Monday, August 14, 2017

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON 'THE ORVILLE' NEW SF COMEDY SERIES WITH SETH MACFARLANE! CHARLIZE THERON TO GUEST STAR!

 'THE ORVILLE'
NEW SF COMEDY SERIES
I'm sure that you, just like your trustworthy spy, are among those that found themselves appalled after seeing the trailer for CBS's new Star
The series will premiere September 10 and 17th
Trek: Discovery television series, which disappointed so many trekkies around the globe with its almost offensive offer of non stop explosions, violence and fire, not to mention the randomly chosen cast. Star Trek is all about science, psychology, anthropology, other cultures not about beating some aliens up, so the new Star Trek series, which is heading towards becoming a major flop, seemed like a betrayal for most of the fans and I've noticed hordes of them saying they're more excited about Fox's THE ORVILLE than about the new adventures of Star Fleet ships. If I tell you THE ORVILLE is a comedy, you will understand the level of their
Seth MacFarlane is the captain of the ship
disappointment even more. Seth MacFarlane, the lead star and the creator of THE ORVILLE said that much himself saying that his series
Adrianne Palicki as Kelly Grayson
occupies the space Star Trek left behind en route to dystopia, opting for hopeful optimism of sf instead of the currently modern Star Trek grimness.

TO BOLDLY GO WHERE NO COMEDY HAS GONE BEFORE
Set four centuries from now, The Orville follows the obviously Star Trek and Galaxy Quest inspired adventures in the final frontier of the
Seth Grimes as Gordon
middling USS Orville. Its human and alien crew tackles the battles and politics of speed of light galactic travel and the workplace dramas that
Penny Johnson Jerald as Dr Claire Finn
never change, no matter what century it is, travelling on the not-so-top-of-the-line exploratory ship in Earth’s interstellar fleet. Facing
Mark Jackson as Isaac
cosmic challenges from without and within, this motley crew of space explorers will boldly go where no comedic drama has gone before.

CHARLIZE THERON GUEST STAR
New sf comedy will launch it's two premiere episodes on Sunday evenings September 10 and 17th and will then move on to Thursday
Peter Macon as Bortus
nights from September 21st! Beside Seth MacFarlane the cast also includes Adrianne Palicki, Scott Grimes, Penny Johnson Jerald,
Halston Sage as Alara Kitan
Peter Macon, Halston Sage, J Lee, Mark Jackson and Chad Coleman with producers David A. Goodman and Brannon Braga. It
J.Lee as John Lamarr
has been confirmed recently that Charlize Theron will guest star in the 13 episode series which had a pilot directed by John Favreau.

4 comments:

  1. Guess this makes me glad I've never seen a Star Trek before. I'd hate to be disappointed in their bland attempt to draw in the fans.

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    1. he he he :) I will give this one a go, but I have a feeling it will be painfully stupid.

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  2. The only way film makers think they can keep our interest anymore is to go for pyrotechnics. How about a good script for a change?

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    1. the young audience is too stupid to understand a good script, they just understand violence and sex

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