Netflix has announced a new main stream series called “Futurama” that will stream weekly starting next week, but many viewers are concerned that it will violate its rules on content and nudity.
The show will feature guest stars from Futurama, and the streaming service says it has made changes to the content it’s allowed to show.
But it also promises that viewers will be able to watch it with subtitles, as it did with “House of Cards.”
Netflix says the show will begin streaming on October 3 and will include a new “Fusion” episode, which is not part of the new series.
In the episode, Bender and Fry find a “time capsule” containing information about how to get to the future and defeat a “Matrix.”
“FUTURAMA” is a collaboration between Cartoon Network and Adult Swim.
(The show originally aired on Cartoon Network.)
“Futura-T,” a series from Cartoon Network that was also based on the “Futa” comic strip, was also originally allowed to stream, but Cartoon Network said it changed its mind because of the show’s content and the way that Fry and Bender ended up in space.
“Futo-T” was the first of several “Futanari” series on Cartoon and Adult in the last few years, and both networks are planning new series, according to a statement from Netflix.