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'''23 October, 2013''': "[[Don't Go Taking my Heart!]]" is released.
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'''4 March, 2014''': It is revealed that, instead of in {{May}}, "[[Simpsorama]]" will air in the fall.
  
'''26 September, 2013''': [[Futurama status|It is reported]] that there might be a fifth [[season 5|''Futurama'' film]].
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'''26 February, 2014''': [[The Devil and Professor F.|Issue #70]] of ''[[Comic Listing|Futurama Comics]]'' is released.
  
'''24 September, 2013''': It is announced that [[Futurama: The Complete Series|the new ''Futurama'' collection]] will be released on the same day as [[Volume 8]] — {{date|10 December}}.
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'''1 February, 2014''': ''Futurama'' wins two of the three [[Annie Awards]] that it was [[nominations and awards|nominated]] for &mdash; Best {{TV}} Production and Outstanding Achievement in [[writers and directors|Writing]] in a TV Production, which goes to [[Lewis Morton]]. <!-- Remember to add "2014" section. -->
  
'''19 September, 2013''': The ''[[The Simpsons|Simpsons]]'' crossover episode is recorded. Its title is revealed to be "[[Simpsorama]]".
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'''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}}.
  
 
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Revision as of 22:06, 5 April 2014

4 March, 2014: It is revealed that, instead of in May, "Simpsorama" will air in the fall.

26 February, 2014: Issue #70 of Futurama Comics is released.

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.

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