The Orville, a tv show review

A tv show review written by: Lee sonogan

43min (2017-) Comedy, drama

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This science fiction, comedy-drama has a lot of depth. Created by and starring Seth MacFarlane, this series is about a mid-level exploratory space vessel in the Planetary Union. A 25th-century interstellar alliance of Earth and many other planets. Modern Star Trek with comedy. Even many people who worked on various Star Trek shows are involved in this show. And so much more. I would even say that this series may be the best work Seth MacFarlane has ever created.

To give you an idea about some of the episodes, some of the ideas include a planet where mob mortality always wins and every action people take is voted on. When they go undercover on an alien Krill ship. When they make official first contact with a planet run by people’s star signs. Isaac, Dr. Finn and her kids crash on a post-apocalyptic world. That spaceship episode with a world inside it. While many episodes are different, there is plenty of continuity between seasons and episodes.

Never watching the original series of Star Trek. I have seen many parodies and adaptations of it. This series not even completely done in its current second season ranks highly among those shows. As I said at the end of the first paragraph of this article, the best of Seth MacFarlane. I do not know how it can be so good and still be rated PG and G in many countries. Then it has Fun and interesting characters. Long developing stories. Original stories. Well timing humour. Great special effect. And philosophical concepts. I recommend this tv show to fans of great sci-fi, and relevent comedy.

Captain Ed Mercer: Alara, you want to open this jar of pickles for me?




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