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29 May, 2013: "Tartar House Five" is released.
22 April, 2013: It is announced that Futurama has not been renewed for an eighth season on Comedy Central, bringing the show to an end for a second time.
12 April, 2013: In an interview with writer Patric Verrone on HuffPost Live, it is revealed that broadcast season 10 will begin airing on 19 June, 2013, and a preview clip for the first episode, "Forty Percent Leadbelly", is released.
24 March, 2013: "The Board Game Games" is released.
5 March, 2013: It is announced that broadcast season 8 will begin airing in the UK on Sky1 from 7:30pm to 8:30pm on 29 March.
11 December, 2012: Volume 7 is released.
15 September, 2012: Futurama wins the Emmy for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance at the 64th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, awarded to Maurice LaMarche for his performances in "The Silence of the Clamps".
22 August, 2012: Episode "Viva Mars Vegas" airs on Comedy Central.
15 August, 2012: Episode "Near-Death Wish" airs on Comedy Central.
28 June, 2012: For the fourth time, MSN TV update their Futurama episode guide - revealing the air dates of "The Butterjunk Effect" and "Free Will Hunting" and revealing the plot of the latter episode.
27 June, 2012: Episode "Decision 3012" airs on Comedy Central.
25 April, 2012: MSN TV have updated their Futurama episode guide - revealing that Season 7 will premiere on 20 June with two back-to-back episodes, "The Bots and the Bees" and "A Farewell to Arms". The plot of the latter episode is revealed - along with that of a succeeding episode, "Decision 3012".
19 February, 2012: Eric Rogers reveals that, due to time constraints, Season 7 will not feature sponsors.
18 February, 2012: Eric Rogers reveals that 7ACV01 "Probably" is titled "The Bots and the Bees".
14 February, 2012: Aimee Steinberger reveals that the animatic for 7ACV14 is "done" and will be screened "[tomorrow] at the FOX lot".
9 February, 2012: Eric Rogers reveals that "Forty Percent Leadbelly" is "Supergood".
7 February, 2012: The title of 7ACV18 is revealed to be "The Inhuman Torch".
31 January, 2012: Eric Rogers reveals that Futurama has doubled viewership in syndication.
27 January, 2012: Katey Sagal reveals that a recording session is taking place and that, among others, she, Billy West, John DiMaggio and David Herman are present. Eric Rogers reveals that the session concerns an episode of his and that Sagal "kicked ass at the read" and "[knocked] it out of the park at the [session]".
27 January, 2012: Aimee Steinberger reveals that the first full-color animation for 7ACV01 was screened on the Fox lot, that it received "lots of yays", that she could not go due to her work on "7ACV14", that she watched it nonetheless and that she found it "lovely".
26 January, 2012: Eric Rogers reveals that the production team just saw the first full-color animation for 7ACV01, calling it, "Un. Be. Lievable."
17 January, 2012: Eric Rogers reveals that he is the author of 7ACV17 and that "7ACV18" is being written.
30 December, 2011: "Naturama" and "Fun on a Bun" are revealed to be episode titles for Season 7 by the US Copyright Catalog.
21 December, 2011: Volume 6 is released on DVD in Region 4.
15 December, 2011: "31st Century Fox" and "Near-Death Wish" are revealed to be episode titles for Season 7 by the US Copyright Catalog.
4 December, 2011: "Viva Mars Vegas" is revealed to be an episode title for Season 7 by the US Copyright Catalog.
5 December, 2011: Josh Weinstein is nominated for Writing in a Television Production for "All the Presidents' Heads", and Paul D. Calder for Editing in a Television Production, at the 39th Annie Awards.
16 November, 2011: After leaving the screening of the animatic for "7ACV08", assistant director Aimee Steinberger says, "Everyone liked it!" Eric Rogers reveals that he is the author of "7ACV05" and, after watching the animatic for 7ACV08, that the episode "might be [the best episode of the ninth broadcast season]", calling it "EPIC".
15 November, 2011: Aimee Steinberger reveals that "[the production team is] done with [7ACV08]", calling it "[her] most time intensive grueling ep ever", and that the animatic will be screened "on the FOX lot tomorrow".
8 November, 2011: Eric Rogers reveals that this is the day of the table read of 7ACV13, that the episode has been co-written by him and that the episode will air August 2012, also saying, "Different kind of story this time, but funny as ever!"
26 October, 2011: Eric Rogers reveals that one of his episodes for broadcast season 9 will contain a musical performance and confirms that he will be writing two episodes for that season.
19 October, 2011: "The Six Million Dollar Mon" is revealed to be an episode title for Season 7 by the US Copyright Catalogue.
28 September, 2011: "The Butterjunk Effect" is revealed to be an episode title for Season 7 by the US Copyright Catalogue.
25 September, 2011: "Blue Munda", "Decision 3012" and "The Thief of Baghead" are revealed to be episode titles for Season 7 by the US Copyright Catalogue.
