Here's Where You Can Stream Or Buy Every Season Of Futurama

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(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, "Hey, where can I watch this thing?" In this edition: the space-aged animated favorite from Matthew Groening, "Futurama.")

Good news, everyone! If you're a fan of "Futurama" I have come bearing gifts. Adult animation is the quickest way to get my brain producing serotonin, and Matt Groening's sci-fi sitcom "Futurama" is one of the first loves of my life. Philip J. Fry (Billy West) is a slacker who accidentally gets himself cryogenically frozen at midnight on January 1, 2000. He awakens nearly 1,000 years in the future, and is fortunately taken in by his long-distant nephew, Professor Farnsworth, who owns a cargo delivery service. Now, Fry is back to his roots as a delivery driver, but working alongside one-eyed Captain Turanga Leela (Katey Sagal), Hermes Conrad the accountant (Phil LaMarr), Amy Wong the intern (Lauren Tom), the Decapodian Dr. Zoidberg (Billy West), and the foul-mouthed robot Bender Bending Rodriguez (John DiMaggio)

The series ran for four seasons on Fox before its first cancelation, but after Adult Swim began running the show in syndication, the show gained a massive fanbase and inspired Comedy Central to renew the series for an additional three seasons. The show has gone on to spark four different movies, a bevy of pop culture merchandise, and even a mobile game, truly solidifying its rightful place as one of the great adult animated series in history. If you're looking to hop aboard the Planet Express and revisit "Futurama," here's where you can stream or buy every season.

Where You Can Stream Futurama

In case you didn't do a giant binge-watch of the entire series when lockdown started like I did, you may not know that the only place to catch every season of "Futurama" on streaming is Hulu. It's odd considering Disney+ is streaming "The Simpsons," but "Futurama" is a bit more adult than the former, so Hulu is likely going to remain the show's home for quite some time. "The Simpsons" going to Disney+ was a major selling point for the streaming service to attract non-Disney fans, but they seem to be happy keeping "Futurama" on Hulu. If you don't have a Hulu account but still have cable access, Spectrum has a variety of seasons available, but the availability fluctuates from month to month. Additionally, Adult Swim's streaming app currently has the first season ready for streaming, while Comedy Central has season 3. Both Adult Swim and Comedy Central's streaming availability fluctuate, so depending on when you're reading this article, it may have changed.

Where You Can Buy Futurama

Individual episodes of "Futurama" are available at all the usual haunts (Amazon Prime, Google Play, Vudu, YouTube, etc.) for $1.99 per episode or $9.99 if you want to watch it in HD. Season packages average somewhere around $4.99-$7.99 for a streaming purchase, which is honestly a pretty good deal considering the seasons average about 20 episodes each. The best deal of all, however, is to invest in physical media. Blu-rays of individual seasons are a bit harder to come by and have been price gouged to hell and back, but there's a complete box set of every season of "Futurama" for under $80. As of publication, there is not a complete Blu-ray box set available anywhere, but it's only a matter of time until we get one, hopefully including the "Futurama" movies as well. When that finally does happen, you know the drill — shut up and take my money.