Adrianne Palicki pulls double duty in an Ed-Kelly episode that explores what could have been, and what might still be.
Between its bevy of Trek alumni and effortless mixture of space spectacle and moral complications, this week’s Orville shines as one of the season’s best.
The Orville coasts through a Gordon-heavy episode that sees him falling in love with the simulated recreation of a 21st-century woman (Leighton Meester).
One of The Orville’s most explicitly comedic characters gets his moment in the sun with a familiar, nuanced episode about the lingering animosity of war.
The Orville tries its hand at big-time space spectacle in a more action-heavy hour, with the entire Union at stake.
The Orville gets Serious this week, with the first part of a two-parter that intriguingly complicates one of the show’s most mercurial characters.
Old flames, bad breakups, and a murder mystery fills up a serviceable Orville that deals with the limits of cultural pluralism.
Claire and Isaac consider a relationship in a sweet, grounded romance story for The Orville.
The Orville crew butt heads with a world that shuns people based on their Zodiac sign, in a premise straight out of Star Trek: The Next Generation.