An animated sci-fi satire from Matt Groeing arrives at Disney +
Some surprises were to be expected in the Disney + catalog with the arrival of Star, but not of this caliber: ‘Futurama’, the unusual science fiction satire by Matt Groening, creator of The Simpsons, lands on the catwalk, In the entire Star’s adult animation section. The adventures of a present-day pizza delivery man who accidentally gets too cold and wakes up in the future as he has to work for an intergalactic ejection agency has earned over the years a well-deserved cult status.
Star featured all of the series’ full seven seasons, including the four classics that aired between 1999 and 2003.The fifth consists of several feature films divided into episodes and the last two films of his revival on Cartoon Network between 2010 and 2013, and very little has been seen. Disney divided it into ten seasons, and they all contain the same episodes to make them lighter, but you should check them with the list of episodes on offer. Regardless of the odd divisions, they are all.
Crazy future scientist
The massive success of “The Simpsons” overshadows “Futurama” in part, but it is not a secondary series. While it lacks the absurd scope and punch in popular culture that decades of uninterrupted broadcasts of the Yellow Family, The catalog of distinguished characters and situations competes with the most popular series of Matt Groening’s series. It’s one of the funniest science fiction comedies in history along with ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,’ which isn’t quite an easy feat.
Get ready for a reunion not only with Frey, but with Leela, Bandar, Professor Farnsworth and Dr. Zuidberg. And with Zap Branigan of course. All episodes come in original, but also with excellent dubbing Into Spanish. If you missed the original DVD cases, which are much appreciated today, you are in luck.
Star: Disney + galore adult content
star Today arrives at Disney + With a promise A great deal of material from the company’s recent purchases, such as the product Fox (Now twentieth century studios). This would allow not only to complete the Marvel premise with ‘X-Men’ or ‘Deadpool’, but to expand the catalog with franchises like ‘Alien’ or ‘The Crystal Jungle’, which were initially out of reach.
The arrival of a new substance leads to an increase in prices: From 6.99 € per month or 69.99 € per year it goes to 8.99 € per month or 89.99 € per year, That customers who are already enjoying the platform will not have to pay at this time. A significant increase in the monthly payment that you may receive their share of the cash accrued from, but that, as we already discussed in the episode “ Clear the X ” we’re dedicating to Disney +, is still a mandatory question if the platform wants to stand in on the earnings for Netflix.
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