Thursday, August 02, 2007
Trek lives on....
...and on and on and on.
I've always known that Star Trek, in one incarnation or another, would never die. I figure every ten years or so we'll get hit with some 'new' version of the series, boldly going where no man has gone before. (Had to say it.)
When I first heard of a group of people producing NEW episodes of the ORIGINAL Trek, I pictured a bunch of amateurs stumbling around a make-shift set. Something a little less flattering than that long-ago Saturday Night Live Star-Trek parody.
But after visiting the website for the show, it appears that these guys are professionals. The first episode directed by none other than David Gerrold.
The first two episodes are already available for download. How could I have missed this for so long? Have I removed myself that far from the world of the uber-Geek?
The next webisode, "The World Enough and Time", is up next starring none other then George Takei, our own Sulu. There's a list of upcoming episodes here.
I'll report back after I've watched a couple.
Live long and Prosper.
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