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'''1 February, 2014''': ''Futurama'' wins two of the three [[Annie Awards]] it was nominated for, including Best TV Production and Outstanding Achievement in Writing; which went to [[Lewis Morton]].
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'''1 February, 2014''': ''Futurama'' wins two of the three [[Annie Awards]] that it was nominated for — Best {{TV}} Production and Outstanding Achievement in Writing in a TV Production, which goes to [[Lewis Morton]].
  
 
'''17 December, 2013''': [[David X. Cohen]] gives [http://www.nerdist.com/2013/12/david-x-cohen-reflects-on-the-end-of-futurama/ an interview] to {{w|Nerdist Industries|Nerdist.com}}.
 
'''17 December, 2013''': [[David X. Cohen]] gives [http://www.nerdist.com/2013/12/david-x-cohen-reflects-on-the-end-of-futurama/ an interview] to {{w|Nerdist Industries|Nerdist.com}}.

Revision as of 21:32, 2 February 2014

1 February, 2014: Futurama wins two of the three Annie Awards that it was nominated for — Best TV Production and Outstanding Achievement in Writing in a TV Production, which goes to Lewis Morton.

17 December, 2013: David X. Cohen gives an interview to Nerdist.com.

10 December, 2013: Volume 8 and the new Futurama collection are released.

5 December, 2013: Futurama, writer Lewis Morton, and editor Paul D. Calder are nominated for the 41st Annie Awards and "Saturday Morning Fun Pit", "Game of Tones", and "Murder on the Planet Express" are nominated for the 2014 Writers Guild of America Awards.

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