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TrekToday - 'Storm Front Part Two' Scheduled To Begin Production Next Week

'Storm Front Part Two' Scheduled To Begin Production Next Week

By Kristine
July 21, 2004 - 9:19 PM

See Also: 'Storm Front, Part II' Episode Guide

The second half of Star Trek: Enterprise's fourth season opener, "Storm Front, Part Two," is scheduled to go into production next Monday, with a scheduled air date of October 15th, a week after the show's fourth season premiere on October 8th.

According to TrekWeb, the crew of the Enterprise will be meeting up with the aliens who are aiding the Nazis and hoping to change the course of Earth's history. Their leader, Vosk, is on the hunt for temporal agents who might seek to stop him. Aiding him is his assistant, Kraul, whose task is to question prisoners who are suspected temporal agents.

The episode was written by Manny Coto, who was recently promoted to co-executive producer alongside Brannon Braga and Rick Berman. Last season, Coto penned the episode "Chosen Realm" and "Similitude".

"Storm Front, Part Two" will be directed by David Straiton. Straiton has directed seven episodes of Enterprise, including "Anomaly" and "North Star".

As previously reported, the first part of "Storm Front" picks up where the third season finale, "Zero Hour" left off, with Archer in the hands of the Nazis in 1944. Archer quickly realizes the timeline has been tampered with.

Please note that these plot details have not yet been confirmed by Paramount Pictures or UPN and until such time you should treat this information as you would any other rumour from an unofficial source. The information comes from an early draft of the script and aspects of the episode may change before it goes to air.

"Storm Front, Part Two" will air on October 15th, 2004.

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