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We're beyond lucky to have Futurama back for a miraculous seventh season, after all the cancellation scares it's had over the years. To celebrate the show's uncanny survival, we've rounded up the 10 episodes where Futurama is at its most hilarious, most cosmic, most emotional, and most brilliant.
Futurama returns tonight for an amazing seventh season. But what if you've never watched the show, or just lost track of all the changes the lovable gang of misfits has been through over the years? We've got you covered.
There are only five episodes remaining to Futurama's sixth season, and we managed to see a lot of them at the show's Comic-Con panel. Including the entirety of an insanely funny anime segment!
Yesterday's episodes of Futurama gave us an intentionally cliched battle of the sexes, followed by the ultimate tribute to Bender's world-destroying laziness. While neither episode was perfect, they provided a funny, thought-provoking, and wonderfully disturbing launch for the latest season.
Futurama returns tonight for another thirteen episodes worth of 31st century craziness. In honor of the show's latest triumphant return, we recommend the 10 episodes where Futurama is at its most hilarious, most cosmic, most emotional, and most brilliant.
Is this the return of the infamous she-Bender character Coilette? The first ever clip for the brand new season of Futurama gives everyone at Planet Express a gender-swap. Meet male Leela and Amy right now.
Comedy Central gambled on bringing back Futurama, and it's already paid off, big time. Thursday was the channel's best night of the year, and its best Thursday evening ever. Futurama got 2.9 million viewers and ruled among key demographics.
To celebrate Futurama's return, creator David X. Cohen answered all our burning Futurama questions. How scandalous will the new cable version be? What's happened with Fry and Leela, what's a "robosexual," and how will they make fun of Twitter? Spoilers.
...and they're good! Futurama makes its Comedy Central debut until tomorrow, but we've had a sneak peek at the first two outings. It looks like there's plenty of life left in everyone's favorite animated scifi comedy that refuses to die.
Holy crap. It looks like the rumors were true. Futurama is BACK.
I just bombarded Futurama's co-creator David X. Cohen with some very important questions, including what he would name his Roomba, why he's not afraid of robots and what Futurama's chances are for renewal. (Spoiler: 50/50.)
This exclusive extra off the last of four Futurama movies shows Matt Groening and David X. Cohen bouncing around in simulated zero-G like a meatspace Bender and Fry.
If you've been wondering what to do with yourself between now and the end of the year, you might think about tuning in to the Cartoon Network, where you can watch every single episode of Futurama starting at 11pm tonight, and running until 11:30pm December 31st. If you've got a massive hard drive attached to your DVR,…