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Futurama season 11 starts on July 24th, with half the episodes promised

An image of the Planet Express ship sitting in front of Hulu’s offices, with a sign saying “Monthly office space $1299,” and below: “($699 with commercials).”
Futurama will be back on July 24th. | Image: Hulu

Sweet mama, it’s Futurama! Hulu finally announced it: Futurama will return for its 11th season on July 24th, 2023, giving us the chance to check back in with Bender, Fry, Leela, and the rest of the Planet Express crew.

Unfortunately, we won’t get the original 20 episodes we were promised when the season was announced in February last year. Hulu didn’t say why that is, but we can speculate. The ongoing Writers Guild of America strike is a possibility, and we’ve asked Hulu about that; we’ll update if we receive an answer.

Anyway, here’s a teaser:

The new Futurama series will be available for streaming every Monday over its 10-episode run, and Hulu says it’ll hit series tropes like Fry and Leela’s romance, Nibbler’s litter box, and the…

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