We’ve said goodbye to “Futurama” before, but this time it 's for real. David X. Cohen, the co-creator, head writer and executive producer of “Futurama” (along with animation god Matt Groening) is sad to see the iconic cartoon go, but...Show More Summary
Every episode of The Simpson’s has a new variation on the couch gag at the beginning. This weekend, Matt Groening‘s crew of animators are taking that gag to J. R. R. Tolkien‘s Middle Earth. What Hobbit characters did The Simpson’s regulars morph into? The Simpson’s has been on the air since 1989. That’s a long […]
“A Star Is Burns” (season 6, episode 18, originally aired 3/5/1995) The first startling thing you notice about “A Star Is Burns” is that Matt Groening’s name has been scrubbed from the opening credits. Not even very well—when we cut to the TV bearing his name along with James L. Show More Summary
“Homie The Clown” (season six, episode 15; originally aired 2/12/1995) In which Homer looks like a fool—and it almost costs him dearly… He couldn’t have known it at the time, but when Matt Groening created Krusty The Clown, he was giving himself and his future Simpsons collaborators a gift that would keep on giving. Show More Summary
Last night was (once again) the final episode of Matt Groening and David X Cohen's Futurama and it couldn't have gone out with a better installment than "Meanwhile." Well, except maybe "The Devil's Hands are Idle Playthings," the original...Show More Summary
Resurrection can only last so long and, so, it's time to say goodbye to Matt Groening's cult classic comedy once more. On Wednesday (Sept. 4), "Futurama" signed off for good (or did it?) with "Meanwhile," an episode centered on Fry finally growing the nerve to propose to Leela.
In 1999, Futurama, the other animated series created by Matt Groening, premièred on the Fox network amid a blaze of hype. But it soon became clear that Fox had no special love for the show and scarcely any understanding of it. By its...Show More Summary
Futurama‘s final episode is coming up soon, and a clip from that episode has hit the internet. Matt Groening’s animated sci-fi comedy has seen a pretty good run, giving us a futuristic spoof on nearly every science fiction show or movie to have appeared, all the while having its own unique and hilarious plot. Show More Summary
Comedian Chris Hardwick Moderates
Some people are great shining examples of selflessness. Like Sam Simon, for instance. Simon, who along with Matt Groening co-created the hugely successful Simpsons franchise, is very ill with terminal colon cancer. So right now when most people (understandably so) would be making end plans, Simon is spending his days deciding which charities will receive [...]Show More Summary
Pretty much everyone who's ever watched "The Simpsons" knows that they sprung mostly-formed out of Matt Groening's head over 20 years ago — but what they may be less familiar with is the name Sam Simon, who co-created the series. Simon...Show More Summary
Matt Groening may be famous for creating The Simpsons but there were plenty of other people involved in the creative process. Sam Simon, for one, was working alongside Groening on the iconic TV series when it all began in 1989. Simon, who is credited alongside Matt Groening and James L. Show More Summary
Futurama made what could be its final trip to Comic-Con last week and, while that in itself made the panel a twice in a lifetime event, Matt Groening also announced that the Planet Express crew would be making a special delivery to Springfield. Show More Summary
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of "The Simpsons," creator Matt Groening and executive producer Al Jean announced a "Futurama" crossover, and revealed Gullermo del Toro's opening for this year's "Treehouse of Horror."
Two days ago, we found out that Homer Simpson and the rest of Springfield will be featured in an episode of "Family Guy." And today, fans of Matt Groening's animated comedies were given some big news: "The Simpsons" will host a different crossover installment, and it involves… "Futurama."
Today Futurama creator Matt Groening celebrated the death of his beloved scifi series with two special treats for fans at Comic-Con. First, the cast of Futurama did a table reading of act one of the series finale, followed by a screening of act two. Then, Groening announced a Futurama/Simpsons crossover. Read more...
"The Simpsons" starts season 25 in the fall. Before that, series creator Matt Groening and executive producer Al Jean are celebrating with fans at Comic-Con and they've brought a new "Treehouse of Horror" intro, directed by Guillermo Del Toro, and a special "Futurama" crossover announcement.
The Simpsons and Futurama have crossed over once before, but only in comic form. Now that Futurama is set to go off the air (again), the creator of both shows, Matt Groening, is finally willing to bring it to the big screen. During the Comic-Con panel for Futurama today Groening hinted at a Simpsons/Futurama crossover in an upcoming episode
This year at SDCC, The Simpsons is celebrating its twenty-fifth season. Twenty-fifth! A quarter of a century! That's insane a and in attendance for the special occasion are creator and legend Matt Groening, executive producer Al Jean, supervising director Mike Anderson and consulting producer David Silverman. Show More Summary
This will apparently be happening for the sake of younger viewers who think they're the same show. But unlike when Fox essentially forced a crossover with The Critic on Matt Groening, this time...