Season 3 of Orville makes one of Star Trek’s oldest tracks much darker
Season 3 of Orville, called The Orville: New Horizons, begins with an episode that brings a dark twist to the ancient tropics of Star Trek.
In Season 3, Episode 1, "Electric Sheep," the Orville crew still resists after revealing the true mission of Amb
assador Kaylon Isaac (Mark Jackson).
In Season 2 of Orville, episodes 8 and 9, "Identity," Kilon Isaac uses his intelligence to control Orville and launch a full-fledged attack on the Planetary Alliance.
As Isaac throws his own kind to save his teammates and the Guild, it is clear that many on board do not want to admit his involvement in the attack.
Identity acts as a two-part Borg from Star Trek, The Best of Both Worlds, whose creator Seth McFarlane is a big fan.
He also won an Emmy Award for outstanding work by The Orville's visual effects team in capturing the scale and scope of his fight in Kaylon space.
The Battle of Kaylon is just one of the many ways Orville honors McFarlane's favorite Star Trek,
and the beginning of Season 3 explores the returning tropics of the franchise of what life can do. artificial experience of human emotions.