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Futurama will have two more seasons on Disney Plus

Matt Groening's series has two new opportunities to shine

Futurama will have two more seasons on Disney Plus
Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

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Futurama is one of the most acclaimed animated series in history, and for many, it is the best series by Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons and Disenchantment. This prestige is well-deserved; the humor of the creator of Homer and Bart comes to life with its iconic characters and its histrionic future. That’s why when Disney Plus acquired the license, it didn’t let go and renewed it for a new season.

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But Disney Plus’s commitment to Futurama doesn’t stop there; it goes further. The streaming platform has just renewed the series for two more seasons at once, which are expected to be available starting in 2024. This way, the series will reach seasons 12 and 13 very soon.

Futurama returns… again.

In the previous season, we saw significant developments compared to the earlier seasons, and it’s clear that Disney Plus made the most of it. In fact, its description read as follows:

“After a brief 10-year hiatus, Futurama has triumphantly emerged from the cryogenic tube with its original cast and satirical spirit intact. The ten all-new episodes of the eleventh season have something for everyone. New viewers can pick up the series from here, while lifelong fans will recognize mysteries decades in the making.

Among these are developments in the epic love story of Fry and Leela, the mysterious contents of Nibbler’s litter box, the secret history of the evil Robot Santa, and the whereabouts of Kif and Amy’s tadpoles. Meanwhile, a completely new pandemic hits the city as the crew explores the future of vaccines, Bitcoin, cancel culture, and television streaming.

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Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

Cultural journalist specialized in film, series, comics, video games, and everything your parents tried to keep you away from during your childhood. Also an aspiring film director, screenwriter, and professional troublemaker.

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