David X. Cohen

Exclusive Interview: The future of FUTURAMA according to David X. Cohen – Part 2

FUTURAMA - Season 6A - "Rebirth" | Futurama TM and ©2010 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. All Rights Reserved

With the animated series FUTURAMA cementing its summer foothold on Comedy Central (airing Thursday nights), the series looks like it’s going to be a regular mainstay on the network’s schedule for the next couple of years at least. David X. Cohen, who developed the series with creator Matt Groening and also serves as executive producer spoke with ASSIGNMENT X about what to expect from the future of FUTURAMA as he starts the writing process for the forthcoming Seasons 7A and 7B (set to air in 2012 and 2013 respectively). Here’s what he had to say … ASSIGNMENT X: So now […]Read On »


TV Review: FUTURAMA – Season 6B – “Ghost in the Machines”

Bender from FUTURAMA | Futurama TM and ©2011 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. All Rights Reserved

Voices: Billy West, Katey Sagal, John Di Maggio, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche Writer: Patrick M. Verrone Director:  Ray Claffey Network: Comedy Central, airs Thursdays Original Telecast:  June 30, 2011 After last week’s exceptional “Benderama” episode of FUTURAMA which featured none other than Bender becoming a super-being, this week finds Bender committing suicide (or was he murdered) and ends up a ghost that haunts the machines at Planet Express in order to murder Fry. It all starts when Fry saves the life of a human over a robot during a parade mishap. Fry believes human life is more precious than robot […]Read On »


Exclusive Interview: David X. Cohen of FUTURAMA gives the scoop on Season 6B – Part 1

FUTURAMA executive producer David X. Cohen 2.0.1 | Futurama TM and ©2011 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. All Rights Reserved

Sometimes it takes time for something so great to get the respect it deserves. Case in point: FUTURAMA. The animated series created by THE SIMPSONS Matt Groening and developed by Groening and David X. Cohen aired on the Fox network from 1999 to 2003, but was bounced around so much on their schedule, it never fully became a cultural phenomenon until the episodes started appearing on DVD. That success led to four direct-to-DVD movies, and Comedy Central resurrected the series for 26 new episodes after that. The first batch aired last summer and this year we get the other 13 […]Read On »

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