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Currently on its eighth season, the critically-acclaimed cartoon also won its second Emmy this year.
The critically-acclaimed cartoon "Bob's Burgers" is making its way to the big screen.
Expected to feature the full Belcher family, the film is slated for the summer of 2020, according to 20th Century Fox.
One of the show's creators said: "We know the movie has to scratch every itch the fans of the show have ever had. ... But no pressure, right?"
The news follows the show's recent Emmy win for Outstanding Animated Program — an award "Bob's Burgers" has also been nominated for six years in a row. Its first win was in 2014.
The "Bob's Burgers" feature film — so far untitled — follows in the footsteps of other popular animated comedies. In 1999, the film based on "South Park" grossed $52 million in the U.S. And in 2007, "The Simpsons Movie" made $183 million.
Colbert said all of this week's episodes have been canceled but made light of the situation as he recovers from emergency surgery.
The 65-year-old business mogul and owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks says he will leave the show at the conclusion of its 16th season.
For a limited time during the holiday season, Apple TV+ will make three of the iconic “Peanuts” specials free to watch.
Doctors are working in hospitals lacking water, electricity, and essential supplies, all while the cold winter weather sets in.
Michigan will face Alabama in the Rose Bowl and Washington will play Texas in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1.
Not accounting for inflation, it's the first time a film has opened over $20 million on this weekend in 20 years.