Set 400 years in the future, The Orville follows a mid-level exploratory spaceship with Seth MacFarlane as the ship’s captain. This season, the crew meets never-before-seen aliens and faces old adversaries, the Krill, in all-new episodes filled with mystery, romance and, as always, some poignant social commentary. The Orville, Season 2 Wiki
1 - Ja'loja
As The Orville heads towards Moclus for Bortus’ special once-a-year ceremony, Ed discovers Kelly has moved on and has started dating; Gordon asks John’s help in getting game and Claire turns to Isaac for parenting advice.
2 - Primal Urges
Ed and the crew race to save a small group of survivors on a planet about to be destroyed by its sun. Meanwhile, Bortus and Klyden start marriage counseling when Bortus’ obsession with the ship’s simulation room gets out of hand.
3 - Home
Ed, Gordon and Alara visit Alara’s home planet.
4 - Nothing Left On Earth Excepting Fishes
Ed finds himself behind enemy lines when he crash-lands on a mysterious planet. Meanwhile, Kelly questions why Gordon wants to take the Command Test.
5 - All the World Is Birthday Cake
The Orville makes First Contact and a new crewmember joins the ship.
6 - A Happy Refrain
The Orville crew is surprised when Claire’s personal life takes an unexpected turn, and Gordon makes an unusual grooming suggestion to Bortus.
7 - Deflectors
Bortus’ past may become Talla’s future.
8 - Identity, Pt. 1
Ed and the crew travel to Isaac’s home planet Kaylon -- part one.
9 - Identity, Pt. 2
Ed and the crew travel to Isaac’s home planet Kaylon -- part two.
10 - Blood of Patriots
Ed must initiate peace talks with the Krill.
11 - Lasting Impressions
The Orville crew members open a time capsule from 2015.
12 - Sanctuary
Ed discovers that Moclans aboard The Orville are harboring a secret.
13 - Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow
A time distortion affects Ed and Kelly’s relationship.
14 - Season 1 Catchup
Catch up on season 1 of The Orville before the premiere of season 2.
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Somebody get out the waaaambulance for these whiners about the ads.
The social commentary is very blunt and obvious which works well to speak to undemanding viewers. The effects are adequate. Where the show shines is the humor and the side characters. It is consistently pretty funny. It’s constantly compared to Star Trek Discovery, but Discovery is an entirely different and far more complex series so it’s not really a fair match up. That’s like comparing Aliens to Galaxy Quest (although neither show live up to either of those movies) both with very different strengths. As it is Orville is fine but not particularly memorable. I don’t think you’ll be seeing any horror films using a mask of the captain of the Orville for the killer.
It’s been over half a decade since there was a tv show that got me excited in anticipation for its next episode. Thank you for bringing back science fiction.
This show is great — beautifully written and acted. Funny, yet intriguing and exciting. Love the characters! Please write to FOX with your complaints and stop bringing the average of reviews down. When it gets cancelled it’ll be because of bad reviews.
Fox, if you put in commercials we should not be paying for this.
I'm enjoying this show a lot. It captures the geist and humor of the orginal Star Trek more than any of the next gens that followed it. Seth McFarlane turms out to be a pretty darn good Star Ship captain. I don't mind the short Fox Idents- it makes it feel like I'm sitting down to watch show on TV, which is a novelty as I haven't watched network TV in years. Bu the main reason I'm writing is to say that the musical score has been knowing and clever throughout, and really rises to the occasion on the most recent episode, Identy Pr. 1. It's movie-level music writing. And music makes a movie (try watching Out of Africa or Star Wars w/o the score). Well done that composer.
Love the show, but...I ordered the whole season and look forward to Fridays. I received the message that I got a new episode but it isn't in my library nor on my Apple TV. Not impressed. Had to watch it on Hulu. Why am I spending on iTunes when you don't deliver.
Love the show. Hate the mandatory advertisements at the beginning and end of the show.
This is not a sci-fi, it’s a sitcom in a sci-fi universe. The corniness of the characters is becoming too much. The impression of competence is lacking. It seems that the cast doesn’t think the show will last as core but fringe characters are replaced on a constant basis. And usually with someone less suited for the role. The show is also a tad incompetent science and writing wise. I’m always left scratching my head when it tries to explain something because it is usually so poorly done. The writing staff need some serious help from those with a stronger grasp on science, leadership, the military and social issues. A Family Guy understanding of the world is not enough for sci-fi. You need a deeper grasp, and a vision for the future couldn’t hurt either. Everything covered is a hot button issue today.
Lots of fun! Great TNG look and feel. Getting much better as S2 progresses. Also, some excellent directing by Frakes and awesome music, which gives DISCO a run for it’s money.