Star Trek: Discovery [SPOILERS]

Ockie

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#3
I think I just creamed my underwear!!!!

But only in 2017? So loooooong still! :-(
 

falcon786

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#4
Nice,TV series are really big these days and they are easily attracting big name actors also because of the quality of production.
 

TJ99

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Oh hell yeah, the last lame cash-in attempt turned out great. :whistling: What could possibly go wrong?

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ponder

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Oh hell yeah, the last lame cash-in attempt turned out great. :whistling: What could possibly go wrong?
I liked Enterprise. Thing is decent sci-fi tv is dead, there's no market for it. Only thing you are gonna get is probably some weak sci-fi melodrama crap.

Firefly for example was a great series, that got canned before the end of season 1.
 

ponder

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I enjoyed Star Trek: Enterprise
Was better than some of the other ones & had a lot of potential.

I doubt we will ever see good sci-fi tv again, simply no market for it. Latest batch of sci-fi movies have also been crap as far as i'm concerned, watered down stuff in order to appeal to the masses.
 

TJ99

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I enjoyed Star Trek: Enterprise
You also enjoy men so I wouldn't take your opinion too seriously :p

I liked Enterprise. Thing is decent sci-fi tv is dead, there's no market for it. Only thing you are gonna get is probably some weak sci-fi melodrama crap.

Firefly for example was a great series, that got canned before the end of season 1.
Then why do they insist on using the names of good sci-fi series to make new stuff? Obviously there is a demand and they are cashing in on it.

BTW, Firefly was a great series but in a "hey this is fun" rootin' tootin' six-shootin' way, not in a serious sci-fi way. Kind of like Dark Matter is now. In fact Dark Matter is almost exactly like it, except everyone has memory loss.
 
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