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Author Topic: Should Futurama Be Brought Back?  (Read 1436 times)
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PEE Poll: Should Futurama Be Brought Back?
Yes   -38 (88.4%)
No   -3 (7%)
Not sure   -2 (4.7%)
Total Members Voted: 43


Liquid Emperor
« Reply #40 on: 11-12-2006 04:56 »

Just wondering but since it is a retty definate thing (getting new eps) does anyone know if it is going to air in the UK and on what channels??

Starship Captain
« Reply #41 on: 11-12-2006 05:40 »

aww yeah i forgot about that! I really wanna know when they're airing in the UK too! and my guess is they'll be on Sky1

Liquid Emperor
« Reply #42 on: 11-12-2006 05:43 »

sky1 has recently not been aring them as much though (then all of a sudden airing them 7 eps on one day - being weird) so i don't know if they will pick them up. Fingers crossed still!

« Reply #43 on: 01-09-2007 20:08 »

I think Futurama has the potential to stay fresh for 5+ more seasons but I doubt we will get that many, the Simpsons was a great show for about the first 8 seasons and the fact that Futurama has been on a break for a few years might actually help it not become stale prematurely.

Anyone know what kinda budget these new episodes of Futurama will have? Im guessing its not as big as before.
Ralph Snart

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« Reply #44 on: 01-10-2007 01:34 »

Wanky, you act like you can cum and go as you please...

Well, actually you can.

The answer is:  Nobody really knows.  RDS, Groening, FOX and everybody else in the know has been very stingy with info.  I do know that Groening has been Hell-bent on making sure that the Resurection succeeds and more episodes are ordered.

Last year, Billy West let the 'cat out of the bag' and released the news that the series was returning.  He was reprimended very harshly and all people involved have signed gag clauses.  With this being Groening's baby, I'm sure that he demanded the same funding to get the same quality.  He did manage to get DXC, Ken Keeler, the entire origonal cast, most of the writers and even Al Gore back.  That smells like some major dollars are being spent.

Good to see ya, please cum again.

« Reply #45 on: 01-10-2007 08:43 »

Will do, Ive been cumming and going for over 6 years. The fact that they got all of the original cast is promising but I'm not sure getting Gore proves they have money, he is probably willing to work for food these days.
But yeah its looking good, you're prob right about Groening, I don't think he would settle for anything less.


Liquid Emperor
« Reply #46 on: 01-10-2007 13:39 »

Originally posted by Ralph Snart:
... I do know that Groening has been Hell-bent on making sure that the Resurection succeeds and more episodes are ordered...
I'm very interested in learning how/where you learned this - that is, if you wouldn't mind sharing.  :confused:

« Reply #47 on: 01-12-2007 18:57 »

O course it should come back, but not too long or yes it could very well get old, all good things must come to an end, I love the show, and when its all over I will miss it, but thats the way its got to be eventualy.
power girl07

Bending Unit
« Reply #48 on: 01-13-2007 10:24 »

I can't wait for it to come back, but I think it will go straight to DVD.
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