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'Entertainment Tonight' Reveals Enterprise Interiors

By Christian
July 10, 2001 - 12:20 AM

'Entertainment Tonight' Enterprise Teaser - copyright ET, courtesy Section31.com Just a day after fans were able to get their first external view of Jonathan Archer's Enterprise, they will also be treated to an exclusive tour of the ship's interior. Tuesday's edition of 'Entertainment Tonight' will feature a behind-the-scenes look at Series V as well as an interview with series star Scott Bakula.

The feature was announced in a small teaser clip that aired during today's edition of the show. The small clip included a voiceover announcing the segment, and showed a few seconds of Bakula leading ET host Mark Steines around one of the sets. In addition, Bakula was shown trying to wrestle with a studio or cargo door. The door won.

Courtesy of Section 31, several photos of the preview segment are now online, giving a first look at one of the Enterprise sets:

'Entertainment Tonight' Enterprise Teaser - copyright ET, courtesy Section31.com 'Entertainment Tonight' Enterprise Teaser - copyright ET, courtesy Section31.com

'Entertainment Tonight' Enterprise Teaser - copyright ET, courtesy Section31.com 'Entertainment Tonight' Enterprise Teaser - copyright ET, courtesy Section31.com

'Entertainment Tonight,' which is produced by Star Trek studio Paramount Pictures, has a long history of airing Trek exclusives. Earlier series were also given their first public introductions on the show, and most recently the Voyager finale was heavily promoted by 'Entertainment Tonight.' With tomorrow's segment, Paramount will be able to inform millions of viewers about the new show.

While the preview has already aired on most of the East Coast, West Coast viewers will still be able to see it in today's edition of the show. Exact airdates for both today's and tomorrow's show can be found on the official 'Entertainment Tonight' web site.

To see the original shots at Section 31, please follow this link. Thanks go out to Donna at Project Quantum Leap for this!

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