Take a first look FUTURAMA Holiday Spectacular, which premieres Sunday, November 21 at 10:00 p.m. on Comedy Central. The episode will feature special voice guest appearances by Al Gore and Coolio. Synopsis: In this festive three-part episode, the Planet Express crew races to preserve the traditional practices of the classic holidays of Xmas, Robanukah and Kwanzaa. Along the way, they encounter the murderous Kringlebot, Al Gore’s Head-In-A-Jar, mutated pine trees, droidls, fembot wrestling, albino humping worms, Kwanzaabot and giant space bees, all while learning the true meaning behind the holidays…with an occasional song thrown in for good measure. Source & Preview
If there was ever a time for Futurama fans to go on a bender (get it?!), it was last night. Because after 11 years, two networks and a whole bunch of time off in between, the damn thing finally celebrated 100 episodes. Ever since Matt Groening unleashed his follow-up to The Simpsons in 1999, the sci-fi snark-toon has had trouble finding its footing. It was on Fox. It was off Fox. People loved it. People hated it. Its ratings sank. Its DVD sales soared. Then Comedy Central rebooted the show almost seven years after Fox pulled the plug, and folks were freaked out that things wouldn't be the same. Were some of the new batch's early episodes not mega-gems? Sure, but even a weak Futurama is better than no Futurama, right? To Read More Click Here .
After last week's tension-filled Project Runway judging, this week the drama is bound to escalate as Gretchen tries to redeem herself after throwing her team under the bus. Also, don't forget a new episode of Rookie Blue ! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Big Brother 12 on CBS 9/8c Rookie Blue on ABC Project Runway on Lifetime Television 10/9c Futurama on Comedy Central Jersey Shore on MTV 10:30/9:30c On the Road With Austin & Santino on Lifetime Television
Futurama fans had a lot to be excited about when it was announced the show would be returning to television. We've all enjoyed the show's run on Comedy Central, but it's coming to an end. Well, this season's run anyway. Futurama's sixth season is wrapping up this Thursday evening with a special episode celebrating the show's one-hundredth episode. The season finale begins with the crew of the Planet Express receiving their one-hundredth order. In the midst of a wild celebration, Fry inadvertently slips up, letting people know that Leela is a mutant. It isn't long before Lela gets banished, only to later take up arms with the mutant version of the band Devo to fight for mutant rights. You can get a preview clip from this episode below. To Read More Click Here .
Lrrr attempts to scare people at Comic-Con 3010, but all the nerds there think heâs just another nerd in a costume, causing him to suffer midlife crisis. CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO WATCH IT
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of FUTURAMA Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences which airs on Thursday August 26 starting at 10pm on Comedy Central. In this clip, Matt Groening and David X. Cohen attempt to screen the pilot of their new series Futurella at the Intergalactic Comic-Con. Episode Synopsis: Lrrr attempts to scare people at Comic-Con 3010, but all the nerds there think heâs just another nerd in a costume, causing him to suffer midlife crisis. Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of FUTURAMA Season 6 Episode 10 The Prisoner of Benda which air on Thursday August 19 starting at 10pm on Comedy Central. Episode Synopsis: The Planet Express Ship visits another planet inhabited by robot and the theory of evolution is put in question. Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of FUTURAMA Season 6 Episode 9 A Clockwork Origin which air on Thursday August 12 starting at 10pm on Comedy Central. Episode Synopsis: The Planet Express Ship visits another planet inhabited by robot and the theory of evolution is put in question. Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of FUTURAMA Season 6 Episode 8 That Darn Katz! which air on Thursday August 5 starting at 10pm on Comedy Central. Episode Synopsis: Earth is invaded by a race of intelligent cats. Source & Preview
If you're a fan of science fiction, comedy, and/or womanizing robots, then you're probably aware that the animated sci-fi comedy Futurama is back by popular demand and currently airing new episodes on Comedy Central. Today at Comic-Con, Comedy Central held a press conference for the show which is currently in its sixth season. Futurama creator Matt Groening (creator of The Simpsons) and executive producer David X. Cohen (former writer/producer for The Simpsons) as well as members of the cast including: Billy West, John DiMaggio, Maurice LaMarche, and Lauren Tom took questions from the press for about half an hour before being presented with plaques from Guinness World Records for being The most critically acclaimed animated series currently on television. Â To Read More Click Here .