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#924

Second episode was strong. So far so good for the new show.


#925

The problem with shows like these are whether or not they’ll get to run out. We’ve all been burned by shows similar that got axed a few seasons in leaving the fanbase still confused as to what’s going on. Colony really killed me with shows like this. Sure it wasn’t a great show but it was on I really liked a lot and just when it was about to really answer some questions it got canceled. They spent so many seasons building up to these events only to leave the fanbase with blue balls.

It just really sucked.


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#930

Really? jFC


#931

Believe it. Another remake. I know its a shocker.


#932

Well not like the first one was some all time great movie minus having Fred Gwynn in it.


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Now they are rebooting NYPD Blue.


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Ugh, i never finished the last season.


#937

One more reason to hate you! How can you not stay current on Vikings!


#938

A Quiet Place clone. Made for Netflix… where shitty movies go to be released.


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#940

Not sure how I missed this one.


#941

The lovely Mrs KFK and i just watched Hotel Artemis. Jody Foster and Dave Batista are wonderful.


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Star Trek: The Next Generation star and director Jonathan Frakes will also contribute to the new season of The Orville . At a convention, Frakes spoke about the series in comparison to CBS All Access’s Star Trek: Discovery .

“The Star Trek that we have has really found its voice, and Discovery has really found its voice," Frakes explained earlier this year. "And The Orville has filled in a void. For a lot of people, The Orville is their new Star Trek because it does tell stories like [ The Next Generation ], and it’s got wild humor in it.

“[Seth MacFarlane] clearly wanted [ The Orville ] to look like [ The Next Generation ].” Frakes added. “So, he hired the cinematographer [Marvin Rush] and the camera operator, and Brannon Braga, who wrote First Contact among other things that are fabulous. Robbie Duncan McNeill, one of our wonderful directors from Voyager , James Conway, who directed a bunch of great Next Gen episodes; he hired me. He filled the room with Next Gen people so that the show would look and feel like it. I think he did it.”


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