'Futurama' canceled (again) after seven seasons on Comedy Central

"Futurama" is heading into cancellation yet again. Comedy Central has decided not to renew the animated series after seven seasons on that network. Why was the sci-fi, comedy cartoon canceled this time?The basic reason seems to be, as always, declining ratings over the past few seasons. EW.com, which first broke the news, quoted Dave Bernath, the executive vice president of programming at Comedy Central as saying the show had a "he**uva run" as it came to its end. "I'm more thankful and feel a sense of gratitude toward the whole process -- and that we found a way to keep going for 52 more episodes -- than I really am even thinking about the ending. It's a blessing that it came back and lasted so long."The Comedy Central tenure of "Futurama" comprises its relaunch from 2008 to the present. The series, from "Simpsons" creator Matt Groening and David X. Cohen, originaly aired on FOX...



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