Futurama Reveals Trailer for 2023 Revival

Ahead of the anticipated return of the beloved adult animated sci-fi comedy series Futurama, Disney has revealed the trailer and key art for season 11, which premieres Monday, July 24th on Disney+ in Australia and Hulu in the United States.

After a decade-long absence, “Futurama” returns with a triumphant comeback, bringing back its original cast and maintaining its satirical essence. Season 11 consists of 10 all-new episodes that cater to a wide audience. Whether you’re a new viewer or a dedicated fan, there’s something for everyone in this season.

For newcomers, the series is easily accessible from here, allowing them to jump right into the show’s captivating universe. Long-time fans, on the other hand, will be delighted to see the resolution of long-standing mysteries that have spanned decades. The epic love story between Fry and Leela, the enigmatic contents of Nibbler’s litter box, the hidden past of the nefarious Robot Santa, and the fate of Kif and Amy’s tadpoles all receive satisfying payoffs.

Additionally, the show explores timely and thought-provoking themes in its own unique way. It delves into the future of vaccines, the impact of bitcoin, the complexities of cancel culture, and the ever-evolving landscape of streaming TV. “Futurama” continues to deliver its trademark blend of humor, wit, and social commentary in this exciting new season.

“Futurama” premiered in 1999 and quickly gained a faithful following and critical acclaim, including two primetime Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Animated Program. Despite its far-future setting, the show is renowned for its satiric commentary on life in the present. The series follows Phillip J. Fry (Billy West), a New York City pizza delivery boy, who accidentally freezes himself in 1999 and gets defrosted in the year 3000. In this astonishing New New York, he befriends hard-drinking robot Bender (John DiMaggio) and falls in love with cyclops Leela (Katey Sagal). The trio find work at the Planet Express Delivery Company, founded by Fry’s doddering descendant, Professor Hubert Farnsworth. Together with accountant Hermes Conrad, assistant Amy Wong, and alien lobster Dr. John Zoidberg, they embark on thrilling adventures that take them to every corner of the universe. After its initial run on the Fox Broadcasting Network, a roller-coaster of cancellations and resurrections ensued. Four successful direct-to-DVD releases in 2007-2009 led to the show’s rebirth on Comedy Central from 2010-2013. Then, after a brief 10-year freeze in the cryogenic chamber, “Futurama” emerged triumphantly as a streaming series for Disney+ with a 20-episode order set to debut in 2023.




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