Down on his luck after a bitter divorce, Planetary Union officer Ed Mercer finally gets his chance to command his own ship. Determined to prove his worth and start a new chapter, Ed discovers the first wrinkle in his plan when the First Officer assigned to his ship is his ex-wife, Kelly Grayson. As the new commander, Ed assembles a qualified -- but eccentric -- crew, including his best friend, Gordon, who has problems with authority but is the best helmsman in the fleet; Dr. Claire Finn; Bortus, an alien from a single-sex species; Isaac, an artificial life-form from a machine society; navigator John Lamarr; Alara Kitan, a young, inexperienced security officer; and Yaphit, a gelatinous creature.
Penny Johnson Jerald
Chad L. Coleman
Ed and Kelly consider getting back together; Ed and the crew discover a planet from another universe; Kelly makes a decision with unforeseen long-term consequences for the planet, putting Ed in a difficult position.
Kelly discovers that Lt. John Lamarr is smarter than he lets on; the Orville gets damaged by a mysterious spatial anomaly that affects all living things.
A fire breaks out on the ship, and a crew member dies; Alara questions her fitness for the job; unusual things start happening on the ship.
The Orville is called to mediate a peace treaty between two warring cultures; tensions run high between Ed and Kelly when a familiar face boards the ship; Yaphit declares his love for Dr. Finn.
Dr. Finn, her two sons, and Isaac get lost in space; Ed and the crew set out to save them.
Ed sends a team to find missing anthropologists on a planet similar to 21st-century Earth; the mission goes awry when they realize the planet uses a public voting system to determine punishment.
Ed and Gordon are sent on a dangerous undercover mission to infiltrate a Krill ship and obtain a copy of the Krill bible.
The crew saves a stranded ship and its attractive Capt. Pria; Ed becomes smitten with Pria, but Kelly is suspicious; Gordon attempts to teach Isaac the art of pulling off a practical joke.
Ed and the crew encounter a massive vessel adrift in space and in danger of colliding with a star; Bortus, Gordon, and John fend off a Krill attack on another Union ship.
The Orville travels to Bortus' planet; the crew debates controversial surgeries for newborns.
Ed and Kelly find themselves prisoners in a replica of their former home; Alara must take first command of the Orville to attempt a heroic rescue; Bortus and Klyden receive unexpected news.
Ed Mercer's enthusiasm about his promotion to captain dampens when his ex-wife, Kelly, gets assigned to be his first officer; an alien race ambushes the crew in an attempt to steal a time-accelerating device.
Kathryn Janeway is the captain of a starship that is lost in space and must travel across an unexplored region of the galaxy to find its way back home. On its way, the crew encounters different species they must deal with, but find that all their adventures only make them long for home.
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Stan Smith is a CIA agent painfully dedicated to homeland security. His home life includes doting wife Francine, a ditzy housewife, liberal daughter Hayley and socially awkward teenaged son Steve. Also living in the family's Langley Falls, Va., home are Klaus, a goldfish with the brain of an East German Olympic ski jumper, and Roger, an escaped alien from Area 51, who Stan houses in defiance of his employer due to owing Roger a "life debt." Sounds just like the typical American family, right? Maybe not.
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