After a four year encore on Comedy Central, Futurama bid another fond farewell, as its series finale aired Wednesday night; and though it may be painful to see the show end, we can at least take comfort in knowing that it went out on a high note.
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Sep 3, 2013 11:16AM EDT
The Futurama producers have plenty of experience writing series finales. After all, Wednesday's episode marks the fourth time they've thought they were bringing their outrageous animated sci-fi comedy to a close. Originally canceled by Fox back in more
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