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A new Star Trek TV Series

QueenB56

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Report this Jan. 27 2013, 12:05 pm

I for one, am really missing Gene Roddenberry. Now we must content ourselves with a movie every so many years. It's a shame. Star Trek is the only place where the future is brighter for earthlings. But, someone's dropped the ball. We need a new TV series and the possibilities for an even greater show are limitless. It's time and if I have to, I'll write the series myself and send it up the flagpole. Will anybody salute? Does anybody care to continue the legacy that Mr. Roddenberry gave us on a wonderful ride called Star Trek? I hope so.

Gawain_VIII

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Report this Jan. 28 2013, 2:14 pm

Check out my post here (http://www.startrek.com/boards-topic/33379368/my-idea-for-a-new-star-trek-series) about 9 posts down on the first page.


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Hotobu

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Report this Jan. 28 2013, 4:31 pm

It'll never happen, and if it does it'll suck. Look at TV programs now. They're oversexed dumbed down melodramas. A guy like Patrick Stewart would never be allowed to captain a ship. The crew would be a bunch of hormonal late 20-early 30 somethings with overdone sexual tension in every episode.

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Report this Jan. 29 2013, 5:20 am

I  second  the  motion  for  a  new  series !  Being  16  when  I  saw  my  first  TOS  episode , I  welcome  some  youthful galavanting  around  the  galaxie.If  you  went  with  animation  you  could  even   catch  up  with  all  the various  trek  timelines . Visit  old  friends , give  them  new  adventures. Books  do  that  wonderfully,  but  I crave  more. Just  wishful  thinking ? So  what !

QueenB56

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Report this Jan. 29 2013, 9:14 am

And I thought I was a cynic. Come on, it doesn't kill to believe, at least that's what Kirk would say

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Report this Jan. 29 2013, 10:46 am

Quote: Hotobu @ Jan. 28 2013, 4:31 pm

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>It'll never happen, and if it does it'll suck. Look at TV programs now. They're oversexed dumbed down melodramas. A guy like Patrick Stewart would never be allowed to captain a ship. The crew would be a bunch of hormonal late 20-early 30 somethings with overdone sexual tension in every episode.

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Every genre has its fanbase. "Oversexed dumbed down melodramas" might be popular, but that doesn't mean there's no demand for a good sci-fi series.


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poundpuppy29

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Report this Jan. 29 2013, 12:57 pm

I wish we had a new ST series maybe we will get one if the movies continue to do well but I want a new series and new characters


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Gawain_VIII

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Report this Jan. 29 2013, 2:44 pm

Quote: poundpuppy29 @ Jan. 29 2013, 12:57 pm

>I wish we had a new ST series maybe we will get one if the movies continue to do well but I want a new series and new characters.


You can find plenty of fan-made series... most of them pretty good (although production quality is lacking--that's just a matter of money).  Of particular interest, I recommend:


James Cawley's New Voyages/Phase II, TOS-era, professional quality!


Rob Caves's Hidden Frontier (and it's spinoffs, Odyssey and Helena Chronicles) (post-DS9 era), green screen. Amateur, but great story.


Starship Farragut (TOS-era), near-professional but not as good as New Voyages


Intrepid (post-DS9 era), Scottish production. Some crossovers with Hidden Frontier


Of Gods and Men: Feature-length fan-movie, made by Trek alumni (Koenig, Nichols, Russ) as a gift to their fans.


... or, you can help me work on my project (see my earlier post)...


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poundpuppy29

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Report this Jan. 30 2013, 2:35 pm

Quote: Gawain_VIII @ Jan. 29 2013, 2:44 pm

Quote: poundpuppy29 @ Jan. 29 2013, 12:57 pm

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>I wish we had a new ST series maybe we will get one if the movies continue to do well but I want a new series and new characters.

You can find plenty of fan-made series... most of them pretty good (although production quality is lacking--that's just a matter of money).  Of particular interest, I recommend:

James Cawley's New Voyages/Phase II, TOS-era, professional quality!

