As sad as it may seem that Comedy Central is canceling Futurama with the upcoming eighth season, it’s past time for the once-hilarious animated series to say goodbye.
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Comedy Central announced today that the upcoming 13-episode season of Futurama will be the last for the animated series that found new life on the cable network in 2008.
Stephen Colbert has announced he’ll be hosting four Hobbit-themed episodes of The Colbert Report next week in anticipation of the Dec. 14 release of An Unexpected Journey.
Creator Matt Groening and the cast and crew of Futurama appeared at Comic-Con International to preview the new season, hand out prizes and celebrate that the show is still on the air.
Ahead of tonight’s Season 15 finale, Comedy Central announced it has renewed South Park through 2016, bringing the award-winning animated series to its 20th season.
Futurama is officially set for a seventh season, with 26 episodes to air across 2012 and 2013.
Comedy Central has released the nominations list for the first Comedy Awards, which includes such actors has Will Ferrell, Tina Fey and Betty White.
More than seven years after being canceled by Fox, Futurama returned this week to Comedy Central with a pair of new episodes, “Rebirth” and “In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela.”
There’s been nothing more than an announcement so far, but the lack of finished product – or even finished script – isn’t going to stand in the way of CARB’s right to complain about Comedy Central’s planned animated sitcom about Jesus.
South Park‘s depiction of the prophet Mohammad may have been pulled by Comedy Central, so why has the network just announced a new series satirizing Jesus?
Good news, everybody! Comedy Central has begun its “Countdown to Futurama” by announcing the eagerly awaited sixth season will debut June 24 at 10 p.m. EST/PST. Better yet, the network has released the first still from the premiere episode, rather appropriately titled “Rebirth.”
South Park found itself with new reasons to be bleeped last night – but it wasn’t the program makers who decided what two new words would no longer be heard in the show.