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Genres : Series | Comedy | Animation

Release Date : Mar 28,1999

Language : English

Total Episodes : 134

Ratings: 7.7 / 10 from 161 users

Futurama is an American adult animated science fiction sitcom created by Matt Groening and developed by Groening and David X. Cohen for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The series follows the adventures of a late-20th-century New York City pizza delivery boy, Philip J. Fry, who, after being unwittingly cryogenically frozen for one thousand years, finds employment at Planet Express, an interplanetary delivery company in the retro-futuristic 31st century.

Latest EpisodeSeason 6 Episode 8 - That Darn Katz! (Aug 05,2010)

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Episode 26 - Meanwhile 17 Links 2013-09-04
Episode 25 - Stench and Stenchibility 19 Links 2013-08-28
Episode 24 - Murder on the Planet... 19 Links 2013-08-21
Episode 23 - Game of Tones 19 Links 2013-08-14
Episode 22 - Leela and the Genestalk 18 Links 2013-08-07
Episode 21 - Assie Come Home 18 Links 2013-07-31
Episode 20 - Calculon 2.0 18 Links 2013-07-24
Episode 19 - Saturday Morning Fun Pit 15 Links 2013-07-17
Episode 18 - The Inhuman Torch 19 Links 2013-07-10
Episode 17 - Forty Percent Leadbelly 19 Links 2013-07-03
Episode 16 - T.: The Terrestrial 19 Links 2013-06-26
Episode 15 - Fry and Leela's Big Fling 19 Links 2013-06-19
Episode 14 - 2-D Blacktop 19 Links 2013-06-19
Episode 13 - Naturama 19 Links 2012-08-29
Episode 12 - 31st Century Fox 19 Links 2012-08-29
Episode 11 - Viva Mars Vegas 18 Links 2012-08-22
Episode 10 - Near-Death Wish 19 Links 2012-08-15
Episode 9 - Free Will Hunting 16 Links 2012-08-08
Episode 8 - Fun on a Bun 17 Links 2012-08-01
Episode 7 - The Six Million Dollar Mon 17 Links 2012-07-25
Episode 6 - The Butterjunk Effect 19 Links 2012-07-18
Episode 5 - Zapp Dingbat 16 Links 2012-07-11
Episode 4 - The Thief of Baghead 17 Links 2012-07-04
Episode 3 - Decision 3012 19 Links 2012-06-27
Episode 2 - A Farewell to Arms 16 Links 2012-06-20
Episode 1 - The Bots and the Bees 19 Links 2012-06-20
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Episode 26 - Reincarnation 15 Links 2011-09-08
Episode 25 - Overclockwise 13 Links 2011-09-01
Episode 24 - Cold Warriors 14 Links 2011-08-25
Episode 23 - The Tip of the Zoidberg 15 Links 2011-08-18
Episode 22 - Fry Am the Egg Man 10 Links 2011-08-11
Episode 21 - Mobius Dick 12 Links 2011-08-04
Episode 20 - All the Presidents' Heads 12 Links 2011-07-28
Episode 19 - Yo Leela Leela 14 Links 2011-07-21
Episode 18 - The Silence of the Clamps 13 Links 2011-07-14
Episode 17 - Law and Oracle 15 Links 2011-07-07
Episode 16 - Ghost in the Machines 13 Links 2011-06-30
Episode 15 - Benderama 11 Links 2011-06-23
Episode 14 - Neutopia 15 Links 2011-06-23
Episode 13 - The Futurama Holiday... 13 Links 2010-11-21
Episode 12 - The Mutants Are Revolting 12 Links 2010-09-02
Episode 11 - Lrrreconcilable... 12 Links 2010-08-26
Episode 10 - The Prisoner of Benda 12 Links 2010-08-19
Episode 9 - A Clockwork Origin 13 Links 2010-08-12
Episode 8 - That Darn Katz! 13 Links 2010-08-05
Episode 7 - The Late Philip J. Fry 11 Links 2010-07-29
Episode 6 - Lethal Inspection 14 Links 2010-07-22
Episode 5 - The Duh-Vinci Code 15 Links 2010-07-15
Episode 4 - Proposition Infinity 14 Links 2010-07-08
Episode 3 - Attack of the Killer App 14 Links 2010-07-01
Episode 2 - In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela 12 Links 2010-06-24
Episode 1 - Rebirth 12 Links 2010-06-24
