In its sixth season, Futurama will be returning to Comedy Central with a new digital show called “FUTURAMAN.”
The new show will air on the company’s own Comedy Central Network on March 6, and will be hosted by David X. Cohen, who has written for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and is the executive producer of the new show.
Futuramania is set to begin airing at 10 p.m.
ET/PT on March 11.
The new digital project will be available on a variety of platforms including Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One, Roku Player, PlayStation 4, and Windows 10.
The podcast, which will feature guests such as Seth Rogen, Elon Musk, and John Oliver, will also include a special guest, Futuristic Chef and former Food Network star Chef James Beard.
The show will also feature a host of original guests and guests who have hosted in the past, including The Simpsons’ Lisa Simpson, The Office’s Andy Samberg, The Big Bang Theory’s David Anders, and Seth MacFarlane, the creator of Family Guy.
“The first season of ‘Futurology’ was a major success, so it’s only natural that we’re going to be doing more,” Cohen said.
“We’ll also be featuring guests such that are not only known for their writing but also for their comedic skills.
We’ll also have some really great guests that will be joining the team.”
The show has also secured a number of guest stars, including “The Simpsons” star, actor John Lithgow, and Futuromancer and Futurologist John Krasinski.
“Futanarama” will be released by Comedy Central on March 5, and the digital podcast will debut on the network on March 9.
“It’s exciting to be bringing a new comedic style to the Comedy Central channel,” said Cohen.
“As we’ve been doing, I have learned that when people watch TV and get to see the characters interact and interact with each other, they’re more than just actors.
They’re real people.
And that’s the ultimate goal of ‘The Futuramerican’.”