Alara has to confront some of her darkest fears in this standout episode of The Orville.Read More
Charlize Theron joins ‘The Orville’ for “Pria,” an episode that echoes Star Trek but with some fun new twists.
A panel with cast and crew of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ moderated by Mae Jemison is highlight of NYCC 2017.
The Orville’s fourth episode lifts a plot straight from The Original Series, and the result is essentially what a TOS story would look like if staged like a TNG episode.
The Orville’s third episode makes several pointed observations about gender and culture, but struggles with tone and a final act that feels somewhat predictable.
We also have clips from the episode and some Orville news updates, including hints of upcoming Star Trek cameos.
Braga also discusses Star Trek: Discovery and why Enterprise was also a prequel
Seth MacFarlane’s loving tribute to Star Trek is less Family Guy and more Sci-Fi.
He also talks about his character on the show and the chances of Fox giving the show a second season.
TrekMovie had a chance to visit the sets of Seth MacFarlane’s Star Trek-inspired ‘The Orville’
The award-winning sci-fi anthology show is headed into space with a familiar looking episode
“I think there is room for two spaceship shows,” said the show’s executive producer. Plus, we’ve got all new photos.
Plus Brannon Braga tells us ‘The Orville’ is no Star Trek spoof.
It was also revealed that The Orville has a holodeck, just the latest Star Trek-inspired element of this new show from Seth MacFarlane.
There is a lot to keep a Star Trek fan busy at SDCC 2017
We also have a look at what may be the Ten Forward Lounge of the U.S.S. Orville
Seth MacFarlane’s new Star Trek-inspired show is set to premiere before Discovery
The Orville creator talks about how his new show delivers more serious Star Trek-like sci-fi than the trailer implied. He is also showing off his old-school physical model for the U.S.S. Orville.
We have video, photos, character descriptions and more for the new sci-fi dramedy The Orville, which includes a number of Star Trek vets behind the camera including Brannon Braga and Jonathan Frakes.
We took the video from The Last Jedi and added the audio from Into Darkness. Behold.
Brace for impact as the franchises collide.
Star Trek and The Twilight Zone fed off each other as groundbreaking science fiction storytelling in the 1960s. But how accessible is the (mostly) dystopian Black Mirror, “The Twilight Zone for the digital age,” for Star Trek fans?