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Braga Inks Deal

Friday, September 12th, 2014


Trek writer/producer Brannon Braga has signed a two-year deal to develop new projects.

The deal was signed and Braga will be staying with 20th Century Fox Television.


Trek Actor Emmy Nominations

Monday, July 14th, 2014


Several people associated with Trek series or movies have been nominated for Emmys.

The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards winners will be announced next month.


Braga’s Supernatural Salem

Friday, February 28th, 2014


Salem, a new show to air April 20, is being executive produced by Star Trek‘s Brannon Braga.

Braga spoke about the show, which is “a unique blend of The Exorcist with a little David Lynch thrown in.”

Braga’s Back!

Monday, October 15th, 2012

Fans of Brannon Braga (Star Trek: The Next Generation through Star Trek: Enterprise) are pleased that he is again involved with a Star Trek project.

This time, Braga has been working with Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett to pen IDW Publishing’s Hive comic book series.


Braga: Crossover That Never Happened

Thursday, September 13th, 2012

If Brannon Braga had had his way, an iconic Star Trek character would have made a guest star appearance in Star Trek: Enterprise.

Crossovers were nothing new for Star Trek or for Braga, who controversially put Commander Riker and Counselor Troi in the finale to Star Trek: Enterprise.


Fox Cancels Terra Nova

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

After only a single season, Terra Nova, executive produced by Star Trek‘s Brannon Braga, has been dropped by Fox.

In Terra Nova, humans from a futuristic world traveled back to prehistorical times to escape a polluted and overcrowded Earth.


Braga On Enterprise: The Good And The Bad

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

Brannon Braga spoke about his time working on Star Trek: Enterprise, including favorite and least favorite stories and the early demise of the series.

Star Trek was at its best when exploring current day issues in the futurist setting and Star Trek: Enterprise was no exception. “…the AIDS-metaphor episode with T’Pol was very strong,” said Braga. “It had to do with Vulcan mind melds, at that point in Vulcan history, being something that was considered taboo. To me, that’s an interesting exploration of Star Trek and also tells us something about people who are ostracized.”


Braga: Favorite Episodes And Seven Of Nine

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Brannon Braga worked on Star Trek beginning with Star Trek: The Next Generation as an intern, and the veteran writer and creator shared his memories, both good and bad, of his Star Trek work.

Star Trek: The Next Generation ended with All Good Things…, an episode of which Braga is proud and one which fans enjoyed as well. “I’m proud of that for a lot of reasons,” he said. “Top of the list, it was just a really great two-hour episode of TNG that fully explored the characters and the sentimentality of where they started, where they are and where they’re going. It had a great science-fiction premise. And it kind of achieved the impossible. I have no recollection of how Ron Moore and I did it, but it was a great ending to a great series. It didn’t disappoint.”

Braga On Lack Of Trek Gay Characters

Monday, January 24th, 2011

According to Brannon Braga, if a televised Star Trek show was being produced today, there would probably be a gay character in the show.

Braga, involved with three of the televised series and two Star Trek movies, explained why even though there were discussions on the matter, no gay character was included in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Voyager or Enterprise. “It was a shame for a lot of us that … I’m talking about the Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and there was a constant back and forth about well how do we portray the spectrum of sexuality. There were people who felt very strongly that we should be showing casually, you know, just two guys together in the background in Ten Forward.”


New Photos From Terra Nova

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Terra Nova, the Steven Spielberg dinosaur drama, will have a two-day preview on May 23-24, to be followed by the premiere this fall and thirteen photos from the series can be seen now.

Brannon Braga is an executive producer on the show which features a family traveling back in time to prehistoric Earth, in hopes of saving the human race.


Braga Sole Terra Nova Writing Executive Producer

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Terra Nova, the Stephen Spielberg prehistoric dinosaur drama, has undergone an executive producer change.

David Fury (24, Lost) is leaving the series, due to “creative differences.” According to a source, Fury was “beloved by the producers on the show, but it just didn’t work out.”


Braga: Darker Enterprise And Different Voyager Finale

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

Brannon Braga and Rick Berman had a different Star Trek: Enterprise in mind than what actually ended up airing, plus Braga says that if he could redo the Star Trek: Voyager finale, he would make a surprising change.

Had Berman and Braga had their way, fans would have seen some Earth-bound shows for Enterprise, especially in the beginning. “Rick Berman and I had a little bit more of a raw conception of Enterprise than maybe the studio was comfortable with,” explained Braga. “It was actually set on Earth for a while – the building of the first starship, kind of like J.J.’s. We wanted to do the launch of the first starship and take it maybe a little bit more retro, and we initially didn’t have the futuristic temporal cold war aspect of it.”


More Details On Spielberg’s Terra Nova

Monday, June 7th, 2010

In April, TrekToday reported that Brannon Braga would be a part of Steven Spielberg‘s prehistoric dinosaur drama, Terra Nova. More details on Terra Nova and casting news have emerged.

Jason O’Mara (Life of Mars, U.S. version) is in talks to play the lead in Terra Nova.


Braga To Join Dinosaur Drama

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Former Star Trek writer/producer Brannon Braga will be part of Steven Spielberg‘s prehistoric drama, Terra Nova.

Braga will be the executive producer/showrunner for the Spielberg/Peter Chernin show, which has been given an order to produce thirteen episodes.


Braga Signs Deal with Fox TV

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Brannon Braga, Star Trek writer/producer, and co-creator of Flash Forward, has signed a new deal with 20th Century Fox TV.

The new deal, worth seven figures to Braga, will see Braga developing projects for the studio, as well as working on either a new or an existing twentieth show next season.