As long as it's not another Deep Space 9 catastrophe.
You know Hollywood, they always think they can make some better each time around.
Had it not been for one end of that wormhole being so close to Bajor, that entire sorry bunch would never have merited Star Fleet attention to begin with. Absolutely worthless all around (with Louise Fletcher perfect as the least likable cast member). Casting and story lines did them in: stay away from Bajor they were pretty good (especially the solar sailing episode).As for TV's newest reboot: expect lots of special effects and blitzkrieg-style editing trying to make up for relentlessly PC scripts. At least two queers per show, white guys are the principal villains and Earth is the predator, it's just taking us time to self-identify to all that....
I can envision a story line on par with Voyage to the bottom of the sea and special effects, where every encounter with a sea monster guarantees a family pack of 4th of July sparklers be set off behind a bank of ENIAC computers.Actual story lines have been replaced by CGI, where one geek with an Apple has replaced a writing staff of 12.Just watched the final episode of Castle, the Firefly star Nathan Fillion was castrated in the first scene and began receiving daily injections of estrogen and led around by a frail 90lb model.I see a gay Superman on the horizon, count on it.
I see a gay Superwoman on the horizon, count on it.
I've no doubt that's already written for next season on the current fag channel, CW I think.
Nathan Fillion as the new captain? http://www.scifiob.com/sfob-blog/rumor-mill-nathan-fillion-new-star-trek-captain
That's actually an excellent choice, but they better start the testosterone treatments now.After 8 years of estrogen injections and a castration, they have a serious battle ahead.
Who the hell is Nathan Fillion and why should I give a damn?
I had to look his photo up and I still don't know who he is.