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By Christian
July 29, 2000 - 10:40 PM

Hello World!

It's interesting to see even the official Star Trek site use the term Series V now in their new production news section. One and a half years ago, when TrekToday had just launched, one of the first news items was about an article the Daily Sci-Fi (now IGN Sci-Fi) was running about the fifth series, listing some ideas for what they would want to see it. As I expected there would probably come a lot more stories about the fifth series in the years after that, and I didn't want to keep referring to it as 'the fifth series', I remember actually sitting down and deciding to use Series V to refer to the new series. As TrekToday became more popular, it was also interesting to see more and more people begin to refer to the series as Series V, though of course I have no idea if that actually had anything to do with TT - the name isn't so original that no one else would have been able to come up with it, after all. Even if TrekToday wasn't actually the first site to use it, though (and please do let me know if you remeber a reference from before that), it's great to see it spreaded so far.

Trek BBS Today

Below are some of the topics currently being discussed at the Trek BBS:

-A new set of forums have been added to the BBS - the Officers' Lounges, in Ten Forward. Read here what they are, and how you can access them.

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Poll Results

Below are the results of the most recent TrekToday poll:


What would be the best option for Series V?
Syndication 39% - (332 Votes)
CBS 30.4% - (259 Votes)
UPN/The Paramount Network 20.1% - (171 Votes)
The Sci-Fi Channel 10.3% - (88 Votes)

Total Votes: 850

Thanks for voting! Please also take part in our new poll, set up because of Wil Wheaton's birthday today:

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Happy Birthday!

Today is the 28th birthday of Wil Wheaton, who had a regular role on the Next Generation as Wesley Crusher. The new TrekToday poll has been set up in his honour. It's also the birthday of Julia Houston, Star Trek Guide at About.com's Star Trek Fans. Congratulations go out to both!

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