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2000-04-05 00:00:00 - Re: Series V Concept Approved? - (Jon Stipe <JonStipe@prodigy.net>)


Brian Barjenbruch wrote: > > > I think the rumor about the twin Sevens in Voyager's last season is a > > better idea. > > That was an April Fools' joke! By now I'm only 52% sure of that. But my point was that I think this "Lex Luther goes back in time to destroy the Federation!" idea is even worse. -Jon

2000-04-05 00:00:00 - Re: Series V Concept Approved? - (Jon Stipe <JonStipe@prodigy.net>)


Bexar wrote: > So I have a couple of questions. First, anybody out there wants to give > their first impression of this rumor? I think the rumor about the twin Sevens in Voyager's last season is a better idea. This might have potential for a movie or something, but I have doubts about getting a whole series out of this. > Second, doesn't this sound the > opposite of Andromeda which is suppose to come out about the same time. Here > we have a person from the future coming back into the past to try to destroy > the Federation. While in Andromeda the goodguy (Kevin Sorbo) end up in the > future and tries to rebuild the CommonWealth. > > Bexar Yeah, but Andromeda isn't a Trek series. Fortunately for Andromeda. -Jon

2000-04-05 00:00:00 - Re: Series V Concept Approved? - (A Mohap <NOSPAMamol_moh@hotmail.com>)


> > Bexar wrote: > > > So I have a couple of questions. First, anybody out there wants to give > > their first impression of this rumor? > > I think the rumor about the twin Sevens in Voyager's last season is a > better idea. This might have potential for a movie or something, but I > have doubts about getting a whole series out of this. Why did they bring the 29th cent time travel into the equation? That was pretty lame. A whole series with just the BoTF would be better. Time traveler trying to prevent BoTF? They'll probly refine it but I hope they bring back James Cromwell as Z Cochrane. If not, then at least Lily. Maybe the next TNG movie will introduce the next series? I hope not. It should be Voyager who does this. I think they SQUEEZED the 29th century side story to satisfy the fans who watch ST to learn about the distant future but they should just focus on making a good show and the people will follow. > > > Second, doesn't this sound the > > opposite of Andromeda which is suppose to come out about the same time. Here > > we have a person from the future coming back into the past to try to destroy > > the Federation. While in Andromeda the goodguy (Kevin Sorbo) end up in the > > future and tries to rebuild the CommonWealth. > > > > Bexar > > Yeah, but Andromeda isn't a Trek series. Fortunately for Andromeda. > -Jon

2000-04-05 00:00:00 - Series V Concept Approved? - (Bexar <jazz@hilconet.com>)


I'm home today from work. I went to both www.Trekweb.com & www.Trektoday.com which I often visit where I saw them saying according to their "Sources" a concept for the next Star Trek Series may have been approved. Spoiler Space ' ' '' ' '' ' ' ' ' ' ' Posted on TrekWeb Posted: 20:05:55 EDT on April 04 By: Krutzler Dept: Star Trek " Well it looks like the cat's out of the bag at TrekToday again. I can't say I'm not surprised, but I am a little annoyed considering I had hoped to break this story. But what can I say about leaky sources? No matter how much you try to patch them... Friendly banter aside, TrekWeb can confirm TrekToday's report today about the premise of series five. Note that I can confirm the report (as it's from the same source) but I cannot confirm its validity, even though this source insists his source is reliable. Yadda yadda... the word is that the new series has been approved by Paramount's Kerry McCluggage, head of television productions and is a sort of 'Birth of the Federation' concept with a 'Braga-esque' twist. What's the twist? Well, apparently a traveler from the 29th century goes back in time to stop the founding of the Federation. This is supposed to relieve the problem that an entire series based on the beginning of the Federation would be pre-ordained. So there it is. No further confirmation from anyone else, but this is the same source who managed to get the original Troi/Barclay news, the second Troi/Barclay news, and a few others to me before leaking it to someone else who leaked it to TrekToday before he could get further confirmation, so like Christian over at TrekToday pointed out: it's just the latest in a long line of rumors. May commenting commence... " So I have a couple of questions. First, anybody out there wants to give their first impression of this rumor? Second, doesn't this sound the opposite of Andromeda which is suppose to come out about the same time. Here we have a person from the future coming back into the past to try to destroy the Federation. While in Andromeda the goodguy (Kevin Sorbo) end up in the future and tries to rebuild the CommonWealth. Bexar

2000-04-06 00:00:00 - Re: Series V Concept Approved? - (havoc <havoc@ucs.net>)


Bexar wrote: > I'm home today from work. I went to both www.Trekweb.com & > www.Trektoday.com which I often visit where I saw them saying > according to > their "Sources" a concept for the next Star Trek Series may have been > approved. > Spoiler Space > ' > ' > '' > ' > '' > ' > ' > ' > ' > ' > ' > Yadda > yadda... the word is that the new series has been approved by > Paramount's > Kerry McCluggage, head of television productions and is a sort of > 'Birth of > the Federation' concept with a 'Braga-esque' twist. What's the twist? > Well, > apparently a traveler from the 29th century goes back in time to stop > the > founding of the Federation. I've got ONE question..... How will they fit in Holodeck episodes?? -Havoc Betting that suddenly Holodecks will be back-invented to Pre-Federation. (Now that I think about it, didn't Edison invent the Holodeck?)

2000-04-06 00:00:00 - Re: Series V Concept Approved? - (Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk>)


Bexar <jazz@hilconet.com> wrote > ' > Posted on TrekWeb > Posted: 20:05:55 EDT on April 04 > By: Krutzler > Dept: Star Trek > > " Well it looks like the cat's out of the bag at TrekToday again. I > can't say I'm not surprised, but I am a little annoyed considering I had > hoped to break this story. But what can I say about leaky sources? No matter > how much you try to patch them... Friendly banter aside, TrekWeb can confirm > TrekToday's report today about the premise of series five. Note that I can > confirm the report (as it's from the same source) but I cannot confirm its > validity, even though this source insists his source is reliable. Yadda > yadda... the word is that the new series has been approved by Paramount's > Kerry McCluggage, head of television productions and is a sort of 'Birth of > the Federation' concept with a 'Braga-esque' twist. What's the twist? Well, > apparently a traveler from the 29th century goes back in time to stop the > founding of the Federation. This is supposed to relieve the problem that an > entire series based on the beginning of the Federation would be > pre-ordained. So there it is. No further confirmation from anyone else, but > this is the same source who managed to get the original Troi/Barclay news, > the second Troi/Barclay news, and a few others to me before leaking it to > someone else who leaked it to TrekToday before he could get further > confirmation, so like Christian over at TrekToday pointed out: it's just the > latest in a long line of rumors. > May commenting commence... " 't'ain't true. This *was* one of the pitches Brannon and Rick made though - they described it as a "Fugitive" in space. I'm telling you, Trek SEALS it is... -- -- "Oh, go away. Repress someone else."

2000-04-08 00:00:00 - Re: Series V Concept Approved? - (TC <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com>)


Citizen G'Kar wrote >... > > > >'t'ain't true. This *was* one of the pitches Brannon and Rick made though - >they described it as a "Fugitive" in space. > >I'm telling you, Trek SEALS it is... I hope you are right. Birth of the Federation just sounds like a bad idea. TC >-- >"Oh, go away. Repress someone else."

2000-04-08 00:00:00 - Re: Series V Concept Approved? - (Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk>)


TC <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com> wrote > >I'm telling you, Trek SEALS it is... > > > I hope you are right. Birth of the Federation just sounds like a bad idea. > Somebody really should tell Trekweb. -- -- "Oh, go away. Repress someone else."