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Its first two seasons became one of the top 5 science fiction series of the decade.  Airing from 2017 to 2019, The Orville was a refreshing approach to sci-fi TV, a drama, comedy, and parody in just the right mix, plus unrivaled special effects, makeup, and costume design.  Delayed by the pandemic, the third season of The Orville, now named The Orville: New Horizons, has a new target launch date for this coming June, moving from Fox to Hulu.

Creator/star Seth MacFarlane is bringing the crew back, along with behind-the-scenes contributions from the creators of sci-fi’s past like Brannon Braga, Doug Drexler, John Eaves, Cherry Chevapravatdumrong, André Bormanis, and more.  And thanks to MacFarlane, we now have a first look at the incredible special effects coming our way in the season three opening scene.  Take a look at this 4-minute introduction:

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First previewed here at borg back in March 2019, the first comic book story from the universe of television’s The Orville read in every way like a script that didn’t get produced–an episode that fits nicely into the timeline of the show but didn’t get filmed.  As fans await the third season of the series, The Orville: New Horizons, coming to Hulu March 10, 2022, Dark Horse Comics is publishing a two-issue story this fall, The Orville: Artifacts Written by executive producer David A. Goodman with artwork by David Cabeza and colors by Michael Atiyeh, The Orville: Artifacts keeps the series alive with its unique brand of humor and science fiction design style.  Readers will find Ed, Kelly, Gordon, and the rest of the crew looking just like the actors that play them, as they ready themselves for The Orville’s next TV mission.  Take a look inside the first issue below. 

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