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Episode 16 - The Devil's Hands Are... 18 Links 2003-08-10
Episode 15 - Bender Should Not Be... 14 Links 2003-08-03
Episode 14 - Obsoletely Fabulous 17 Links 2003-07-27
Episode 13 - Bend Her 16 Links 2003-07-20
Episode 12 - Spanish Fry 18 Links 2003-07-13
Episode 11 - Three Hundred Big Boys 16 Links 2003-06-15
Episode 10 - The Farnsworth Parabox 18 Links 2003-06-08
Episode 9 - The Sting 16 Links 2003-06-01
Episode 8 - The Why of Fry 15 Links 2003-04-06
Episode 7 - Teenage Mutant Leela's... 14 Links 2003-03-30
Episode 6 - Less Than Hero 14 Links 2003-03-02
Episode 5 - Kif Gets Knocked Up A Notch 16 Links 2003-01-12
Episode 4 - A Taste of Freedom 14 Links 2002-12-22
Episode 3 - The Route of All Evil 12 Links 2002-12-08
Episode 2 - Jurassic Bark 15 Links 2002-11-17
Episode 1 - Crimes of the Hot 16 Links 2002-11-10
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Episode 11 - Where No Fan Has Gone... 60 Links 2002-04-21
Episode 10 - The Why of Fry 17 Links 2003-04-06
Episode 9 - Future Stock 18 Links 2002-03-17
Episode 8 - Godfellas 19 Links 2002-03-17
Episode 7 - A Pharaoh to Remember 17 Links 2002-03-10
Episode 6 - Where the Buggalo Roam 16 Links 2002-03-03
Episode 4 - Love and Rocket 16 Links 2002-02-10
Episode 3 - Anthology of Interest II 18 Links 2002-01-06
Episode 2 - Leela's Homeworld 65 Links 2002-02-17
Episode 1 - Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch 18 Links 2003-01-12
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Episode 15 - I Dated a Robot 19 Links 2001-05-13
Episode 14 - Time Keeps On Slippin' 15 Links 2001-05-06
Episode 13 - Bendin' in the Wind 18 Links 2001-04-22
Episode 12 - Insane in the Mainframe 17 Links 2001-04-08
Episode 11 - The Cyber House Rules 16 Links 2001-04-01
Episode 10 - The Luck of the Fryrish 15 Links 2001-03-11
Episode 9 - The Birdbot of Ice-Catraz 17 Links 2001-03-04
Episode 8 - That's Lobstertainment! 18 Links 2001-02-25
Episode 7 - The Day the Earth Stood... 16 Links 2001-02-18
Episode 6 - Bendless Love 16 Links 2001-02-11
Episode 3 - The Cryonic Woman 19 Links 2000-12-03
Episode 2 - Parasites Lost 73 Links 2001-01-21
Episode 1 - Amazon Women in the Mood 61 Links 2001-02-04
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Episode 16 - Anthology of Interest I 102 Links 2000-05-21
Episode 15 - The Problem with Popplers 115 Links 2000-05-07
Episode 14 - Mother's Day 114 Links 2000-05-14
Episode 13 - Bender Gets Made 108 Links 2000-04-30
Episode 12 - Raging Bender 23 Links 2000-02-27
Episode 11 - Lesser of Two Evils 23 Links 2000-02-20
Episode 10 - Put Your Head on My... 23 Links 2000-02-13
Episode 9 - Why Must I Be a... 22 Links 2000-02-06
Episode 8 - Xmas Story 22 Links 1999-12-19
Episode 4 - Fry & the Slurm Factory 24 Links 1999-11-14
Episode 3 - A Head in the Polls 101 Links 1999-12-12
Episode 2 - Brannigan, Begin Again 107 Links 1999-11-28
Episode 1 - I Second That Emotion 109 Links 1999-11-21
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Episode 9 - Hell Is Other Robots 22 Links 1999-05-18
Episode 8 - A Big Piece of Garbage 22 Links 1999-05-11
Episode 7 - My Three Suns 24 Links 1999-05-04
Episode 6 - A Fishful of Dollars 22 Links 1999-04-27
Episode 5 - Fear of a Bot Planet 23 Links 1999-04-20
Episode 4 - Love's Labours Lost in Space 24 Links 1999-04-13
Episode 3 - I, Roommate 22 Links 1999-04-06
Episode 2 - The Series Has Landed 24 Links 1999-04-04
Episode 1 - Space Pilot 3000 22 Links 1999-03-28
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Series Parental Guide