Rob Caves's Hidden Frontier (and it's spinoffs, Odyssey and Helena Chronicles) (post-DS9 era), green screen. Amateur, but great story.

Starship Farragut (TOS-era), near-professional but not as good as New Voyages

Intrepid (post-DS9 era), Scottish production. Some crossovers with Hidden Frontier

Of Gods and Men: Feature-length fan-movie, made by Trek alumni (Koenig, Nichols, Russ) as a gift to their fans.

... or, you can help me work on my project (see my earlier post)...


I would rather have an offical one I am sure those are good but I want a series I can watch on TV with a studio behind it the fact that there is fan made series must mean something to the people of Paramont or who ever has the TV rights


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ElimGarak00

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Report this Mar. 09 2013, 7:50 am

I would love to see a new Star Trek series about the 24th century!


We’ve already seen the Alpha, Delta and Gamma quadrant. But there must be parts of the galaxy that the other crews haven’t discovered yet?


Star Trek Titan (Beta quadrant) would be nice, but I have no idea if Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, Tim Russ, Patti Yasutake or Daphne Ashbrook would want to be in a new Star Trek series.


Fan series Star Trek New Voyages / Phase II would definitely be an option. James Cawley, actors and crew are doing a superb job!


A couple of years ago, during the shooting of the Star Trek movie (2009) James Cawley had a meeting at CBS about Star Trek New Voyages / Phase II, but it didn’t work out. He must have had a good reason.


It could also be a different starship and a new crew. I would like to have a familiar face in the series, or something like they did in Emissary (Enterprise D, Captain Picard) and Caretaker (space station DS9, Quark).


I really would like to know what happened to the Voyager crew after they got back to the Alpha quadrant. (Thank you Christie Golden for writing the books Homecoming, The Farther Shore and Spirit Walk.)


Or maybe even a series about the 29th century.

2takesfrakes

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Report this Mar. 09 2013, 8:34 am

No.


I do NOT want to see any other STAR TREK crew,
in any other era! STAR TREK is KIRK & Company.
Either wait until the 3 movies are completed &
get the present cast to continue their roles
on the small screen (affordably, we hope). OR,
after the movies are out, give STAR TREK the
BATTLESTAR GALACTICA ReBOOT treatment.
These are the only 2 options I feel are any good ...


Nerdqueen

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Report this Mar. 09 2013, 9:21 pm

I feel like it would take like a really hard core trekkie who understands the chemistry that's needed. It's not that a good new series couldn't happen, it's just that their are no good people to make it right now in the business. All the sex in the media would taint it and all the force romances would make it awkward. So maybe in the future when some one can make a pure one that resemble the awesomeness of the older ones.


Hi! I am 15 and I started watching Star Trek when my dad showed it to me when I was 6. So 9 years of having basically no social life... and becoming socially awkward...

commentarycat

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Report this Mar. 10 2013, 10:39 am

Will there be another Star Trek series? I seriously doubt it. It flat out just costs too much for Paramount to fund another series - especially when you can send a camera crew into some retards house and film them beating the crap out of one another and pull a 10 share for six months with practically zero invested. When it dies - you just rinse/repeat the same old formula for another six months.

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Report this Mar. 10 2013, 11:57 am

An idea would be to make another film exploring the world of Captain Riker on board the USS Titan, picking up from where Nemesis left off.

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Report this Mar. 10 2013, 1:04 pm

I am a new boy here, but I have loved and enjoyed Star Trek since the 1960's.I admit I am not that knowledgeable of some of the TV Star Trek series, but, I have seen and enjoyed all the movies. This new series which is being shown in the UK, I find does nothing for me, all the characters are weak, the story lines are to, and the sets are nothing compared to the Gene Rodenberry productions, in truth they are an insult to the original Star Trek series and should have never been made. 


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