'Enterprise' Finale To Start Filming March 27By Christian
March 14, 2002 - 1:57 AM
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Filming on the Enterprise first-season finale is scheduled to begin two weeks from now, on Wednesday the 27th of March.
Sources reveal the final episode of Series V's first season will begin shooting on March 27th, and wrap up less than two weeks later, on the 8th of April. No title or story info is yet known, but the fact that the finale will be Enterprise's 26th hour and production will last less than two weeks suggest it will be a one-hour rather than a two-hour episode.
The final episode of this season is expected to air in late May. The pre-final episode of the year will likely be 'Two Days and Two Nights', the contents of which was revealed four days ago. A week before that UPN will air 'Desert Crossing', the episode featuring an appearance by real-life Enterprise crew members (story).
After production on the first-season finale has ended, the cast and crew will go on hiatus for a few months, with production on Enterprise's second season likely starting in late June or July again. The writing staff will presumably already start mapping out next season within the next few months.
As usual, please be aware that Paramount has released no official information about this episode yet, and until that happens, any such information from unofficial sources should be treated as you would any rumour.
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