Fry and Professor Farnsworth go on an incredible journey this Thursday when they try out Farnsworth's latest invention: a time travel machine. They start out by trying to go a single minute into the future and end up at an entirely different time. Their journey gets all the more interesting when they realize they can't go backwards in time. During their journey, our time-traveling duo run into Amy Wong, who is sporting a shiny, metal body. We're sure Bender would approve. To Read More Click Here .
Good news, everyone! Bender's going to die on 'Futurama' (Thu., 10PM ET on Comedy Central). ... Or maybe he won't. [Spoiler alert.] On the latest episode, the typically arrogant Bender brags about his absolute physical flawlessness. As opposed to his "poor flimsy human" friends who will eventually die someday. But then, Bender suddenly starts leaking oil. Uh-oh. That's not good. But not a problem! If Bender gets in trouble, he'll just download his "backup unit" and be saved. But then, Bender realizes that he has no backup unit. When he was released from the factory, "Inspector #5" promised that he'd be flawless. But somewhere, somehow, someone messed up. Next, Bender learns who "Inspector #5" actually is. And the identity of the inspector is ... DUN DUN DUN! ... Bender's co-worker Hermes Conrad. Hermes saw that Bender was flawed when he came out of the factory. But little baby Bender was so adorable that Hermes just couldn't help himself, and passed him along anyway. Now, Hermes and Bender are both in trouble. Can they solve the problem, and save Bender from certain doom? Source & Video
Another dramatic elimination ceremony occurs on tonight's So You Think You Can Dance , and Bethenny is rushed to the hospital in tonight's Bethenny Getting Married ! Aside from all the reality TV madness, don't forget ABC's Rookie Blue and Boston Med ! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Big Brother 12 on CBS Wipeout on ABC 9/8c Rookie Blue on ABC So You Think You Can Dance on Fox Burn Notice on USA Network Degrassi A The Next Generation on CTV 10/9c Boston Med on ABC Royal Pains on USA Network Futurama on Comedy Central Bethenny Getting Married on Bravo
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of FUTURAMA Lethal InspectionÂ Season 6 Episode 6 which air on Thursday, July 22 starting at 10pm on Comedy Central. Episode Synopsis: Bender learns that he suffers from a mortal manufacturing defect. Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of FUTURAMA - The Duh-Vinci Code -Â Season 6 Episode 5 which air on Thursday, July 15 starting at 10pm on Comedy Central. Episode Synopsis: The crew races to future Rome to unearth the shocking secret of Leonardo da Vinci after Fry and Professor Farnsworth discover something new in his collection of relics. Source & Preview
Tonight the much-anticipated premiere of Big Brother 12 kicks off at 8/7c on CBS, followed by this week's results show of So You Think You Can Dance on Fox. Sadly, no new Burn Notice or Royal Pains tonight, but Rookie Blue and Boston Med continue on ABC! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Big Brother on CBS -- season premiere! Wipeout on ABC 9/8c So You Think You Can Dance on Fox Rookie Blue on ABC 10/9c Boston Med on ABC Bethenny Getting Married on Bravo Futurama on Comedy Central
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of Futurama Proposition InfinityÂ Season 6 Episode 4 which air on Thursday, July 8 starting at 10:30pm on Comedy Central . Episode Synopsis: Bender leads a campaign to legalize robosexual marriage between humans and robots. Source & Preview
It's a full Thursday TV night including our summer favs from So You Think You Can Dance to Burn Notice and now Futurama ! Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c Wipeout on ABC 8:30/7:30c 100 Questions on NBC 9/8c Rookie Blue on ABC So You Think You Can Dance on Fox Burn Notice on USA Network 10/9c Boston Med on ABC Royal Pains on USA Network Futurama on Comedy Central Bethenny Getting Married on Bravo Penn & Teller: Bullshit! on Showtime 11/10c The Daily Show on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
In what may be the most anticipated animated return to television since Family Guy, Futurama finally debuts brand new episodes on Comedy Central (Thursday, 10/9c). "In my heart of hearts, I knew this show was too good to die," says Billy West, who actually sounds like an older version of Fry, the character he voices on the animated series. "The amount of times the show has been revived from the dead is unbelievable. I love working on zombie Futurama," jokes John DiMaggio, who plays Bender. There was a moment, though, when it seemed Futurama would be up-ended after a salary negotiation snag last summer. Fortunately, the core cast is returning, and Katey Sagal insists it was "just one of those things that happen" in Hollywood. To Read More Click Here .
It may not be as pervasive as "Twilight: Eclipse" fever, but to a certain segment of the population, the return of original episodes of "Futurama" this week is just as big a deal. After a nearly seven-year absence from regular weekly episodes (broken up some by four DVD movies that eventually made their way onto cable), the show gets new life on Comedy Central Thursday (June 24). The cable channel has been teasing out bits and pieces for its return for weeks, and the latest -- which you can watch below -- is a video of creators Matt Groening and David X. Cohen answering fan questions. To Read More Click Here .