Could there be a new Star Trek TV series?
In the movie Star Trek, Nero created an alternate reality. Do you think this could be the the beginning for an all new series?
I'm no small fan of the franchise (I own all 30 seasons and 11 movies), but I say they should only do a new series if they have a good idea. They're out there. For instance, how about a series that follows a crew that isn't actually part of Star Fleet, like an independent band of mercenaries? Or a team within Section 31? Either way, according to some reports, we may shortly see a series get developed by a combination of Bryan Fuller and Bryan Singer. For a quick article on the subject, try: http://geektyrant.com/news/2012/2/6/a-n … appen.html
I had an idea of an anthology Star Treke Series that would focus on the darker side of Star Fleet--sort of like NCIS, Law and Order and Criminal Minds in jump suits. There was an old TV series call the Bold Ones, that featured one week about lawyers, another week about doctors and the third week about politicians. I think something like that could be interesting.
All your answers have been diverse and thoughtful. So far, I also see a lot of disagreements. This is good. IMO it means there's a lot of room and ideas for many excellent spin-offs. How about one involving the rebuilding of Vulcan.
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