Can't Get Enough Futurama

The Saga Continues

In Cinescape Magazine #58, Matt Groening talks about Futurama from past to present and things to expect. He also talks about a Simpsons Movie. Pick up the new issue for more details. Sales for Cinescape Magazine #58 start tomorrow, Feb. 19th.

Speaking of Cinescape, Cinescape Online interviews executive producer, David X. Cohen, and he comments on the latest rumors of the Futurama cancellation and lays down the skinny and the sad truths. Basically, He says that there is about 20 episodes left to carry us through 2002 and 2003, but if FOX does decide to order more episodes it will be with a new staff. This is what we as fans have to fight. He offers:

So write those letters, Cohen asked. Gail Berman, president of Fox Network. And Sandy Grushow, chairman of Fox Entertainment group. Physical letters are considered more effective than emails.

President Gail Berman, Building 100 Room 4450, 10201 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035

Chairman Sandy Grushow, Building 100 Room 5110, 10201 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035

For more details on click here and here.

Keep the letters respectful. The whole point is to save the existing talents of the show and in turn saving the future of the show. You can express yourself without threats or attacks.

Sign the Petition, Send Letters.

Who am I? Well, basically I have been a fan since before Futurama aired. I used to be one of the webmasters at the former Futurama Outlet. I will be a fan even when FOX cuts off our air supply. Why am I here? Because I Can't Get Enough Futurama. Z;)
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