The Orville

General Discussion

Season 2 premieres December 30, 2018. Until then, feel free to discuss your thoughts or speculation about the upcoming season.

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4 comments on this post

Dave in MN
Fri, Dec 28, 2018, 9:29pm (UTC -5)
Well, it's starting Sunday.

Each episode will have a much higher budget, less random comedy (mostly situational), 8 minutes more airtime per episode and have a slightly larger focus on serious subjects.

It's pretty much sounds like addressing everyone's biggest pet peeves were in the forefront of the producers/ writers minds this season.

I'm anticipating the possibilities!
Sat, Dec 29, 2018, 2:07am (UTC -5)
This season looks fun; I think I’m going to give it a try! Got to stop putting off my season 1 binge-watch though...

Based on the Comic Con trailer it looks like there will be an ep of them making first contact with an alien civilization; that interests me the most!
Sun, Dec 30, 2018, 7:31pm (UTC -5)
Star Trek rip factor 11 on scale of 10
Watching the two navigation fellows act like teenagers when a new female crew member signs on is priceless
New Data voice for robot is frightening see 11 out of 10 Star Trek rip-off factor
Sets and graphics are, admittedly, awesome
Seth being unable to manage any type of male/female interaction is hysterical. Picard interaction with Vache is completely different and Picard is certainly aware of his presence.
The comedy with Bortis is comedy regardless of the show’s attempt to not be comedic. The fact no one in the fleet knows or understands the urination tradition is confusing.
Samantha Bradley
Sun, Dec 30, 2018, 10:14pm (UTC -5)
Well, it's come and gone. All I will say is that it has something to do with the Great Release 😆

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