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Moore: No Deep Space Nine Regrets

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014


Star Trek Writer/Producer Ronald D. Moore participated in a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” session and spoke about his time working on Star Trek and on Trek’s future.

Topics included how he got into writing for Trek, Deep Space Nine, Dukat, Q, favorite memories from his time on The Next Generation, and Star Trek: Generations‘ Soran.


Moore: Trek’s Future

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014


Star Trek Writer/Producer Ronald D. Moore shared his opinion regarding the future of the Star Trek franchise.

According to Moore, Trek rightly belongs on television.


Moore And Behr: Hitting The Ground Running

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

For Star Trek writer/producers Ronald D. Moore and Ira Steven Behr, there was no honeymoon period when it came to writing for Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Both joined the show during its third season and had to hit the ground running.


Moore Misses Trek

Monday, October 15th, 2012

Fans attending Destination Star Trek London next weekend will see Star Trek Writer/Producer Ronald D. Moore as well as all five Star Trek television show captains.

Moore spoke about his time working on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine; and revealed how he feels about the Klingons, and what he wanted to do when he first joined Deep Space Nine.


Moore To Adapt Outlander Novels

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

Ronald D. Moore (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager) will be adapting Diana Gabaldon‘s fantasy/romance/adventure Outlander series.

The Outlander books are a series of seven books that have sold over twenty million copies since publication began. An eighth title is due out next year.


Star Trek 100-Page Spectacular Preview

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

For Star Trek comic fans, a new release to hit stores tomorrow features four Star Trek stories.

The Star Trek 100-Page Spectacular was written by John Byrne, Scott Tipton, David Tipton and Stuart Moore. Artwork was created by Byrne, David Messina, Federica Manfredi and Mike Hawthorne, while the cover was created by Joe Corroney.


Major Networks Announce Fall Shows

Monday, May 16th, 2011

More news on shows involving Star Trek actors, producers or writers has emerged from Hollywood, with some shows making the cut while others got the ax.

From the three big networks, first up is CBS, which announced that William Shatner‘s $#*! My Dad Says has been cancelled after airing eighteen episodes.


Moore Magic Drama Pilot Is A Go

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

The pilot for Ron Moore‘s (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager) magic drama (with a working title of 17th Precinct) has been picked up by NBC.

17th Precinct is an ensemble police drama, set in the fictional town of Excelsior where the world is ruled by magic, not science. The drama has been described as an “adult Harry Potter-type” show.

Moore has other projects in the pipeline, including The McCulloch, about men and women on a fictional Coast Guard cutter who travel around the world.

Moore To Produce New Drama

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

Ronald D. Moore (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager) will be producing a new magic drama for NBC.

The project comes from Sony TV, with whom Moore signed a two-year deal back in May.

The drama is described as an adult Harry Potter-type show, set in a world that is ruled not by science, but by magic. According to Entertainment Weekly, it is a “police procedural set in a world of magic.”

Moore: Deep Space Nine’s Influence On Battlestar Galactica

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Battlestar Galactica benefitted from some of the trials and tribulations that Ron Moore faced while working on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

When it came to Deep Space Nine, Moore discovered that he liked the serialized nature of the show, particular as it got into the later seasons. “I think a lot of Battlestar was born at Deep Space Nine in that Deep Space started as much more episodic because of the nature of the show, it became more a continuing serialized structure,” said Moore. “I really liked that, and I discovered I really liked that style of storytelling.”


A Trek Series Would Interest Moore

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

If offered the chance to do a Star Trek series of his own, Ronald D. Moore (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) would think about it.

Moore, co-creator of the modern Battlestar Galactic and its spinoff Caprica, spoke about Star Trek as well as his work on BSG.


Syfy In Talks With Moore About New BSG

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Battlestar Galactica/Caprica Executive Producer Ron Moore may be adding another Battlestar series to his resume if Syfy has their way.

Syfy is in talks with former Star Trek Writer/Producer Moore for another Battlestar series, which will reportedly return to Battlestar Galactica‘s roots.


Star Trek Alumni Emmy Nominations

Friday, July 17th, 2009

The 61st Emmy nominations have been announced, and several familiar Star Trek names are on the list.

As reported by Emmys TV, William Shatner has been nominated again for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role of Denny Crane in Boston Legal. This is Shatner’s sixth nomination for his portrayal of Crane. Twice before Shatner has won the Emmy; once in 2004 for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for The Practice, where Denny Crane was first introduced, and again in 2005 in the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category for his portrayal of Crane on Boston Legal. (more…)

Moore’s Virtuality Not Dead

Saturday, May 30th, 2009

Although it appeared that Ronald D. Moore‘s Virtuality was as good as dead, FOX has changed its mind about the show and additional episodes are now planned for production.

As reported by Airlock Alpha, an entry in Doug Drexler‘s blog shared the good news with his readers. “We got the word that a show we thought was dead is now on the fast track,” said Drexler, who was the CG supervisor for the Virtuality pilot. “It’s Ron Moore’s Virtuality. It just goes to show you how this business goes. It was dead, dead, dead…now it’s alive, alive, alive…and they want it now, now, now!” (more…)