“The Orville” creator, executive producer and star Seth MacFarlane has announced that the third season of his sci-fi series “The Orville” has wrapped filming.
The second season aired two years ago with the new one to premiere on Hulu. Production on the new season was halted twice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The show hasn’t been officially cancelled as yet with Hulu chief Jordan Helman saying he hasn’t ruled out the possibility of a fourth season. MacFarlane says he hopes “this is not the last time we all go to space.”
That’s not the only show wrapping its shoot this week. “Child’s Play” creator Don Mancini has announced that the upcoming sequel series “Chucky” has officially wrapped filming in Toronto.
“Chucky” will serve as a direct sequel to the seven previous films of the franchise with Mancini writing every episode and directing the first.
The series is said to return to the tone of the original film and follows a young gay teen who faces bullying at school before Chucky falls into his life.
Shooting on the eight-episode run began back on March 29th and the show premieres on October 12th on both SYFY and USA Network.