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Palicki looks gorgeous, Theron in The Orville crikey though Charlize was in that western comedy with Seth.
Not her finest moment the pilot was abysmal
I was just thinking that! :))
Sure, there is humor in this show, but this feels like legit ST in the vein of TNG, thst I used to watch as kid.
I'm going to agree, that this is a better show than the official ST that's coinciding with it.
I care more about the orville characters and there's this joy of adventure in this series. The comedy isn't forced down on you and there are surprisingly some strong themes in it, that I could also see in tng. Also Data could as well replace Isaac on this show and the character wouldn't be much different.
I still enjoy ST:Discovery. But it's not as good as the orville. In my opinion...that is.
I agree totally.
But if people want lack of originality . . . that is what they'll get.
It was great. I was tense throughout the whole episode. Octopussy final act tense.
"Seth MacFarlane’s space adventure series The Orville has been picked up for a second season by Fox. The decision comes seven episodes into The Orville‘s 13-episode first season. Because of the show’s elaborate production and post-production, including visual effects, The Orville had been intended for a limited season, and the early renewal will give it a head start on Season 2 whose exact length is TBD.
“Once again Seth has struck a powerful chord with viewers,” said Fox Entertainment president Michael Thorn. “He has delivered a series full of optimism, drama and his trademark humor. We want to thank him and the rest of the talented cast, as well as the producers and crew, for an incredible first season. We can’t wait to see where The Orvilletravels in the second.”