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Futurama Canceled by Comedy Central After Seven Seasons

USMagazine, Monday, April 22, 2013, 11:30am (PDT)

What are Us Weekly's preferred partners buzzing about this Monday? Futurama gets canceled again, Tom Cruise's latest sci-fi action flick scores big at the box office and John Galliano is set to a teach a master class. Check out more stories in the roundup below.

Futurama has been canceled by Comedy Central after seven seasons. The adult animated series was first canceled in 2003 by Fox after four seasons, but was then picked up by Comedy Central in 2009. (Vulture)

Tom Cruise's Oblivion beats the Jackie Robinson biopic 42 at the U.S. box office with $38.2 million. (Celebuzz)

Watch Ryan Gosling in the gruesome new trailer for Only God Forgives. (ET Online)

David Beckham's kids have inherited their skills! See 10-year-old Romeo and 14-year-old Brooklyn play soccer. (The Daily Beast)

Disgraced designer John Galliano is set to teach a master class at Parsons. (Fashionista)

This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Futurama Canceled by Comedy Central After Seven Seasons

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