The Orville features familiar and new faces, in TVLine’s exclusive first look at the third season of the Emmy-nominated sci-fi series, streaming on Hulu this spring.
Blast on Thursday, March 10 (with weekly releases), The Orville: New HorizonsIn the 10-episode season, the crew of the titular research vessel continues their mission, navigating both the mysteries of the universe and the complexities of their own interpersonal relationships.
The first photo (shown in full below) shows Capt. Ed Mercer (played by series creator Seth MacFarlane), Cmdr. Kelly Grayson (Adrianne Palicki) and Lieutenant Gordon Malloy (Scott Grimes) man their usual posts, while Admiral Halsey (Victor Garber) watches. The three new faces include new series regular Anne Winters (13 reasons why, tyrant) as Ensign Charly Burke, while Bruce Boxleitner (Babylon 5) and the late Lisa Banes (Royal Pains, Nashville) guest-starred as President Alcuzan and Speria Balask.
The Orville: New HorizonsThe cast also includes Penny Johnson Jerald (as Dr. Claire Finn), Peter Macon (as Lt. Cmdr. Bortus), J. Lee (as Lt. Cmdr. John LaMarr), Mark Jackson (Isaac), Chad L. Coleman ( Klyden) and Jessica Szohr (Lt. Talla Keyali). Additionally, the late Norm Macdonald will once again be featured as the Gelatin Lieutenant Yaphit, while Eliza Taylor (the 100) guest-starred as character TBA.
although The OrvilleThe first two seasons aired on Fox, it was announced in July 2019 that the sci-fi adventure series would be moving to Hulu for Season 3. (“As the show has evolved and become more ambitious in production, I decided I wouldn’t be able to deliver episodes until 2020, which would be a challenge for [Fox]MacFarlane explained at the time.) Nine months later, the coronavirus pandemic struck, with further delays The Orvillenext mission.
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