'Futurama' hits Comic-Con for the last time, shows finale footage

After seven seasons, "Futurama" is in reaching its end ... Again. The animated comedy was originally canceled by FOX in 2003, but an undying fanbase led to it rising from the ashes on Comedy Central in 2008, with three more seasons following.September 4 will see the second end of the show, but before that the cast and crew descend on Comic-Con one last time to greet their fans. Head writer David X. Cohen and series creator Matt Groening are out first. They explain that Comic-Con won't let them bring the cast on as panelists, because there's just too many of them.Instead, they're brought out as guests, with Billy West and Katey Sagal getting the loudest applause from the crowd.The cast kicks off the panel with a table reading of the first act of the episode's series finale, "Meanwhile." The episode finds Fry (West), Leela (Sagal) and Bender (John DiMaggio) making a delivery to the...



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