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A Brand New FUTURAMA Episode is Coming to The Nerdist Podcast!

A Brand New FUTURAMA Episode is Coming to The Nerdist Podcast!

Good news, everyone! If you, like so many of us, spend every waking hour of every day wishing that Futurama was still on TV, you’re in luck: the cast and creators of Futurama have joined forces with TinyCo, a Jam City company, and Chris Hardwick to bring you a brand new episode of the show! Yes, you read that right. Next week on September 14th, we will debut a new radioplay episode of Futurama on The Nerdist Podcast in its entirety. You can also unlock bonus content in advance in Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow. For more details, check out the countdown page at FuturamaNow.com!

Since Bessie, the Planet Express ship, took its (seemingly) final voyage when the series was tragically canceled (again) in 2013, we have been dying to find out what happens to our favorite space travelers. Luckily, we have Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow to whet our appetites for more galactic hijinks. The new mobile game from TinyCo takes players across the universe in search of ancient alien artifacts to restore the fabric of spacetime after it is transformed by the one and only Hypnotoad. But this game is not just another tie-in mobile game; it’s also a fully-produced, brand new adventure written by Matt Groening, David X. Cohen, and the Futurama writers!

But that’s not all… You can actually see exclusive content from the new episode in the game. All you have to do is download Worlds of Tomorrow to choose your own adventure with Fry and the gang and unlock in-game sneak peeks at the new story. Woop woop, indeed. For more details on how to access the new bonus content, head over to FuturamaNow.com.

Stay tuned for the Futurama reunion (and even MORE jaw-dropping surprises) on the Nerdist Podcast on Thursday, September 14th, and let us know in the comments below what you think will happen in the new episode!

Images: TinyCo

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