Seth MacFarlane’s praise to Star Trek, The Orville, will make the bounce from customary TV to Hulu one year from now. MacFarlane made the declaration the previous night at San Diego Comic-Con, and said that the show’s third season wouldn’t arrive until 2020.

The show is set four centuries later on, and follows Captain Ed Mercer (played by MacFarlane) as he leads the Planetary Union’s USS Orville as they investigate new planets and undertake diplomatic missions.

Fox renewed the series back in May, and MacFarlane noticed that the show “has evolved and become more ambitious production-wise,” leading to the production delay. The move from TV to Hulu comes not long after Disney shut on its buy of 21st Century Fox prior this year, giving Disney control of its immense content holdings. Furthermore, after Comcast sold its 33 percent stake in Hulu, Disney possesses that, as well.

Hulu will live close by Disney’s other streaming services, Disney+ and ESPN, and Disney has demonstrated that it would keep on invest in original content for the platform. The Orville feels precisely like the sort of demonstrate that Disney would send over to Hulu, instead of Disney+’s all the more family friendly methodology — it’s a flippant and marginally progressively grown-up situated series. Disney has additionally previously said that Fox will keep on making R-rated films.

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