Everything About Futurama
Anyone who begins to engage in a bit of the Futurama television series or science fiction series
What particularly fascinates me are the many details that make up a television series that you would never think about as a normal viewer. Did you know, for example, that two complete languages were developed for Futurama? In order to represent the extraterrestrial writing as lifelike as possible, alphabets were invented that make the background images, often interpreted as hieroglyphics, or graffiti translatable for experts. Each symbol has its equivalent in the alphabet and if you have the key, you can translate the extraterrestrial messages into English. In the opening sequence of the series you see, for example, a billboard with extraterrestrial font which translates as “Delicious people burger” praises. Just incredible how many details in a TV series have to be considered. Funny is also that in the 31. French is considered a dead language, for French television this has been changed, where German is the extinct language. The more one deals with the series, the more anecdotes and little interesting information can be discovered. I will keep you up to date.