1 September, 2011: Episode "Overclockwise" airs on Comedy Central.
25 August, 2011: Episode "Cold Warriors" airs on Comedy Central.
18 August, 2011: Episode "The Tip of the Zoidberg" airs on Comedy Central.
11 August, 2011: Episode "Fry Am the Egg Man" airs on Comedy Central.
4 August, 2011: Episode "Möbius Dick" airs on Comedy Central.
28 July, 2011: Episode "All the Presidents' Heads" airs on Comedy Central.
21 July, 2011: Episode "Yo Leela Leela" airs on Comedy Central.
14 July, 2011: Episode "The Silence of the Clamps" airs on Comedy Central.
30 June, 2011: Episode "Ghost in the Machines" airs on Comedy Central.
23 June, 2011: Episodes "Neutopia" and "Benderama" air on Comedy Central.
4 May, 2011: Countdown to Futurama begins releasing teaser material from broadcast season 8.
27 December, 2010: Season 6 is scheduled to premiere in the UK on Friday, 7 January with two episodes on Sky1 at 8pm. The Australian premiere is also scheduled, with one episode to air on Wednesday, 12 January on Eleven at 8pm.
21 November, 2010: Episode "The Futurama Holiday Spectacular" airs on Comedy Central.
7 October, 2010: DVD and Blu-ray release of Volume 5 is announced for 21 December.
10 May, 2010 (site news): After a couple of months of beating it around the bush, fanhistory.com have finally been merged onto our server, as we are now sharing hosts. Please welcome another member of our family.
17 March, 2010 (site news): During the previous week, especially the weekend, you may have noticed a rather unstable Infosphere website, but the issues should now have been fixed and the server is lot more stable now. We apologise for the inconvenience and annoyances it may have caused. Don't be shy to report problems with the website, however.
15 January, 2010: David X. Cohen revealed to Can't Get Enough Futurama what episodes 6ACV12 and "6ACV13" will contain. 6ACV12, being the hundredth episode, might be the season finale and 6ACV13 is going to be an AoI-style episode focusing on seasonal stories.
4 January, 2010: Another collection of Futurama comics has been announced, in this case it's The Simpsons Futurama Crossover Crisis and will be available on the 14th of April.
3 December, 2009 (site news): We have upgraded our Main Page to reflect that the Infosphere is now dealing with an active TV show. We hope you welcome the new changes.
31 July, 2009: The recasting ploy is nearing its end as Katey Sagal, Maurice LaMarche, Tress MacNeille, Billy West and John DiMaggio have sealed the contract with 20th Century Fox Television to return for the second run. Supporting cast, like Lauren Tom, Phil LaMarr and David Herman are still to be settled.
20 April, 2009 (site news): Our donation campaign for keeping the project has been launched, where we hope to raise 500 EUR. We encourage our visitors to help.
14 March, 2009 (site news): Today, we have finally launched our new design. This may pose some oddities at first, but any reports of strange appearances should reported to our Conference Table.
4 March, 2009: Today Into the Wild Green Yonder was released in region 4 (Australia).
24 February, 2009: Today Into the Wild Green Yonder was released in region 1 (North America).
23 February, 2009: Today Into the Wild Green Yonder was released in region 2 (Europe).
10 December, 2008: Today Bender's Game was released in region 4 (Australia).
5 December, 2008: Screenjabber is first with a review. Beware of spoilers.
29 November, 2008: 4 March, 2009 is confirmed to be the Australian release date for Into the Wild Green Yonder, a little over a week after the North American and European releases.
4 November, 2008: Today Bender's Game was released in region 1 (North America).
3 November, 2008: Today Bender's Game was released in region 2 (Europe).
27 September, 2008: 19 October, 2008 is the date that the next batch of episodes, cut from The Beast with a Billion Backs, airs on Comedy Central in the USA.
6 August, 2008: The Beast with a Billion Backs was released for region 4.
26 July, 2008: Release dates for Bender's Game have been revealed as 4 November in region 1 and 10 December in region 4.
30 June, 2008: The Beast with a Billion Backs was released for region 2.
24 June, 2008: The Beast with a Billion Backs was released for region 1.
19 June, 2008: Australian broadcaster Network Ten has begun airing the episodes of Bender's Big Score, one each Thursday.
13 May, 2008: We now know the Australian release date for The Beast with a Billion Backs is the 6th of August, this is only around a month behind the late June releases in the US and Europe.
7 April, 2008: Good news for our European fans. Today, Bender's Big Score has been released in Region 2. Additionally, we have confirmation about the release dates of Bender's Game and Into the Wild Green Yonder in Europe.
5 March, 2008: Bender's Big Score is released on DVD in region 4.
28 February, 2008 (site news): We have just moved to our new domain (theinfosphere.org)! Prepare to change your bookmarks.
27 November, 2007: The new movie Bender's Big Score is released on DVD in region 1
3 July, 2007 (site news): The Wiki software has finally been updated. Please report any database errors you might come across. We should now have some fancy new features (probably not noticeable to casual users, though), so enjoy.
9 March, 2007: Another Groening interview has been posted by iF Magazine
12 December, 2006: ToyFare Magazine has released an interview with David X. Cohen on their website. In the interview, Cohen talks about some of the content and context of the new season, beware of possible spoilers.
22 June, 2006: American cable television network Comedy Central has picked up the rights to air Futurama, in both old and new episodes. A new season of 13 episodes, with the original voice actors, will air in 2008.