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Keating: Enterprise – What Might Have Been

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

The creation of Star Trek: Enterprise Season Two on Blu-ray brought the seven actors all together for a cast reunion feature, In Conversation: The First Crew.

Before the reunion happened though, Keating did not realize that it would include all seven actors. “I had no idea until the morning we got there that they’d have everyone,” he said. “I thought it was going to be me, Connor, Anthony and… I think I’d heard Scott might come. Did I know John was coming? I may have known John was coming. But it was an absolute revelation to have Jolene there and Linda.”


Star Trek: Enterprise S2 Blu-Ray Release Date

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

More details have emerged on this summer’s release of Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2.

The details include the release date, which will be August 20th.


Star Trek: Enterprise Season Two Blu-Ray

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

Later this summer, the second season of Star Trek: Enterprise will be released on Blu-ray.

The second season will include six discs with all twenty-six episodes, and deleted scenes, outtakes and other newly-produced features.


SciFi Diner Podcast: Billingsley

Monday, May 13th, 2013

A new SciFi Diner Podcast features Star Trek: Enterprise‘s John Billingsley and Bonita Friedericy.

In the SciFi Diner Podcast, the hosts “share interviews, reviews, and opinions on popular and perhaps not-so-popular Science Fiction TV shows and movies.”


Drexler’s Bring Enterprise To Netflix Campaign

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

For many Star Trek: Enterprise fans, the show ended way too soon, and a group of fans, led by Doug Drexler, are hoping to bring a fifth season to Netflix.

“The voyages of the NX-01, with Captain Archer, Trip, T’Pol, and the rest of the crew ended just as the show was finally beginning to get it’s legs,” said Drexler. “Nearly all of us agree that the fourth and prematurely final season of Enterprise demonstrated that this show was a late bloomer.”


Bakula On Transporter Room 3

Monday, March 25th, 2013

Scott Bakula is a guest on a new episode of the Transporter Room 3 podcast.

The Transporter Room 3 podcast covers all things Star Trek; including movies, televised series, toys, “creepy cosplay,” books, etc.


Billingsley: Enterprise Gray Areas

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

For Star Trek: Enterprise‘s John Billingsley, Star Trek: Enterprise episodes that dealt with serious issues were the better ones.

So when Dear Doctor came along, Billingsley was happy, and for more than one reason. “I figured it probably would be controversial,” he said. “I had, to be honest with you, two reactions to it.”


Star Trek Enterprise In Blu-ray To Be Released

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

Good news for fans of Star Trek: Enterprise; the release date for the Blu-ray version of the first season has been announced.

And fans of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine andVoyager find out why Enterprise will be released ahead of those series.


Montgomery’s Miles Away

Friday, November 30th, 2012

Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Anthony Montgomery‘s Miles Away comic is now available for pre-order.

In Miles Away, shy teenager Maxwell Miles is an orphan with super photographic reflexes. After encountering alien refugees, Miles becomes involved in an interstellar war was turns out to be “connected to his family’s dark past.”


Trinneer: Revisiting Star Trek: Enterprise

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Connor Trinneer is in London for this weekend’s Destination Star Trek London convention, and he took time out to talk about playing Trip Tucker on the show.

One of the things Trinneer liked best about working on Enterprise was the different challenges he faced as an actor in the show, and he preferred the later years of the show. “From an acting standpoint, I always think that the first and the fourth years, for me, were really satisfying,” he said. “I really loved doing all four years, though. The great thing about the show was that for me, for the actor, it threw out a bunch of different things that I was asked to do, and for the most part they were a lot of fun.”


Five Trek Captains To Appear Together

Monday, April 16th, 2012

For Star Trek fans in the UK, October will prove to be an exciting month as all five Star Trek television captains; William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Avery Brooks, Kate Mulgrew and Scott Bakula, will be appearing on the stage at Destination Star Trek London.

Destination Star Trek London organizers claim that their event will be the “first official Star Trek live event in the UK for ten years.”


Bakula: Star Trek Enterprise A Victim Of Circumstance

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

Scott Bakula, Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Captain Archer, has his own view on why Star Trek: Enterprise did not do as well as other Star Trek television series.

Over time, according to Bakula, Star Trek: Enterprise was improving, with the last season being its best. “”I felt like our show got better and better,” he said, “and the overwhelming conversations I’ve had with people are like, ‘Oh man, that last season was the greatest. You guys were just hitting your stride.'”


Bakula To Play Lead In New Comedy Pilot

Monday, March 19th, 2012

Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Scott Bakula is set to take on a new lead role, in NBC’s Table For Three.

In Table For Three, Pen (Christine Wood), “a responsible, guarded, brilliant but emotionally challenged Harvard Medical School graduate who just returned from a stint with Doctors Without Borders to discover that her beloved dentist dad, Robert, has become engaged to Pen’s high school classmate Holly (Nicky Whelan) – a 29-year-old bubbly blonde who happens to be the ‘mean girl’ in high school.”

Bakula will be playing Pen’s dentist father.

Table For Three is produced by 20th Century Fox and executive produced by Dana Klein and Aaron Kaplan. Klein is also writing Table For Three, which will be directed by Pam Fryman.

Graham: T’Pol Was Soval’s Daughter

Friday, March 16th, 2012

When playing the Vulcan Soval, Gary Graham took suggestions and had some of his own to offer regarding his role as the Vulcan Ambassador to Earth.

“I asked Rick Berman who the Vulcans are,” said Graham. “I had gotten the role, so I had an inkling.  But Rick told me — they aren’t beings without emotion; on the contrary, they are so passionate, they realized they needed to learn how to suppress those emotions for their society to survive.  That was my key to understanding Vulcans.”


Montgomery Graphic Novel To Debut At WonderCon

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Anthony Montgomery (Travis Mayweather) will pre-launch his graphic novel concept Miles Away at WonderCon in Anaheim this weekend.

The sci-fi themed graphic novel features Max, a sixteen-year-old African-American superhero with super powers.