Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Serveaux, May 11, 2019.
Deadline confirms what other trade sites are reporting: The Orville is renewed for a third year.
Looking forward to seeing where the show will go. I'm hoping for more on Xelaya, more John stories, maybe a Yaphit episode, and maybe Halston Sage coming back for an episode or two.
Well, good news for sure.
It was looking dire there!
Some "Firefly" fans must be looking real pissed about right now.
Not me though, but I am one. I'm more still sour, but this helped.
What a wonderful surprise! Beyond happy. @ tharpdevenport I actually had a long post written up comparing our plight to that of the Browncoats in Firefly. Yet sometimes good guys do win!
You'd better not be lying, Internet!
Bah, the good guys didn't win, the tax payers of CA took another wallop so a show could have a third season. If those tax breaks people always complain about when other companies get them, hadn't happened, there wouldn't be a third season. That break was one Twinkie so big not even Ed and Gordon could split it.
Sure, a new reason to be pissed off, but there's nothing to be done about it now -- show's going on.
Boo-hoo. Industry jobs stay in California rather than going to Toronto. A good reason for a tax break.
Looking forward to a badass third season...I hope.
Praise Kelly and Saint Bortus!
Very happy news. Really hope they expand the universe some more, and focus on some of the other races we haven't seen much of, like the Xelayans, Gelatins, and maybe even whatever Dan is.
Holy shit. Congrats.
Yay, more Unionized jobs that are bankrupting the state, increasing taxes which is de-populating CA at an increasing rate, and pushing out competition by picking one winner over another.
And all this soft tyranny for a TV show!
I really doubt one more show is doing all that damage.
The population of California is growing, bro.
Why did I stumble into a thread talking about tax breaks and unions?
Awesome news to see/hear it being renewed!
Very glad to hear this news!
Not even close.
The population of California is increasing, and we currently have a $28 billion budget surplus.
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