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The Orville

The Orville is American Comedy TV series. Created by Seth MacFarlane. Produced by Fuzzy Door Productions. Stars: Seth MacFarlane, Adrianne Palicki, Penny Johnson Jerald. It premiered on Sep 10, 2017, on Hulu. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.9 *. Winner of the Saturn Award, IFMCA Award. The Orville is filmed in USA.


How Many Seasons Does The Orville Have: 2 (26 episodes)

Season 3


Season 2

Season premieres on December 30, 2018

Finale: April 25, 2019

Hulu, 14 episodes

Season 1

Season premieres on September 10, 2017

Finale: December 7, 2017

Hulu, 12 episodes

The Orville Episodes Online

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The Orville Time

The Orville is on Hulu (United States) Thursdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S2E14 (The Road Not Taken) - Air Date: Apr 25, 2019 (4 months ago)

News & Interviews

Fox Sets 'The Passage', 'The Orville', 'Family Guy' & More For New York Comic Con - according to Deadline

Gosselaar is expected to appear on the panels at the Javits Convention Center and Hammerstein Ballroom along with Amy Acker, Dee Bradley Baker, Coby Bell, Grace Byers, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jamie Chung, Emma Dumont, Scott Grimes, Mike Henry, Penny Johnson Jerald, Rachael MacFarlane, Adrianne Palicki, Vincent Piazza, Saniyya Sidney, Wendy Schaal, Sean Teale, Patrick Warburton Executive Producers: Rich Appel, Justin Cronin David A. Goodman, Liz Heldens, Jeff Loeb, Matt Nix, Alec Sulkin, and Kara Vallow.

The Orville is blasting off at SBS VICELAND - according to Sbs

Creator of Family Guy and American Dad Seth MacFarlane has been a life-long, unabashed Star Trek fan. So much so that, now that he's one of Hollywood's most powerful producers, he convinced Fox to not only let him make a new show in the spirit of Star Trek, but he's also starring in it. 

The Orville season 2: What we know right now - per Metro

Ever since fans of the show Family Guy demanded Fox resurrect the series from cancellation in 2005, it’s safe to say that the show’s creator, Seth MacFarlane, has had a stranglehold over all things comedy on Fox for the past 13 years. With other successful animated series like American Dad and the Family Guy spinoff The Cleveland Show, the network gave MacFarlane carte blanche to do pretty much whatever he liked after proving himself with the wild success of his signature show. That even allowed him to tackle and star in his live-action sci-fi throwback — and Star Trek parody — The Orville. With news that the show has been picked up for another voyage, here is everything we know about The Orville season 2.

SDCC18: 'The Orville' Producers And Cast Promise Bolder, More Confident Sci-Fi In Season 2 - per Trekmovie

Of course, I have no idea why Menosky moved from Discovery to The Orville. However, we (as fans) have to keep in mind that for people working on a show (or movie) the experience of doing it is often more important than the final product. It’s possible that Menosky left Discovery because he didn’t like the creative direction of the show. But it’s also possible that he just wanted to work with his old pals, and that’s the reason he moved to The Orville. Tensions in the writers room and even verbal abuse were cited as reasons for firing the showrunners a few weeks ago. If this had gone on for some time it might have motivated Menosky to seek a more friendly working environment. All speculation, of course. These things are usually not talked about in public, or only many years later.


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