Site ColumnsBy Caillan
May 11, 2003 - 4:18 AM
Channel 9 has struck again. Last night after Smallville they announced next week's episode would be the "season final". After only six or seven episodes? Goodness knows what they're bringing in to replace it, probably some lifestyle show like Watching Paint Dry or Building Fences. Or maybe they're extending lead-in show Strip Search to a one-and-a-half hour edition.
PS: You may have noticed that the episode guide isn't working. I broke it the other day. Normal service will be resumed as soon as the long-suffering Christian, who has endured many of my technical stuff-ups, is able to fix it. My apologies. If you're wondering, the average rating for "Regeneration" was 8.3.
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Trek Two Years Ago
These were some of the major news items on May 11, 2001:
- Paramount Confirms Enterprise, Announces Full Cast
Two years ago today, Paramount Pictures officially announced the fifth Star Trek series would be called Enterprise and star Scott Bakula in the lead role. "Obviously, I love the genre and am a long-time fan of Star Trek," Bakula said in a press release. Co-creator Rick Berman said he was pleased to have Bakula onboard. "We couldn't be happier. Scott personifies the charm and intelligence that the role calls for."
- Special Voyager TV Guide Covers Revealed
TV Guide published their May 14 issue with four different covers to commemorate the end of Star Trek: Voyager. Members of the cast and crew were interviewed by the magazine about their feelings on the show ending. "This was all new and exciting when we started, and it's much older now," said Tim Russ (Tuvok). "I think everybody's ready to move on."
- 'Renaissance Man' Photos Online
UPN released the first photographs from the last regular Voyager episode, "Renaissance Man", in which the Doctor assumed the identities of his crew mates to steal the ship's warp core.
More news items can be found in the archives.
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