And Seth MacFarlane is fake furious about it.
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14 May 2019 - 10:11 AM  UPDATED 14 May 2019 - 10:12 AM

Seth MacFarlane, creator, writer and star of popular futuristic comedy The Orville, chose a blue way to react to the renewal of his sci-fi show:

MacFarlane’s tweet is a parody of Constance Wu’s none too happy reaction to her show, Fresh Off the Boat being picked up for its sixth season. But the show’s producer and editor, Tom Constantino was less cheeky in celebrating the news, throwing fans back to the sweet moves of Bortus (Peter Macon) and Klyden (Chad Coleman):

The Orville is set 400 years into the future and follows the challenges faced by the human and alien crew of the USS Orville. It’s built a loyal following both here and in the US since first appearing on screens, also inspiring a number of podcasts, including SBS VICELAND’s own Orvilleland.

 

The Orville season 3 will air on SBS VICELAND later this year. Season 2 is streaming now at SBS On Demand:

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