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Old July 30 2014, 07:55 PM   #16
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Re: Any New Series on the Trek?

We are currently in a new golden age of television. Everyone is joining in, with both critical and popular success. HBO and AMC have opened the doors and now everybody wants to get in on the game. Netflix and other non-broadcast-based shows are exploding.

How in the world has Star Trek not joined in?

They're missing the new golden age!
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Old July 30 2014, 09:55 PM   #17
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Re: Any New Series on the Trek?

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I guess you could say Netflix are becoming their own network to an extent, what with House of Cards airing solely online there.

I'm sure I've heard theoretically how such a Star Trek arrangement might work, but of course given it's a franchise & so tied up with Paramount & such, it'd be highly unlikely to happen through them. Maybe one day with their own studio though, online could be a possibility...
Oh ya I agree, Netflix is starting to do, they produce their own content. Next step is live streaming and viewer interactions I think.

I meant the major tv networks(CBS, ABC, NBC), they're going the way of kodak and the dodo bird if they continue to let things pass them by.
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