nudity Infrequent minor sexual jokes. A few instances of minor innuendo, but nothing major. Much less sexual humor than many shows out there. [Volume 2] In this series, characters are heard making verbal sexual references. For example, in the episode 'The Problem With Popplers', the crew tries to come up with a name for the food product that they are trying to sell. One of them suggests the name "tasticles", which was put down by another crew who says that it resembles the name of another food product called "testsicles". While the scene is depicted in a non-sexual context, the humor is, nevertheless, built on the premise of sexual undertones. In another example, Fry and his friends take a trip into the digital world and come across billboards that read "Porno", "Sex" and "Naked Ladies Viewed From Space", However, no visuals are depicted. In some episodes, characters are seen kissing and embracing each other, and at times, jumping into bed. In these scenes, sex is only implied as characters do not go beyond kissing and hugging. For example, in the episode 'Mother's Day', an elderly couple is seen kissing before the scene cuts to their clothing strewn across the floor and the two of them lying on the bed completely nude. However, no nudity is depicted as their bodies are strategically covered by their arms and legs. The sexual references present in the episodes are appropriate where sexual activity may be implied, and is infrequent. In some episodes, characters (both male and female) appear to be fully nude but their bodies are obscured by objects or their hands. For example, in the episode 'Cryonic Woman', when Fry unfreezes a man from his cryogenic sleep, he is sent into an examination room where he has to lie nude on a table. During the examination, the man covers his pubic region with his hands. Instances when female characters are fully nude, their breasts and pubic region are obscured by strategically positioned objects. For example, in the episode 'Why Must I Be A Crustacean In Love?', two female characters are seen lying on a sauna bed with their arms positioned across their chest to obscure the view of their breasts. In 'Xmas Story', the professor ends off the episode by wishing everyone Merry Xmas and undressing his bathrobe, showing his buttocks briefly as he walks away towards the background. In another instance, a space captain's buttock is seen as he engages in a conversation. These scenes of nudity are discreet and fleeting side profile nudity, and are depicted in a non-sexual context. [Volume 6] Some sexual references. [Volume Seven] Volume 7 features some sexual references. For example in the serial, in the episode 'The Bots and the Bees', where the viewer sees a female vending machine banging against a male robot and eventually giving birth to a baby robot that resembles the male robot, as well as some verbal sexual references including a scene where some teenage robots watch a sex education video together. In the episode 'Naturama', the viewer sees a scene of a male tortoise climbing on top of a tortoise-shaped rock by mistake, and a scene of the male tortoise climbing on top of a female tortoise before the camera cuts away quickly. The rest of the episode features verbal sexual references as the mating habits of the salmon, tortoise and seal are portrayed in a documentary-like fashion with a touch of irreverent humor. The episode 'Zapp Dingbat' revolves around a female character's mother who dates her ex-boyfriend, with some verbal references to her mother having sex with her ex-boyfriend and a scene of the female character trying to seduce her ex-boyfriend while dressed in sexy lingerie. The episode 'Fun On A Bun' features verbal sexual references to a man about having breakup sex alone, while the episode 'The Thief Of Baghead' features a scene of an actor dressed as a policeman on stage who mourns the death of his partner at work, claiming that he was the best partner "on the beat and in the sack", implying that he is gay. The scenes above clarify that sexual humor is depicted in the serial and sexual innuendos, crude hand gestures and sexual imagery, where featured, are mild and infrequent. [Volume 8] Volume 8 contains episodes featuring some sexual references. One of the stronger episodes includes 'Assie Come Home' which focuses on how Leela (a female mutant Cyclops character) and Fry try to help Bender (a robot) retrieve his "antenna" (or "robot dong") which has been sold off to another robot. Besides verbal sexual references featured in this episode, there is a scene where a man can be seen chained to a rack and whipped by a female robot, while another man can be seen suspended in mid-air and spanked by a robot standing nearby. The scenes above clarify that sexual humor is depicted in the serial and sexual innuendos, crude hand gestures and sexual imagery, where featured, are mild and infrequent.
