TV News: Bob, Supergirl, Happyland, Thrones

Bob’s Burgers
Fox has officially renewed the Emmy-winning animated series “Bob’s Burgers” for a sixth season of twenty-two episodes.

The series has averaged a 1.7 key demo rating and 3.5 million viewers overall for its eight episodes this season so far despite strong competition. [Source: Variety]

“Arrow” and “Flash” producer Greg Berlanti teased last year that we might see a crossover between CBS’ “Supergirl” series and the The CW’s mini-universe of “Arrow” and “The Flash,” despite them airing on different networks.

Now, THR reports that they’re heading that part of Berlanti’s CBS contract for doing “Supergirl” is that the show can crossover with “The Flash” and “Arrow”. Part of the reason this is do-able is that CBS and Time Warner own The CW network.

MTV has cancelled its soapy teen comedy series “Happyland” after one season. The show explored the underbelly of one of the country’s most popular theme parks and those who work there.

The action centers on Lucy, a cynical teen whose mother makes a living as a fairy-tale princess, and explores the realities of growing up and falling in love while living in a make-believe world. [Source: The Live Feed]

Game of Thrones
Kit Harington says that the upcoming fifth season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” will be even bigger than the last. In particular, one sequence sounds massive and he teases it for The Telegraph:

“The thing I noticed this year is that they threw so much money at it. The set pieces were so huge. There’s one scene for me which took a month to film. And it wasn’t even the whole thing, it was one section. So on scale it’s definitely bigger. I don’t think we can get more gruesome or more naked, but on scale it’s definitely got bigger.”