The Orville, Seth MacFarlane's remarkable blend of humor and cosmic exploration, is what fans refer to as "the Star Trek that Star Trek fans want to watch.
"If you've been living under an asteroid and haven't yet seen the beauty that is this series, you're missing out on a journey that is both hilarious and touching.
The Orville has provided three seasons of critically acclaimed entertainment, and we can't wait to see if the show will return for a fourth season.
If you're in the same boat as us and want to learn more about the show and whether a fourth season is possible, here's what we know so far.
The Orville is one of the few shows on any platform that has yet to be determined on its fate
since Hulu has yet to confirm if it will return for another season, but the conversations about the show's future sound promising.
Chad L. Coleman, who plays Klyden on the sitcom, told CinemaBlend earlier this year that Seth MacFarlane is in talks with Disney.
So the possibility of a fourth season isn't simply a speck in the sky.While Coleman did state that things were "up in the air," there's no harm in becoming excited about the show and trying to find out more about it.
In reality, he isn't the only one who is optimistic; MacFarlane himself stated on X (previously Twitter) the same month that
while no decision on the show's future had been made, he was "cautiously optimistic.
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