-minute presentation, with a voice cast that includes H. Jon Benjamin, 'Flight of the Conchords' alum Kristen Schaal (pictured), Eugene Mirman and 'Important Things with Demetri Martin' writer Dan Mintz.

The show centers around Bob, a struggling burger joint owner, his "tightly wound wife" and their three reckless kids. Bouchard told the Reporter that the original idea was to write a show about a family of cannibals, but the latter aspect was ultimately dropped -- probably for the best, considering the family runs a burger joint.

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Bob's Burgers heading to Fox

by Brad Trechak, posted Dec 1st 2009 11:27AM
Bob's BurgersFrom the creator of Home Movies comes a new animated show on Fox. Bob's Burgers will be about a guy (Bob) who runs a burger grill at an East Coast seaside town with his "tightly wound wife and three unhelpful kids".

Fox is obviously returning to form with another animated family comedy, as if their entire Sunday night line-up weren't enough. I yearn for animated shows that dare to be a little different like South Park, Futurama and The Venture Bros.

However, the show involves hamburgers and as a hamburger fan I may give it a shot. It is a bit of a concern that Fox is overdoing it with the animated shows. Perhaps Cartoon Network and Fox should just switch names and be done with it.

Also, based on the photo doesn't the main character look a little like Luigi from the Mario Brothers? Will he have a thick Italian accent as well?

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