Braga Might 'Step Back' From 'Enterprise'

By Michelle
May 25, 2004 - 6:25 PM

Brannon Braga the co-creator of Star Trek: Enterprise, may "take a step back" next season and allow one of the other writers on the series to take on more responsibility.

Speaking to Dreamwatch (excerpts via TrekWeb), Braga said that he was uncertain of his level of involvement in the series after the end of its third broadcast year.

"I'm not sure how I can top myself," he said.

Braga said he felt that the last season was the best of any Star Trek series he had worked on, but noted that Chris Black or Manny Coto might take over some of his responsibilities for the fall season.

As for himself, Braga is working on a new series with fellow Enterprise executive producer Rick Berman, which he described as being science fiction but "not sci-fi with people in spaceships, with aliens running around."

Dreamwatch #118 will be available later this month in the UK and next month in the US. Thanks to TrekWeb for the excerpts.

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