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Say Goodbye to FUTURAMA in Person!

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Update: Holy smokes, you guys! That was fast! We already hit our maximum amount of RSVPs, so for now, we are no longer accepting new names on the list. That being said, you can still be part of the fun by tuning in and watching the livestream right here on Nerdist.com! The best part? If you watch the livestream, you don’t have to wear pants. Who likes pants anyway? Certainly not us.

Good news, everyone! Well first, we’ve got some bad news: Futurama is ending very soon. However, that’s no reason to go into a Slurm-induced coma, not when you have the opportunity to help send it off in style. On September 4th, at the YouTube Space Los Angeles, Nerdist will be hosting a viewing party of the very last episode, followed by a Q&A sesh with Chris Hardwick, Futurama creator Matt Groening, head writer David X. Cohen, voice actors extraordinaire Maurice LaMarche (Kif! Morbo! Others!) and Lauren Tom (Amy Wong! Inez Wong!). That’d be enough right there, but by Calculon, there will probably be some other special guests also. Who can say!?!

If you’re a Futurama fan and want to attend this (and why wouldn’t you?), you are in luck. We’re giving away 100 tickets to the show for the low, low price of no dollars and no cents. That’s right, all you have to do is be one of the first hundred people to RSVP and you can go! You don’t even have to invent something awesome like the Fing-Longer or the Smell-O-Scope. If you don’t get one of the tickets, or don’t live anywhere near Los Angeles, but still want to watch the program, no worries either (you people worry too much), because it will be streamed live on the Nerdist Channel. That covers more bases than a game of Blurnsball. So, on September 4th, join us in saying goodbye to the show we’ve all loved since 2999.

Comments

  1. Micki Burleson says:

    I am truly saddened that there will be no more episodes. I feel they are making a huge mistake. There are positively no bad episodes!! You are crazy for not to continue with more FUTURAMA episodes! Wake up people! I want to THANK all of the people who made this show so entertaining. I’ve enjoyed every second.

  2. Chris says:

    So sad to see it go… again… I sincerely hope that it gets picked up by Netflix.

  3. Kristoffer says:

    One of the smartest and most creative cartoons ever goes away again. Thanks for the extra episodes comedy central.

    Will it rise again? I hope so.

  4. s1yfox says:

    WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF TOMORRROOWWWWW

    god I’m gonna miss this show :(

  5. Mat Ma says:

    good times

  6. Well that’s sad. It a mixed blessing for me. Futurama was getting a little old but I just can’t help myself and watch it everytime it comes on. I bet they’ll come back every now and a gain with a Futurama movie.

  7. CJ says:

    I’m one of the few who doesn’t think FUTURAMA is over … I believe it can continue (even if its just 7 – 8 episodes a Season) online via Crackle – Hulu – Netflix etc …. or on another basic Cable Channel (what’s Comedy Central’s loss is another Channel’s gain) but I also understand another Season was impossible to negotiate between Fox and Viacom (the voice actors deserve to get paid what they want, because the Studios & Networks are making a profit regardless) !

  8. Craig says:

    Demmit, why am I the opposite side of the country!?! :(

    And Demmit…no more Futurama AGAIN. :( :( :(

  9. Cody says:

    I’m going to be rather upset if any of those rsvps go to waste.

  10. sterlingy says:

    [Oh, I made myself sad.gif]
    I’m so sad this show is ending. I’ve always much preferred it to The Simpsons and the like, and I’ve always felt like it had so much potential and so many stories they could tell. Imaginative characters, places, concepts and objects to create…*sigh* I’m going to miss it a lot. I wish they could have continued with it further.

  11. Alain Williams says:

    Talking-Rama, hosted by Chris Hardwick!

  12. Smailien says:

    I’ma have some manly(?) tears to shed.