violence Contains mild animated violence throughout the course of the series. Some characters are shown to be injured or killed, and some engage in hand-to-hand or armed combat. Blood is visible in some instances, however, there is scarcely any emphasis on pain or injury. The final episode contains excessive bloodshed, however, the character ultimately remains unharmed. [Volume 6] Gore. [Volume 8] Volume 8 contains episodes featuring violent scenes. The episode 'Assie Comes Home' features some violence in the form of robots being shot in the foreheads with ray guns, but with no bloodletting visible. Some violence is also featured in other episodes such as 'T.: The Terrestrial' where the viewer sees shots of an alien's arm being shot at, causing it to disintegrate and exposing the cross-section of the injured arm, 'Saturday Morning Fun Pit' which features shots of an ax being thrown against a man chest, a brief close shot of a man being shot in the side of the stomach, and a shot of a woman stabbing a man several times in the stomach with some bloodletting visible. The above clarify that moderate portrayals of violence with some details are depicted in this serial but justified by context. The series also features some disturbing and gory scenes, such as in 'Calculon 2.0', where a man can be seen slitting a mechanical goat in the belly while performing a Satanic ritual (even though he denies that what he is doing is Satanic), and 'Meanwhile' where Leela's hand is bitten off by a giant clam at a dinner table with the severed hand and stump visible, and repeated shots of Fry landing in front of Leela after he jumps off of buildings, with some bloodletting and body parts visible.
profanity Very mild and infrequent, but still occasionally heard. "Bitch" tends to be the worst offender of the lot, and is almost never used. If stronger words like the f-word is used it is completely censored, however it isn't used a lot only very rare moments. In "Silence of the Clamps", the f-word was used 6 times to satirize how filthy mafia films are. Of course it is 100% censored both on cable and DVD. Bender's main catchphrase is "Bite my shiny, metal ass!" Many variations are available such as "Bite my, glorious, golden ass!"
alcohol Bender uses alcoholic beverages as a fuel source; though he primarily consumes beer, he has been shown partaking in a variety of other types of booze. But if he is running low on his "fuel", he will begin to shut down in a way reminiscent to someone going through withdrawal symptoms. Bender also enjoys smoking cigars. Other characters also partake in alcohol and tobacco in their own way, though on fewer occasions. A running gag throughout the series is the addictive influence of the soft drink "Slurm". [Volume Seven] Volume Seven features some drug references. One of the stronger examples include the episode 'The Butterjunk Effect', where the entire plot revolves around two of the female characters, who become addicted to taking a plant-based supplement in order to enhance their athletic performance. (The viewer sees the women swallowing liquid from test tubes, as well as their physical appearance altering and becoming more masculine due to changes in their hormones from the drugs. However, the women are later seen going cold turkey in order to quit the drug as it is affecting their relationship with their partners.) In another episode, 'Free Will Hunting', the viewer sees shots of a robot smoking a cigarette-like object with a bright spark at the end. Although it is claimed that the cigarette isn't a drug, the robot enjoys smoking it and it is implied that he performs sexual services in order to make money to purchase more of such cigarettes. (The viewer sees the robot getting into a limousine under the instigation of another male robot.) As the scenes above are brief and the drug use itself is not condoned (the characters who abuse drugs usually get into trouble because of it), they are only discreet references to illegal drug use, being depicted on the condition that the references do not promote or endorse drug abuse and are justified by context.
frightening 'Futurama' is an animated science fiction comedy about the adventures of Fry, a pizza delivery boy who is accidentally frozen in 1999 and thawed out in the year 2999, and his group of human and robot friends. Though it is essentially impossible to predict what would upset or scare young children, some instances of violence or the science fiction elements that inundate the series could frighten the youngest of viewers. One particular episode ("Jurassic Bark") deals with bereavement in a manner that may upset viewers. [Volume 5] Some mature content. [Volume 8] Some medical gore may upset younger viewers. [see Violence & Gore for more details.]

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