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Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by Francois Caron, May 11, 2019.
This makes me VERY happy! One of the best hour long shows on tv at the moment.
I read in one of the trades that it would likely be on at midseason again. We'll find out next week.
Midseason would be fine by me. It would give the production team enough time to get the show done right for next year instead of rushing to get it out in the fall.
Will we get a musical episode this year? It's been a popular request.
Also, I would love to see an Orville Lite episode with Alara investigating a crime on her home planet, possibly getting help from Isaac in tracking down a potential Kaylon spy.
Can anyone in the cast sing other than Seth McFarlane?
Yes! To the renewal, not the singing. I just read that good news today.
Scott Grimes has like three full albums and literally sang on an episode in season 2.
Scott Grimes actually sang twice. Peter Macon almost sang once!
For those who can't sing, there's always Auto-Tune.
And, with their purchase of Fox, the series is now owned by Disney whose teen "vocalists" are seemingly more famous for using that device than actually being able to sing...
Happy to hear that this has been renewed. I didn't post a lot in the season two thread, but I though the show really upped its game during the last handful of episodes, starting with the 'time capsule' episode.
Just watched the season two finale today and remarked that i would’ve been ok with it being a series finale. That said I’m happy it’s coming back. I thought this season improved on the first season when taking the whole into consideration.
Do you all remember the fan-based project called Stage 9 which featured a fully navigable model of the interior of the USS Enterprise D until CBS and Paramount issued a Cease-And-Desist letter?
The group has a new project.
Wow I had no idea:
Some news from SDCC: The Orville is moving from Fox to Hulu as an "original" series. The third season is scheduled to air on Hulu late 2020.
Not exactly the news I wanted to hear, especially since I was watching the show in Canada on CityTV with a TV antenna. I don't know if CityTV or any other Canadian channel will have the rights to broadcast the show, or if it'll be available only on a Canadian streaming service which, to be honest, are all very, very bad!
While this was the case about five years ago, since then the Canadian versions of Netflix and Amazon are arguably better than their US counterparts in many ways.
In any event, The Orville will likely be on Crave (most likely if the season is released all at once--although some shows like The Handmaid's Tale are released one-episode-per-week) or on regular broadcast (likely CityTV).
Netflix and Amazon are American streaming services. I'm talking about Canadian streaming services such as Crave (Bell) and Shomi (Rogers and Shaw, shut down in 2016).
Sure, but Crave has Westworld, Star Trek Discovery, The Handmaid's Tale, Rook, the new season of Veronica Mars, and tons of other new and popular shows (mostly HBO and Starz). I like it.