Courtesy of /Film. Haven't seen this around here yet. From my point of view, this is never going to happen. It's just not the right time. If CBS wanted a Star Trek show they'd already have one. They'll get 30 seconds into the pitch (if that) and CBS will tell them they aren't interested. It doesn't matter how much prep work they've already done, who their influences are or how much encouragement they've gotten from previous Trek alumni. CBS and Paramount don't want a new Trek series right now. They didn't want one from Shatner or Frakes and they don't want one from whomever this guy is. Especially with a concept that sounds no better then fan fiction, IMO. Now to get a little nerdy, Ok a lot, this is Star Trek after all. How would the destruction of Praxis affect any Post-Voyager events? That event happened at the beginning of Star Trek VI, about 100 years previous to the time they're talking about setting this new show. It was the Praxis incident, and what happened in ST6, that drove the Klingons into an eventual alliance with (not reliance on) the Federation that we see throughout the Next Gen shows. This is an example of why a new Star Trek show in the Prime Universe is never going to happen again and why Enterprise failed (that plus just plain bad writing, IMO). There is too much canon to keep track of and franchise history to contend with. A simple adventure show set in the JJverse that morphs into something bigger, and produced by Bad Robot, is how it's going to happen if anything. And just to add, I like how the article writer talks about how he'd like to see a Ron Moore influenced Star Trek show. Funny stuff considering there already is a couple out there.