News BulletsBy Caillan
December 20, 2001 - 5:10 PM
- Enterprise will debut in Germany on September 13 2002 according to TrekNews.de. Pay TV viewers will see the series in May or June. Thanks to Jan Hendrik for this!
- According to an article at Sci-Fi Pulse, UK's Channel 4 has promised not to cut Enterprise when it airs the series in Summer next year.
- LCARSCom.net has posted an interview with Penny Juday, co-editor of Star Trek: The Magazine and Art Co-ordinator on the last four Trek movies.
- James Cromwell (Zephram Cochrane) was ordered Monday never to enter a Wendy's restaurant in the Virginia area following an animal rights protest in July. A full report can be found at the Trekker Newsletter.
- Rick Norwood's examined the Enterprise temporal cold war story arc in his latest Babylon 5.1 column.
- In the December 22 issue of TV Guide, Matt Roush included Enterprise in his 'Best of 2001' list. "This unpretentious adventure series, set 100 years before the original, has the feel of a Western, as a crew of interstellar pioneers (led by the likable Scott Bakula) fumble their way into strange new worlds," he wrote. "Their heroics are rough around the edege in all the right ways." Thanks to Bakula News for this!
- TrekWeb's O. Deus has written an analysis of Enterprise's season so far. "Ultimately the key difference between Enterprise ten episodes in and TNG, DS9 and Voyager ten episodes in, is that the failures of those shows often came from testing the limits," he said. "Enterprise's failures on the other hand are produced by conservative and derivative plots and a failure to take chances." The full article can be found here.
- Dominic Keating's (Malcolm Reed) official web site has been updated with a list of the actor's convention appearances for 2002.
- Over at About.com, Julia Houston has posted several high-quality Enterprise photos.
- Leonard Nimoy (Spock) was recently interviewed by BeliefNet about his photography work. Thanks to TrekWeb for this!
Find more episode info in the Episode Guide.