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Comedy Central Renews 'Futurama' For Two More Seasons

Comedy Central has renewed 'Futurama' for two more seasons.

The network will pick up the animated series for another two seasons of 13 episodes each. That does not include the yet to be aired episodes of Season 6 that will return on June 23.

Comedy Central brought back 'Futurama' from the dead with four direct-to-DVD films, before it began producing its original episodes in 2009, six years after the animated comedy was cancelled by Fox.

The animated series featuring an ensemble voice cast of Billy West, Katey Sagal and John Di Maggio averaged 2.5 million viewers per episode last season.

March 25, 2011 |

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