Watch the teaser - Season 11 of the beloved adult animated series set to premiere Monday, July 24, with new episodes releasing weekly on Mondays.
The crew is getting back together! Fan favorite series Futurama, which follows a ragtag team of space delivery people, is getting a new season, with full original cast and satirical spirit intact, after a brief 10-year hiatus.
The 10 all-new episodes of Season 11 have something for everyone. New viewers can pick up the series from here, while long-time fans will recognize payoffs to decades-long mysteries – including developments in the epic love story of Fry and Leela, the mysterious contents of Nibbler's litter box, the secret history of evil Robot Santa, and the whereabouts of Kif and Amy's tadpoles. Meanwhile, there's a whole new pandemic in town as the crew explores the future of vaccines, bitcoin, cancel culture, and streaming TV.
Watch a teaser for the triumphant return of Futurama now:
Futurama premiered in 1999 and quickly gained a faithful following and critical acclaim, including two primetime Emmys 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 Philip 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.
Joining West, DiMaggio and Sagal are Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, Lauren Tom, Phil LaMarr, and David Herman. The series was created by Matt Groening and developed by Groening and David X. Cohen. Groening, Cohen, Ken Keeler and Claudia Katz executive produce.
After its initial run on FOX, 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 Hulu with a 20-episode order set to debut in 2023.