Star Trek:Discovery (2017)

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Re: Star Trek:Discovery (2017)

Postby mr.negativity » Mon Mar 04, 2019 2:39 pm

The Shadow wrote:Back in the beginning of February, Youtube channel Midnight's Edge released a video called "Star Trek Discovery: The Prime Deception – CBS and Paramount Viacom Rights Explained". The video looks at the history of Star Trek ownership to the present state and why the current Star Trek productions are significantly different from everything 1966-2005 (TOS, TNG, DS9, VOY, ENT, & the movies). In short, everything from the 2009 movie to the present is created under an alternate Star Trek license and is not a part of the original Star Trek (both the Kelvin universe of the movies and the "Prime" universe that Kelvin universe diverges from).

NSFW warning, in quoting some articles there are a couple-three instances of strong cuss words used.

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Midnight's Edge also released a shortened version of the above video called "Why the Star Trek Prime Timeline is NOT Canon Explained" which I do not believe has the quoted cussing (they were in the longer ownership sections that are mostly trimmed in this version).

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Midnight's Edge Mar 3, 2019:
Robert Meyer Burnett weighs in on Star Trek Discovery and the Prime Canon Timelines confusion
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Re: STAR TREK: SECTION 31

Postby mr.negativity » Mon Mar 11, 2019 12:07 pm

Screen Rant February 14, 2019:
Star Trek's Section 31 Explained: History, Discovery & Future TV Show

Deadline March 11, 2019:
CBS Execs Open Up About Overall Writer Deals, ‘90210’ Reboot & Michelle Yeoh ‘Star Trek’ Spin-Off – INTV
Peter White wrote:CBS execs David Stapf, Julie McNamara and Deborah Barak lifted the lid on a variety of topics including becoming a “bona fide” premium studio, its appetite for overall writer deals, its forthcoming 90210 reboot and its Michelle Yeoh-fronted Star Trek spin-off.

In Star Trek news, Stapf revealed that the Michelle Yeoh-fronted spin-off, Section 31, which is at CBS All Access, will shoot in Toronto but that “it’s a good couple of years away”.


Deadline March 18, 2019:
‘Star Trek: Discovery’: Two Major New Characters To Exit At End Of Season 2
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Re: Star Trek:Discovery (2017)

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