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SIX OF THE BEST… episodes of The Orville
When you write a weekly column that is a list of six things, a TV show with only 12 episodes fits neatly into the format… which is why I’m ending 2017 with a look at The Orville. I’m also starting 2018 … Continue reading
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SIX OF THE BEST… things The Orville did better than Star Trek: Discovery
I really wanted to like Star Trek: Discovery, but CBS and Paramount are making it really hard. Meanwhile, The Orville is fun, funny, and hopeful. It’s much better than Discovery. Here’s why.
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