Futurama aired its special holiday episode on Sunday, presenting three tales that put a crazed 31st century spin on Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa. The episode celebrated not just the holidays, but also the show's characters...in the most lethal way possible.
Futurama's season finale was a nonstop cavalcade of horrific freaks, sewage, and wall-to-wall vomiting, all in the name of equal rights for subterranean mutants. Hilarious, sweet, inventive, and celebratory, this episode ended Futurama's new season on a high note.
Yesterday's Futurama showed us that even murderous alien dictators can have domestic troubles. The show's resident destroyer of worlds struggled to save his failing marriage while navigating future Comic Con, the ultimate cosplayer, and lots of casual disintegration.
Yesterday's beautifully insane Futurama saw the characters swap bodies and lose all their inhibitions. The Professor joined the circus as Bender, Amy gorged multiple people to obesity, and Fry and Leela finally had sex...but in the wrongest bodies imaginable.
Last night's truly awesome Futurama episode offered a ringing endorsement of evolution, but not without a twist or two along the way as its fiercest defender became the accidental creator of an entire robotic world.
Last night's Futurama pitted Planet Express's cutest intern and a benevolent cute alien against cute - but evil! - aliens in disguise. Maybe it was all just too cute: the Earth-threatening plot fell on the wrong side of silly.
Last night's Futurama took us on an incredible tour of Earth's entire history and revealed what the 31st century would look like without Fry around. Equal parts touching, hilarious, thoughtful, and flat-out bonkers, this episode was everything Futurama should be.
The creators and cast of Futurama revealed what lies ahead for the show's twenty remaining episodes: brain-switching, mutant rights, unlikely kissing, Futurama reborn three times over, and, yes, Fry and Leela. All that, plus our thoughts on this week's episode!
Last night's Futurama was short on laughs but big on ideas and wonder, weaving a Leonardo-themed conspiracy that featured rat-powered robots, 16th century spaceships, the smartest planet in the universe, and so, so many clockwork gizmos.
Good news, everyone! Futurama bounced back in a big way last night, crafting an episode full of incisive social commentary, big laughs, and great character moments. Best of all, it showcased Bender and the Professor at their unhinged, irrepressible best.
The 31st century show placed itself firmly in the world of 21st century technology last night, exploring the obsession with the new "eyePhone" and getting a million followers on "Twitcher." Unfortunately, the episode couldn't do much with this fertile territory.
Futurama returned last night with two new episodes that made the most of the troubled series' latest resurrection. The episodes, while occasionally uneven, were crammed with absurd jokes, stem cells, cartoon nudity, and a potential new Eve (AKA Leela).