'Futurama' Blasts Off Into Its Final Season on Wednesday, June 19

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April 22nd, 2013


via press release:






Series Finale Slated for September 4


Guest Stars for the Final Season Include Larry Bird, Dan Castellaneta,

Sarah Silverman, George Takei, Adam West and Burt Ward


Final Season Celebration Kicks Off with 50 Day “Countdown to Futurama”

Leading up to the Season Premiere on Wednesday, June 19, 2013


Fans Can Visit ComedyCentral.com to Get Web-Exclusive Content,

Including Episode Previews, Exclusive Interviews and More



Click here to watch a preview of the new season



NEW YORK, April 22, 2013 – “Futurama” rockets into space for the (second) final time as the Emmy® Award-winning series will conclude its long history with this summer’s all-new season.  The thirteen-episode summer run will premiere on COMEDY CENTRAL with back-to-back episodes on Wednesday, June 19 at 10:00 p.m. with the emotional series finale scheduled for September 4.  Special guest stars for the final season include Larry Bird, Dan Castellaneta, Sarah Silverman, George Takei, Adam West and Burt Ward.  The show’s entire original voice cast will be returning.  Including the yet-to-air season, this will bring the total number of episodes in “Futurama’s” storied history to 140.

  • dust

    The brainless future of America gets two more years of Glee but this all-time great show is dying.

  • MichaelChickless

    Godspeed, Fry.

  • TV Viewer

    I hope this is not the real end of the series, and that there will be more direct-to-DVDs in the future, similar to what happened after Fox first cancelled the show.

    Thank you Comedy Central for bringing it for a few more years.

  • DenverDean

    Basically between direct-to-DVD and Comedy Central – the number of additional episodes doubled. That was a great gift to go from 72 to 140. Thanks CC for 52 more episodes. If MG believes more stories can be told, then I would anticipate another Direct to DVD or streaming batch.

  • Ram510

    I know that it’s the final season so it probably doesn’t matter what night it’s on, but I dot understand why they don’t leave it in Thursdays like it been most of its run on Comedy Central

  • Luke

    I think it’s ridiculous to expect anyone to save this show for a second time. Shows are lucky enough to get saved once, but twice is too much. It’s had a great run, just let it die.

  • Phil

    Should bring it back to FOX and pair it up with The Simpsons!

  • Mike

    Will it get a proper series finale

  • JD

    Someone needs to knock on TBS or Adult Swim door right now.

  • The 47th

    Oh woah, I didn´t realize the number of episodes was so high already.

    If anything, the only viable option could be an streaming platform like Netflix. But I won’t hold my breath…more movies could be another option, though.

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