Okay guys and gals forward thinking... Currently 3-D is a niche for theatrical FX and animated movies. For TV there are some sports and about 3 cable/satellite linear channels and a couple of on-demand 3-D channels for niche programming. The thought of scripted dramas on TV in 3-D was just a thought a year ago. Yesterday in the TV industry magazine Broadcasting & Cable there was an article about Primetime television dramas being in 3-D. Here is what James Cameron said via Google cache: Now we already know that Paramount wants Trek XII shot in 3-D. That's fine and good as it's theatrical movie distribution. CBS Television is already looking into converting Star Trek older TV episodes into 3-D for further income from that older profitable property. In 3 years from now Trek XIII will be in preproduction or else there will be development on the next Trek TV series. The TV landscape may have changed by then and Viacom (owner of CBS Television) may have 1 or 2 national 3-D channels. HBO and Showtime may have 3-D channels by then. If the next Trek TV series were shot in 3-D then we are back at the question from this thread: What channel should a new Trek TV series be on?