The Orville (2017– )
The awards will be presented on March 2 by the International Cinematographers Guild at the 55th Annual Publicists Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
The television award nominees went to Gregg Brilliant for “Better Call Saul”; Erica Tarin for “Feud: Bette and Joan”; Kristen Hall for “Star Trek: Discovery”; Denise Godoy for “Stranger Things 2”; and Erin Moody for “The Orville.”
Press award nominations went to Variety’s executive editor of TV Debra Birnbaum, along with Lindsey Bahr of AP, Eliza Cost of Entertainment Tonight, Mike Fleming Jr. of Deadline, and Steven Weintraub of Collider.
International media award nominees are Nelson Aspen (Australia), Janet Nepales (Philippines), Jami Philbrick (China), Gill Pringle (Australia
As sad as it was to watch Rupert "die" on Family Guy Season 16 Episode 11, wouldn't it be nice to have the same sort of eloquent send-off at its end?
We all know it's coming. Before long we'll be saying goodbye to Family Guy just like Stewie will eventually say goodbye to Rupert forever.
And like Stewie, we might not be able to handle it, but we'll get through it. The only difference is that, for us, Family Guy will reappear in reruns.
I don't know much about The Fast and the Furious movies, so there are references I probably missed.
And, no, I didn't miss the ending with Paul Walker riding off into the great beyond with Rupert. Nor the joke that the movies don't really have a plot.
That aside, "Dog Bites Bear" mostly centered on the friendship between Stewie and Brian
The festival will pay tribute to the legendary singer Barbra Streisand in an opening night celebration, honoring her for her work in television, including many Emmy-award winning concert specials. In addition to Streisand, the casts of “Stranger Things,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” and “Riverdale” will also be featured.
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The creator of “Dear White People” (the indie film hit, now the Netflix series entering its second season this spring) has never hidden his nerdy tendencies on Twitter and elsewhere — including a memorable homage to “Star Trek: The Next Generation” in the first season of his critically acclaimed comedy. And amongst his new favorite shows is the CBS All Access continuation of the 50-year-plus franchise.
IndieWire spoke to Simien before the Sunday, Jan. 7 premiere of the second half of Season 1, but after he’d watched the first half of the series. “I was blown away by it,” Simien said.
While in unfamiliar territory, the U.S.S. Discovery crew is forced to get creative in their next efforts to survive opposing and unprecedented forces and return home.
On top of starring in Star Trek: The Next Generation for seven seasons and four movies, he also directed eight episodes of The Next Generation, three episode of Deep Space Nine and Voyager, as well as the movies First Contact and Insurrection. He's also directed an episode of The Orville.
"Despite Yourself" is set to air this Sunday,
There's a chance will see the sci-fi series crossover with MacFarlane's other hit show, Family Guy! According to executive producer Rich Appel, a script has been written and it's just waiting for approval. He says:
"I sent the script on a slow boat [to approve]. But we end up live on the bridge of The Orville. We'll see."
So, we might actually see characters from Family Guy end up on The Orville ship interacting with the cast... fascinating. Some might think that would be silly and take things too far, but I'm curious to see how it might turn out. It could work brilliantly!
RELATEDFox’s The Orville Renewed for Season 2
Speaking to reporters on Thursday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena — where his Family Guy had just delivered a presentation — Orville creator and captain Seth McFarlane said that Season 2 of Fox’s outer-space dramedy would be “at least 14” episodes, compared to the freshman run’s 12 (which itself was whittled down from an initial 13).
“I’d rather do fewer episodes and have them be
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Based on the success of Season 1, the sophomore season of Seth MacFarlane's sci-fi adventure series is going to get a boost! When asked at the Television Critics Association winter press tour about how far
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The network has handed out an early season two renewal for the short-order drama, picking up the X-Men series for the 2018-19 broadcast season. The 13-episode drama from Marvel Television and Matt Nix will wrap its run Jan. 15 with a two-hour finale and, like Seth MacFarlane's The Orville, was always considered as a short-order run.
Produced by Marvel and 20th Century Fox Television, The Gifted had been expected to score an early renewal last month, but Fox hit the pause button after Disney's massive $52.4 billion purchase of Rupert Murdoch's TV...
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“Divorce” Season 2
Release Date: January 14, 2018
Creator: Sharon Horgan
Showrunner: Jenny Bicks
Cast: Sarah Jessica Parker, Thomas Haden Church, Molly Shannon, Tracy Letts
After a mixed reception for Season 1, “Divorce” is getting a creative shake-up in Season 2. Jenny Bicks, who wrote on “Sex and the City” and “The Big C,” has stepped in as the new showrunner, and — if you can believe it — Thomas Haden Church shaved his mustache. It’s unclear which will have a bigger impact on series’ eight new episodes, but Sarah Jessica Parker’s return to
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