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The Day That Wasn't 

Sparks fly when Vanya finds her siblings holding an emergency family meeting without her. Five starts his new job at HQ. Cha-Cha faces a dilemma.


Stephen Surjik


Steve Blackman (created for television by), Jeremy Slater (developed by) | 3 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ellen Page ... Vanya Hargreeves
Tom Hopper ... Luther Hargreeves
David Castañeda ... Diego Hargreeves
Emmy Raver-Lampman ... Allison Hargreeves
Robert Sheehan ... Klaus Hargreeves
Aidan Gallagher ... Number Five
Mary J. Blige ... Cha-Cha
Cameron Britton ... Hazel
John Magaro ... Leonard Peabody
Adam Godley ... Pogo (voice)
Colm Feore ... Sir Reginald Hargreeves
Sheila McCarthy ... Agnes
Justin H. Min ... Ben Hargreeves
Jordan Claire Robbins ... Grace (as Jordan Robbins)
Kate Walsh ... The Handler


Sparks fly when Vanya finds her siblings holding an emergency family meeting without her. Five starts his new job at HQ. Cha-Cha faces a dilemma.

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15 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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7 March 2019 | by d.rustSee all my reviews

If you ever had doubts in your perception that this is a horrible, horrible show with an adolescent writing about Daddy issues and Mommy problems with unrelated "siblings" having unrequited love because Fun Time is only Saturday from 12 noon to 12:15, this show will confirm all suspicions you may have had.

Yes, it is as bad as all that. And WORSE!

In fact, the show is so bad that at the last minute the "writer" throws the reset button, everything is rewound to the whispered words "We died".

I think it was done so that they could have an edgy title "The Day that Wasn't" with a follow-up "The Day that Was". I guess they'll have a show called "That Was The Week That Was" and show events from the last week.

But better yet, THE ORVILLE is on tonight! It's rated A for Awesome!

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