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pip08456 14-05-2022 17:03

Re: The Orville
 

General Maximus 14-05-2022 18:00

Re: The Orville
 
I must admit it does look mighty fab

Paul 14-05-2022 20:42

Re: The Orville
 
I have a SFX print subscription, every six months.

pip08456 26-05-2022 20:09

Re: The Orville
 
Here's 2 interviews with Seth MacFarlaine, one written, one video. The video one is not all about The Orville but includes a clip from the season as well as the trailer. I found it entertaining YMMV.

Written

Video.

Hugh 01-06-2022 22:10

Re: The Orville
 
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Just a reminder for tomorrow

cupcakes aka dd 02-06-2022 01:09

Re: The Orville
 
Love this production

pip08456 13-07-2022 11:45

Re: The Orville
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by General Maximus (Post 36119261)

Seth seems to think differently. Third season contract release is the norm.

Quote:

THR: I know the process of getting to a fourth season is complicated, as the actorsí contracts are up after this season. But given that there continue to be various topics to tackle with a show like this, including the recent Roe v. Wade decision, do you find yourself hoping for another season?

MacFarlane: I would love it. I know the entire cast is hoping for it. Itís a big question mark for a lot of reasons. Itís not an inexpensive show to produce. It requires an ambitious budget. But the flip side of that is, itís no more ambitious than half the other streaming shows on television. It really is going to depend on audience response, on whether the show gets discovered. I still think there are a lot of people who just donít know that weíre out there and donít really quite know what we are. And when people sit down and watch the show, theyíre almost always surprised, and it almost always upends their expectations. Probably because itís me (laughs), probably because most of what Iíve done in the past has been very different, but itís dependent on audience response. At the end of the day, itís a business. Itís dependent on whether weíre worth something to Disney and to the platform that weíre on.
Here's a sneak peek at episode 7.


Paul 21-07-2022 23:37

Re: The Orville
 
TBH, I'm not sure how much I would really miss it.

Season 3 has been somewhat disappointing recently.

The first 3 episodes were good, but since then its gone off the boil, and into boring woke mode for several episodes.

I've ended up skip watching multiple episodes since Episode 3.
Episode 6 [the time travel episode] was the main exception, that was pretty good.


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