Don’t expect any Star Trek TV until after big-screen sequel opens

No TV Star Trek until the movie sequel comes outBy Matthew Jackson, Source:

We’ve been waiting ever since Enterprise went off the air in 2005 for another Star Trek TV series, and it looks like we could get it courtesy of Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller and X-Men director Bryan Singer. Not so fast, though. Fuller warns that while he’s still aiming for a Trek TV revival, J.J. Abrams’ work comes first.

Fuller’s been mighty busy in the TV world lately, working on both the Silence of the Lambs spinoff Hannibal and the Munsters reboot Mockingbird Lane for NBC. But he hasn’t forgotten about Star Trek. Far from it. It’s just that when it comes to Trek, it’s all still in the hands of Paramount Pictures and J.J. Abrams. Continue reading

New Star Trek TV Show Could Draw On The Bryan Pool – Messrs. Fuller And Singer Talking About Collaborating

Could Star Trek be closer to being back on TV again?? Maybeby Brendon Connelly, Source: Bleeding

Bryans Fuller and Singer have each, individually, attempted to develop new TV versions of Star Trek in the past – and once upon a time, Fuller wrote for Deep Space Nine and Voyager.

Now that they’ve been teamed up on the modern-day Munsters reboot, Mockingbird Lane, the chaps have apparently come to realise that two Bryans are better than one. Continue reading