Friday, June 23, 2006

Good News Everyone!

Comedy Central is going to put Futurama back on the air!
Three years after the show last aired on prime time, the cable net has signed a deal to resurrect the former Fox animated series for a minimum 13-episode run.

Comedy Central will start airing the new shows in 2008.

"We are thrilled that Matt Groening and 20th Century Fox Television have decided to produce new episodes of Futurama and that Comedy Central will be the first to air them," said David Bernath, the cable net's senior VP.

The new episode order is part of a larger deal Comedy Central made with the production company last year, when they bought the syndicated rights to Futurama's 72-episode library.
Any show where Al Gore's head shouts "Peace out y'all!" before rocket-launching to Jupiter is fine by me.

In other news, I am now scheduled to be induced on Monday. I feel a little like one of the characters from a Final Fantasy video game when a bad guy casts "Doom" on you and a number counts down above your head until you die.

And now, I feel like a massive geek.

Poor baby I'm having. She's got geeky parents.

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