“Futurama” is back with a new season after a long hiatus and long-time fans are beyond excited to jump back into the animated adventures of Fry, Leela, Bender, and the rest of the delivery crew at Planet Express. If you need a refresher, you'll want to watch these essential episodes before watching the new season. It can feel funny and familiar, but the show can also be emotionally devastating — let’s not talk about that dog episode — and sneakily meaningful. That’s all just to say that it’s a really good show. Keep on reading to find out where to watch the “Futurama” reboot online.
Can I watch ‘Futurama' on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast?
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The Future Is Here, ‘Futurama’ Fans
“Futurama” has finally returned with Season 11 which streams exclusively on Hulu. It's been a long time since the last season ended, but that doesn't mean fans gave up on the show.
The first run of “Futurama” aired on FOX, and then Comedy Central picked it up a few years later. FOX may not have been committed to “Futurama,” but executives there are all in on another show created by Matt Groening. That show, of course, is “The Simpsons.” FOX will ride that show until the wheels fall off, and the network has already renewed it through 2023. No show can stay consistent for more than 30 years(!) of episodes, but there are still pleasures to be found in “The Simpsons.” You can read more about the show in our guide to watching “The Simpsons” without cable.
For edgier animation options than “Futurama” and “The Simpsons,” check out Adult Swim. It’s not all cartoons, but its biggest show, “Rick and Morty” is an animated comedy from Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland. Our How to Watch Adult Swim Without Cable page has everything you need to explore this most off-kilter of channels.