Look, I may be the only person in the world is absolutely jumping up and down about this, but here goes: http://www.smh.com.au/news/tv--radio/off-the-planet/2005/12/10/1134086846734.html Matt Groening has faith in the relaunch of Futurama, writes Michael Idato. Nearly four years after it was cancelled, the popularity of Futurama on DVD could breathe life back into the animated television series. On the subject of a rumoured resurrection, creator Matt Groening, best known for his other animated hit, The Simpsons, says, intriguingly: "You never know." Such a trail was blazed in 2004 by another animated series, Family Guy. Fuelled by DVD sales and high-rating reruns, it spawned a direct-to-DVD film and two seasons of television episodes. The move caught the television industry by surprise, and left several lost properties, including Futurama, ripe with possibility. "Three months ago, I would have said we were going to start tomorrow," says writer David X. Cohen, who collaborated with Groening on Futurama. "And one month ago I would also have said we were going to start tomorrow. So ..." He pauses. "My current estimate is that we're starting tomorrow." ......................... I was so pissed off when Family Guy came back and Futurama didn't. Futurama is my favorite show of all time and it needs to come back! A movie would be great too, but I'd prefer a series.