Bob’s Burgers: Loren Bouchard’s new show an exciting step

NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 27: Loren Bouchard and Janelle Momary (Photo by Thos Robinson/Getty Images for Bento Box Entertainment)
NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 27: Loren Bouchard and Janelle Momary (Photo by Thos Robinson/Getty Images for Bento Box Entertainment) /

With the success of Bob’s Burgers, creator Loren Bouchard is taking his talent to Apple TV in a new show fans will hopefully enjoy just as much.

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Bob’s Burgers fans, get ready to fall in love again. Creator of the series, Loren Bouchard, has been the life’s blood of the show since its beginning. With the show now incredibly successful, Bouchard is getting interested in other projects. Most recently, a project of his has been picked up by Apple.

After spending a majority of his career on Fox and Adult Swim, it’s amazing to see him branching out to other networks. Reported by Variety, the animated show is entitled Central Park and will follow “the story of how a family of caretakers, who live and work in Central Park, end up saving the park, and basically the world.” Definitely a lot of wiggle room there for what the show could focus on.

Besides Bouchard’s involvement, the cast is incredibly exciting and talented. Some of the names mentioned were Josh Gad, Titus Burgess, and Kristen Bell. The series is also being written by Gad, Bouchard and Nora Smith. Smith has previously worked for Bob’s Burgers and Lucy, Daughter of the Devil.

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What makes this show stand out from Bob’s Burgers is it’s a musical comedy. Some may argue Bob’s is as well, but it doesn’t focus so heavily on music sometimes. When it does, it’s great but Central Park will have music as the main element. With the show already cleared for 26 episodes, Apple is putting its faith in Bouchard (as it rightfully should.)

Personally, I’m extremely happy for Bouchard and love seeing him thrive. He’s worked incredibly hard and I’m so excited to watch him grow. It’s awesome to see other companies and networks, putting their faith in Bouchard and his team.

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Apple TV might not have taken off yet, but adding Central Park could be a turning point for the network. Not only will it set the tone for the animated programs but, hopefully, bring more fans in with familiar names.

It’s unclear if the show’s production will interfere with Bob’s Burgers but it seems unlikely for now. If it does, no reason to worry as Bouchard will leave it in capable hands. For right now, we can blissfully enjoy the fact that Bouchard has more shows we can enjoy.