The Orville on Fox


SatelliteGuys Master
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Jul 14, 2005
NW Ohio - Buckeye Country
Back in the day when Babylon 5 moved to TNT for it's last season,I bought a VCII module and got a subscription,just so I could watch B5.
I won't be paying to watch the orrville :mad:
It would cost you a whole lot Less than it did for your upgrade to watch B5 ...


SatelliteGuys Pro
Aug 27, 2015
New York
Way to kill your series. IMO, I think Fox was going to kill the series, and they "allowed" Seth to move it to Hulu.
It's dead. Waiting until December 2020 for a 3rd season, then to add insult to injury, locking it behind a paywall too. People will forget all about it by that time, and only those who already continuously subscribe to Hulu every single month will know about it (I'm not one of them).

You'd have thought Seth would've paid attention to what happened with Discovery and the failing All Access debacle, and saw that the success he had with Orville on an actual broadcast network proved he shouldn't move it to an SVOD-only service like Hulu. Oh well, his loss, and ours too, because the numbers won't be anywhere near as high as what FOX got.

Third season will be the show's last.
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Nov 25, 2003
However, it might be bundling that keeps this show's hopes alive. Disney announces $12.99 bundle for Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+

Same price as Netflix, but includes all the Disney, Marvel, Star Wars Movies and TV Series, in addition to live sports (but not all content?) and all the Hulu offerings. It's enough to push some people over the edge to signing up for more.


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Aug 30, 2008
North Carolina
It's mind boggling how studios screw up star trek. They just had to keep doing weird moclan sex stuff and shoving broken metaphors down our throats. Oh well.

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