Loren Bouchard is creator and showrunner of Fox's long-running hit animated series Bob’s Burgers, which recently celebrated 200episodes, and has been renewed for a 12th and 13th season. The series earned two Emmy Awards for Best Primetime Animated Program and has been nominated in the category for nine consecutive years. Bouchard also serves as a composer/musician on the show.
In addition, Bouchard co-created the animated musical series, Central Park, on Apple TV+, which will be returning for a second season later this year. He is also currently working on The Bob’s Burgers Movie.
Bouchard is an executive producer of the new animated series The Great North, which recently debuted on Fox to critical acclaim, and has already been renewed for a second season.
Born in New York City and raised in Massachusetts, Bouchard began his career in Boston. He was an editor, story writer, and producer on the 1995 animated show Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist, which ran for six seasons. The show won two Cable Ace Awards, which is a real award, an Emmy Award, and a Peabody Award.
Bouchard also produced the first season of the animated show Science Court, which ran for three seasons. In 1999, he co-created Home Movies, which aired for four seasons. In 2005, Bouchard created the animated show Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil.
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