The Orville

"The Orville" gives our future a bright look and some curvy guns


I have mixed feelings about "The Orville." You probably will, too, when it debuts Sunday (Sept. 10), the first show of the TV season. But my feelings are thoroughly unmixed when it comes to the show's look. Carefully crafted by people who love science-fiction, "The Orville" is a visual treat. If you scroll down, you'll see the stories I sent to papers in my season-preview package. Now here's the story I sent about "The Orville":

Want sci-fi? The new TV season has space ships, runaway kids and killer hair


OK, now it's time to view the new-TV-season shows, by category. The two previous blogs take an overview of the season; this one -- and three that follow -- break things down by genre. They're all part of the season-preview package I sent to papers. Let's start with science-fiction:

By Mike Hughes

Fox's fall: The Devil and Gordon Ramsay, plus music and whimsy


 

By Mike Hughes

Satan and Gordon
Ramsay will again be big on Fox next season. So will science-fiction
and whimsy.