Now, I'm aware that the chances of this are very, very slim. But if Discovery ends up a huge success and sufficiently revives widespread interest in TV Trek to motivate the airing of multiple Trek series at once (as in the 90s), could Enterprise be brought back? I'd love to see the planned story arcs for a fifth season pan out. There's precedent - the HBO series Deadwood wasn't a big ratings draw by any means (though it was critically adored) and it was hugely expensive to air so it was cancelled at the end of the third season. Ian McShane, one of the main stars, responded to questions about the show for years by saying it was "dead". Now, more than 10 years later, a revival has been greenlit by HBO and is tentatively moving forward in the stages of pre-production. HBO also revived Entourage for a movie. Netflix saved Arrested Development years after it was cancelled. Prison Break was revived years after the show ended simply because a bunch of people were rewatching the show. Of course, it depends on distributors having some conviction that there's a demand for Enterprise's return, as well as the availability of the core actors, to even begin to consider putting this in place. But who knows? If Discovery is big and interest in Trek is booming, then why not? Come on Netflix, you know you want to.