I’m not talking about those who work on the shows themselves. I am referring to the Network Execs that make changes to fit their social agendas or whatever else instead of concentrating on a great product.bgiles73 wrote: ↑Wed Jan 19, 2022 8:52 pmNot all the folks working on the new shows are come and go. Jonathan Frakes has directed several episodes. Actors, writers , filming crew, creative design people, etc have added input here and there. Also, Deep Space Nine showed us that a good story didn’t need to be tied to a single starship to be a great adventure. I’m not trying to tell anyone what to like or not. I’m just saying the shows are starting to find their way and if the history of all the shows since TNG is anything to go by, then by the third season of each, that’s where the shows truly each became great.Visionary wrote: ↑Wed Jan 19, 2022 7:35 pmIf they hate Star Trek so much then why bother to ruin the franchise and lower its value for a big sale? They really don’t care because they jump jobs so easily. There is no loyalty to Star Trek from any of them,they just wanna make a name for themselves and a buck.
The recipe for Trek success is pretty easy. Cool characters on a ship in space interacting with other cool characters in space.
Is there a release date for Pike and Crew?
But hey I get it.Things change and not everybody has to like it.
Deep Space Nine was technically a ship in space that barely moved.
As for good Trek and good writing I’m patiently waiting for Orville Season 3. Former TNG writers and producers make it feel soooo good.