Created by and starring Seth MacFarlane. If you were a Star Trek fan, you should love The Orville. Smart, humorous and dramatic, The Orville is very entertaining.
If you haven’t started watching The Orville yet, you will need to catch up using Fox On Demand through your TV cable carrier or through the Fox Now free app. At the same time, begin recording the show to your DVR when it airs on Thursday nights at 9pm/8central. You can also access The Orville through a paid HULU subscription. There are two episodes left in Season One (the first airing November 30th) for a total of 12 hour long episodes in the first season. Each episode is a complete story on its own but I recommend watching them in order. Charlize Theron guest stars in one of the episodes and you will notice other familiar faces.
Not unsurprisingly, FOX renewed The Orville for a second TV season on November 2nd.
Seth MacFarlane, The Orville writers, alien creators and costume designer respond to interview questions during Talks at Google published November 17, 2017.
Seth MacFarlane (Show Creator, Writer, Executive Producer and Star)
Liz Heldens (Executive Producer, Writer)
David A Goodman (Executive Producer)
Brannon Braga (Executive Producer)
Howard Berger (Make-Up/Prosthetics)
Joseph Porro (Wardrobe/Costumes)
Seth says that being able to work with models and not just CGI is part of the reason he is in love with The Orville.
He also appreciates being able to do a one hour show which allows for a complete story arc and giving depth to the characters.
When you become a big fan, you may wish to sing along with the opening theme song:
Some of the cast tweets live when the episodes are first broadcast. #TheOrville
Follow the show on Twitter @TheOrville, Facebook.com/TheOrville, Instagram: @TheOrville.
You can see that Twitter likes The Orville, because they give them an icon when you type #TheOrville.
Lt. Commander Bortus (Peter Macon) and Klyden (Chad Coleman) are Moclans from the planet Mocas. They are a single gender race that reproduce by laying an egg that is incubated for 21 days. They can eat anything.
How J Lee went from receptionist on The Family Man to his role as navigator on The Orville.
Screen grabs above are from Episode 9.
The Orville is so good that is it the official streaming show of Computer and Technology Radio hosted by Marsha Collier and Marc Cohen on Saturdays at noon PST and discussed on Twitter on the hashtag #TechRadio. Details on how to listen here.
Ray Gordon prepared this tribute:
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