In an effort to be unbiased (because these ‘rumors’ are driving me nuts), here is an article from TrekToday.com with news regarding the next Star Trek series. I’m hoping these are wrong…really, really hoping. The continuity problems are just going to be a major headache.
News about Star Trek and any of it’s many spin-offs, movies, books, and more.
Q’s back! And this time he’s brought the family! Click “Read More” to do so.
SciFi Wire has some bits about ST: Voyager’s Finale, “Endgame” (But no real spoilers).
None of it’s really surprising. The finale sounds a bit too much like “All Good Things…” but I’ll try to be optimistic.
Well now that we’ve all had some fun with our ideas for what was the best Trek series, how about your ideas for what you think the next Trek series should be about.
We’ve all heard the rumors, but what would make really good and really fresh Star Trek. My opinion is listed in “Read More.”
Don’t worry about copyrights. I doubt Rick Berman reads our site!
StarTrek.com has put together a retrospective site for Voyager fans with episode guides, cast bios, and interviews.
After a review of the final episode, I’ll put up my own retrospective and encourage you all to share your thoughts on the last seven years of Voyager’s trip home.
Gotta love The Wire. Production on the series finale of Voyager is underway, and the rumor mill says Patrick Stewart is working on a draft of the next Trek movie that includes the death of Captain Picard. (Hopefully, he won’t decide to have a half-dozen novels ghost-written where he brings himself back from the dead.)
A few days back, StarTrek.com posted a bit of info that may shed more light on the new series than Paramount may have intended. Michael Okuda has been named as Scenic Arts Supervisor. This probably means that we will be seeing a sequel to Voyager in the Star Trek timeline.
Okuda has been with the Star Trek franchise since 1986 and was responsible for quite a bit of TNG’s look and feel (including Geordi’s Visor).
This bodes well for the next series, but then, I may be reading too much into this. Any other thoughts?
Trek Today, source of all great rumors, is reporting the wholly unconfirmed rumor that Scott Bakula is “in negotiations” for the role of the ship’s captain in the next Trek series (y’know, the one that Paramount still won’t even publicly acknowledge is being planned). Tongue planted firmly in cheek, IGN explores the possibilities, from Bruce Campbell to Lucy Lawless. So, assuming there will be a fifth series, who would you like to see as the newest captain?
Take ’em with a whole eight-pound-bag of salt, folks,
but Trek Today has some alleged mini-spoilers
on the final episode of Star Trek: Voyager. Now if only
they didn’t look like they were stealing ideas from the
finale of TNG, or for that matter Babylon 5…