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Futurama is an American animated science fiction sitcom produced by Matt growing for Fox broadcasting company. The series tells the adventures of Philip J. fry, a pizza delivery boy in New York City in the late 20th century. Philip J. fry found a job with planet express, a planetary express company, after being unconsciously frozen for 1000 years. The next 31 century. The series was conceived by Groening when he produced the Simpsons in the mid-1990s. He later brought David X. Cohen to develop the storyline and characters to sell the show to fox.

In the United States, the show was broadcast in fox from March 28, 1999 to August 10, 2003, after which production ceased. From 2003 to 2007, Futurama also broadcast adult swimming through the cartoon network until the expiration of the network's contract. By 2007, it had produced four more direct video films. The last film was released in early 2009. Comedy Central and 20th Century Fox reached an agreement to combine the existing episodes and broadcast them as a new 16-and-a-half-hour series, forming the fifth season.

In June 2009, 20th century fox, the studio, announced that the comedy central had watched 26 new half-hour episodes of the show, which began airing in 2010 and 2011. The show was renewed for the seventh season, with the first half broadcast in June 2012 and the second episode in mid-2013. It was later revealed that season 7 would be the last, as the comedy Center announced that they would no longer commission any other series. The finale of the series aired on September 4, 2013. Groening said he would try to get another TV station to watch the series, but David X. Cohen said the "at the same time" episode would be the last episode of season 7 and the finale of the series.

Futurama has won praise throughout its operation. The show won 17 Annie awards and 12 Emmy nominations, winning the first seven and six, respectively. It has also been nominated for four American writers' Association Awards, two of which have been nominated for godbellas and Benda's prisoner, for the nebula award, and for the Environmental Media Award for "the problems of poppers." And "Futurama holiday wonder.". [10] Futurist related products have also been released, including matching comic books, video games, calendars, clothes and figurines. In 2013, TV guide named Futurama one of the 60 greatest TV cartoons ever.