Hulu has a bit of “good news” for Futurama fans. The streaming provider today that Bender and the gang (yes, John DiMaggio will be reprising his role as Bender) will return for season eight on July 24th. After in early 2022, DiMaggio said in that he would not be returning to the show after a pay disagreement with Disney and Hulu, though he quickly changed course. Series creator Matt Groening and producer David X. Cohen are returning to lead Futurama once again.
As reported by , the eighth season will consist of two parts, with an initial run of 10 episodes. The new season airs on Mondays, on a weekly basis on Hulu. Notably, this is the second time (or fourth time, depending on who’s asking) the show has been brought back, and the first time the show will be . Hulu did not announce an air date for part two, which will include an additional 10 episodes.
Futurama originally debuted in 1999, with the first four seasons airing on Fox. The show then had a new home on Comedy Central, which aired seasons six and seven, which ended in 2013. The so-called “fifth season”, which was also under Comedy Central, was a series of four movies that were eventually split into short-length episodes. Now, after being canceled and renewed several times by several cable networks, the next season lives on in the streaming world nearly 10 years after the last season had aired.
This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://www.engadget.com/futurama-returns-july-24th-as-a-hulu-original-after-a-10-year-hiatus-203316031.html?src=rss
This week’s free offering on the Epic Games Store is the Kojima Productions title Death Stranding.
Previously free as a 2022 Christmas present on the store, instead of 24 hours, you have an entire week to claim the game. Just do it by May 25.
This is the standard version of the game, and your copy will come with selections from The Art of Death Stranding digital book by Titan, the Chiral Gold Omnireflector Lundens Mask sunglasses, gold, and silver Power Skeleton, the gold and silver All-Terrain Skeleton, and a gold and silver Armor Plate.
As you know, Microsoft and Nvidia are collaborating to bring Xbox titles to the card maker’s GeForce Now game streaming service, and the first title as part of the 10-year deal arrives today.
The first of these titles is Gears 5, and it is available to stream across multiple devices using the GeForce Now servers.
You can stream Xbox PC titles purchased through Steam on PCs, macOS devices, Chromebooks, smartphones, and other devices.
The Electronic Wireless Show is not bound by your mortal rules, which is why even though this is a PC gaming podcast we’re going to talk about Zelda, dammit all, because everyone else gets to talk about Tears Of The Kingdom and we’re just as cool as them. We (attempt to) talk about our favourite Zelda games of the past, our favourite Zelda-likes on PC, and I explain how Tears Of The Kingdom works to Nate and James. Honestly though, we don’t make it very far, because it turns out the lads haven’t ever played a Zelda game before. At least, Nate might have. We’re not entirely sure.
We do also talk about what we’ve been playing this week as well – which include some old favourites, some new secrets, and Gaben’s tiny hands – and give some great new recommendations. Nate also delivers a very involved mini-game involving beans and aliens, and James doesn’t talk about the Asus ROG Ally.