How The Orville: New Horizons Drastically Changed Its Universe Ahead Of The Season 3 Finale

Warning! The following contains spoilers for The Orville: New Horizons episode “Domino.” Read at your own risk!

The Orville: New Horizons just set the stage for the Season 3 finale with some drastic changes to its universe in the penultimate episode. Fans who still have yet to pick up their Hulu subscription and watch the new season should do so as soon as humanly possible because we’re all going to want to see Season 4 after some of the big developments in this episode.

If you haven’t had a chance to watch the episode yet and don’t want to be spoiled, now is the time to check out. This is one of the most important episodes the series has been released to date, and it lays some groundwork for stories that might be revisited in a fourth season. Let’s dive in, and break down the major parts of the episode that will change this universe forever.

Mark Jackson as Isaac on The Orville on Hulu

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The Planetary Union Developed A Weapon That Temporarily Ended The Kaylon War

It took some time, but thanks to the combined efforts of Isaac and Charly Burke, the duo developed a weapon that could effectively erase the Kaylon threat. The Planetary Union held a meeting and decided to allow Captain Ed, Admiral Halseyand The Orville crew to negotiate a ceasefire with the Kaylons. The Kaylon leader, Kaylon Primary, conceded that they had no answer to The Union’s powerful weapon and said it gave them no other option than to cooperate. It was a pretty huge moment and a big win for the universe with the Kaylon threat temporarily over (though Mark Jackson‘s comments on the Kaylon threat have me suspicious).

Krill and Moclan aliens on The Orville: New Horizons

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The Moclans Aligned With The Krill

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