Longtime showrunner Al Jean explains why the landmark animated series is still going strong after 26 seasons, with no end in sight.
Chris Hardwick will host an online pre-show and post-show for Wednesday’s series finale of Futurama, featuring series creator Matt Groening, the cast and more.
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Simpsons, creator Matt Groening and executive producer Al Jean announced a Futurama crossover, and revealed Gullermo del Toro’s opening for this year’s “Treehouse of Horror.”
It was the end of an era in San Diego as the creators and cast of the canceled Futurama held their final panel at Comic-Con International.
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.
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.
Futurama is officially set for a seventh season, with 26 episodes to air across 2012 and 2013.
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.”
Futurama returns on June 24th with the first of twelve all-new episodes. But if you’ve missed the past five seasons of the space-age comedy, never fear: You can catch up with everything in just nine minutes. No, seriously.