Monday November 1st can go down in The Orville history books as “Renewal Day” ! Michael Thorn, President of Entertainment at Fox Broadcasting Company shared the good word and I could not be happier. I am so excited to see The Orville get another season because I know it will only continue to grow and exceed my expectations each week. Each and every week has been better than the last and at their mid-season point have really hit a solid stride. There is also a huge community of fans supporting the show each week, loving the genuine conversation that each episode sparks. There is certainly a desire for what The Orville brings to the screen each week, and it’s a niche they’ve perfectly filled.
The Orville offers up both humor and drama with a sci-fi backdrop, setting it apart from most other shows in the same genre and drawing in a new crowd to science fiction. The Orville premiere is Fox’s most watched and highest rated series launch since 2015, with it’s other hit Empire. The Orville continues to gain momentum and fans, landing itself in the top three new dramas of this fall season.
“Once again Seth has struck a powerful chord with viewers. 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 Orville travels in the second! – Michael Thorn
I can’t wait to see what a second season will have in store for The Orville and it’s crew. The show is extremely well done, from the sometimes not so subtle meanings behind each script, to the use of both practical and digital effects, to solid acting and beyond. Overall, The Orville is a well oiled ship and I anticipate only great things to come for the end of season one as well as into the future with season two. Well done to the cast, crew, and production team behind The Orville!
You can catch an all new episode of The Orville tonight 9/8 c on Fox. “Into the Fold” sees Ed and the crew of The Orville on a mission to save Dr. Clare Finn, her two sons, and Issac after their shuttle gets thrown into uncharted space and they crash-land on a moon that is light years away. Be part of The Orville crew, by watching live and tweeting along during the show!
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