THE ORVILLE Season Three...

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  1. Bornin1980something

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    I suppose nearly all actors have done gore at least once. They are a tough lot! Indeed, I have found that Seth McFarlane's old cartoons can be very gory. He is certainly not the kind of person I would have expected it to create an anti-dote like the Orville!

    As for murder shows, I believe Scott Grimes has been in Dexter, and Adrianne Palicki has been a murderer in criminal minds. Mind you, Kelly Grayson is arguably a mass shooter herself, after All The World Is Birthday Cake.

    But, I need to forgive Halston Jean Schrage. It is obvious that she did what was right for her with Prodigal Son. And I am disappointed that the show was cancelled with so much unresolved – and on her birthday! Maybe she will be able to take up Ainsley's story again herself, if she is able to become a producer. And if she wanted to 'go Fury', it's certainly better that she was able to do it as another character.
    Mind you, I have seen a clip of her killing, and she actually did it a bit like Alara, i.e. very quick, and with great hidden strength. Indeed, her victim was actually a serial killer himself. His last words were, "The whole system is mine, I can do anything I want, ARRGH!"
    Thing is, Sage genuinely is stronger than she looks. From now on, it looks like it will be very dangerous to cross anyone played by her!
     
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  2. Foxhot

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    One of its guest stars recently died from a killer scooter or ''sidewalk bike.'' Lisa Banes.
     
  3. Bornin1980something

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    I didn't mean real deaths.
     
  4. Foxhot

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    Just another New York murder.
     
  5. tharpdevenport

    tharpdevenport Admiral Admiral

    Bortus has been holding it in for over two years. It's time to UNLEASH. ;-)
     
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  6. F. King Daniel

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    I've been rewatching seasons one and two recently and I've really enjoyed them as nostalgic comfort watching. But I hope season three carves out more of it's own identity rather than being so "remember 90's Star Trek?"
     
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  7. KennyB

    KennyB I have spoken............ Moderator

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    While going to watch "What If" on Disney + this morning I saw that "The Orville" is now available on that platform as well under new arrivals..........just FYI
     
  8. F. King Daniel

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    Fucksake I just bought the DVD sets:ack:
     
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  9. Bornin1980something

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    What country are you in?
     
  10. KennyB

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    Germany at the moment........I didn't try it with a VPN so it could be a Europe thing.

    EDIT: It may be under the STAR banner which is a whole other hub that some countries don't have.
     

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  11. The Wormhole

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    IIRC, The Orville seasons 1 and 2 have been available on Canadian Disney+ under the Star content since the spring.
     
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  12. Commander Troi

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    Sadly, I don't think we have the Star content here in the US.
     
  13. RandyS

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    Then you have the best deal, so what's your problem?
     
  14. Hartzilla2007

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    Probably becuase most of what's on it falls into currently on Hulu.
     
  15. Farscape One

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    I just checked a few hours ago, and THE ORVILLE is not on Disney+.

    Might be a rights/contract issue within the U.S.
     
  16. KennyB

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    Most likely with Hulu........the rest of the world seems to have the STAR option on Disney since Hulu isn't international.
     
  17. Commander Troi

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    I just checked and The Orville is on Hulu. So are Buffy, Angel, and Firefly, which means not having to pull out my DVDs. :biggrin:
     
  18. Cyrus

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    RIP Norm Mcdonald. Reportedly he had already done done some work on season 3.

    will Yaphit still live on?
     
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  19. JD

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    What kind of stuff do you guys have on Disney+ Star? It sounds like it's pretty much just the stuff that we have on Hulu here in the US.
     
  20. Bornin1980something

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    I don't know exactly, but we do get some. The Orville just arrived in my country this week, though I haven't felt the need to do another rewatch yet.

    In fact, I have mainly been rewatching 9-1-1. Both 9-1-1 shows are on Star, with the exception of the most recent seasons, which have only just finished on Sky TV. I might recommend it to some Orville fans. True, there is more blood, and it can embarrassingly soapy. But many of the emergencies are absolutely hilarious.

    Anyway, I think there are several Hulu originals which don't already have alternative distribution in my country. The first one I tried (believe it or not) was Only Murders In The Building.
     
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