I'm still blissfully ignorant and under the hopes that Paramount caves in and CBS lets a TV series based on the new movie go through. So much potential for plot lines. It's not like it'd be a remake of TOS, thanks to the tech alterations/Vulcan getting kablooied and the escalating war with the Klingons, it would be pretty damn awesome.
But that ST: Federation concept is actually pretty damn awesome. I thought the whole idea of setting a series so far into the future in the ST universe(3000, whereas the massive leap from our technology to warp travel was done in under 100 years, leaving little room for expansion by 2400, which is still only about 30 years after the end of the last TNG movie and 20 years after the Hobus Supernova, as well as being concurrent with Star Trek Online) would be ridiculous, but the whole "Rome in Decline" theme is actually very, very intriguing.
That sounds pretty cool. But I think 3000 is too far ahead, I know some of you don't like enterprise, but it is Canon, and according to Enterprise, Daniels (the time agent) is from the 31st century.
For those who are fans of Star Trek New Voyages/Phase II the newest episode is out
Alersa Is played by the actress who played the Captain's Woman in the TOS Episode "Mirror, Mirror"
I think its pretty cool a Fan series has been able to get Actors/Actresses from the actual series.
They've had, George Takei, Grace Lee Whitney, Walter Koenig, Denise Crosby. Plus a couple from minor roles in the franchise. They also had Sam Witwer (Doomsday in Smallville, The Apprentice from The Force Unleased, one of the Mains in the American Being Human) do the voice of the guardian of forever. And the host from "The Amazing Race" had a role in one episode.
A couple episodes were Written by writers from the real franchise as well, or inspired by scripts they pitched.
I think that is pretty cool.
Star Trek Tos was the only good one.
One thing I always found funny about ToS, is that despite taking place in "the future" they still used slide rulers to calculate.
I hope they don't try and make a new Star Trek series, because I just know it's going to be the ST equivalent of Stargate: Universe.
The Voyage Home was entitled
The Voyage Home: Star Trek IV because star trek was doing horrible overseas.
I have to say its a through between the wrath of Khan and first contact for the best ST film, although the voyage home was really good, it had super wales.
I do like The Voyage Home, but Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country was the best Star Trek film ever.
Although, I do have to wonder when people will pick up Star Trek again on TV. It still gets ridiculous ratings despite being entirely reruns that are usually over a decade old and the latest movie was incredible. I need to see something pick up after the war with the Klingons in Star Trek: Online. You could do amazing things with that plot. And not Star Trek: Federation. That's too far in the future and though it looks good, I don't think it would be as good as one that takes place more closely to STO.
I'd love to see a series based on Titan.
(if you don't get the reference, read the Destiny books...they're spectacular)
What would the name of the fetish be of being turned into a Borg? My friend was wondering.
Since the new movie is in an alternate universe we may not know what will happen next, maybe they will meet the borg a 100 years earlier?
And also if they do a new series it would be cool to have it in the 2500's with the war with the sphere builders that we saw briefly in Enterprise.
Or a series about the temporal cold war would be cool, featuring time travels most of the episodes to maybe familiar settings and maybe with a complex time travel story?
All I want is more Kate Mulgrew. Admiral Janeway cameo's go! :buddy:
gets assimilated by the Borg before she gets killed by Picard and the big-E .
The documentary where Shatner interviews all past and current captains (Patrick Stewart, Kate Mulgrew, Avery Brooks, Scott Bakula, Chris Pin.) will air on July 21st.
Captain Picard: Mr. Worf, fire the strongest attack
Worf: Firing...it had no effect, Captain
Every episode of TNG
Never watched DS9, seen 1 episode of Enterprise and 3 episodes of TOS. I watched all, or at least the vast majority of the episodes of Voyager, however, but this was a bloody long while ago. Seen a fair few episodes of TNG too.
I acquired all the star trek movies, they're all sitting in my hard drive waiting for me to have a day off so I can have a marathon
Heh, heh.. <3
I'm deeply offended that VOY didn't get a photo on the OP.
Voyager sucked me in when I was 15, and a few years later I ended up giving in to DS9, TNG and finally the original.
After seeing all of them, Voyager remains my top favored series of them all, and nothing will change that.
Also, fuck Enterprise. Why would you even mention that garbage?
Woot! TOS remastered, TNG, VOY, and ENT are all on Netflix Instant streaming!!!! DS9 Coming soon!!!!
I don't remember TOS being so slow and almost boring. :/ Oh well, I have TNG and VOY to watch though for the 20th time again. lol.