Re-booting TNG For TV?

Discussion in 'Future of Trek' started by Jetfire, Aug 18, 2011.

  1. Jetfire

    Jetfire Guest

    A TNG re-boot for TV could be awesome...if done like the 2009 movie which all of you liked so much. :p
     
  2. CaptainMatt

    CaptainMatt Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    No no I don't really want a rebooted TNG series. If they are going to make another series, just make it something more original than yet one more reboot in a popular fantasy franchise. Only one thing worse than sequels i my book, and that is endless reboots!
     
  3. GemHaters

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    I always cringe when I read the word "reboot". It generally ends in disaster. I don't think anything needs to be rebooted, we simply need a new series all together. But unfortunately, with JJ Abrams' nuTrek, I don't see another series in the near future.
     
  4. infinix

    infinix Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Since all the rage now is mystery solving dramas (whether it be criminal or medical or judicial or international espionage), I fully expect the next Trek series to be some type of hybrid CSI/Law&Order/House/Dexter/etc. in space.
     
  5. The Castellan

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    Pity I hate CSI and Law and Order.
     
  6. Herkimer Jitty

    Herkimer Jitty Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Nahh, all they need to do to cater to that is have more in-depth analysis bits.

    TNG:

    Picard: "Data, you and Geordi analyze this shit."

    (Skip to the next scene, they've already analyzed it)

    Theoretical CBS Show:

    Picard: "Data, you and Geordi analyze this shit."

    (The next scene is Geordi and Data in a lab analyzing that shit. On the side, they're having personal conversations that reveal things about them as characters.)
     

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