Brannon Braga berättade nyligen för TV Zone
(via the Great Link
) om svårigheterna med att få igång Enterprise.
"Quite frankly, the only real hurdle we had to overcome when trying to get Enterprise off the ground was that some people weren’t totally sold on the idea. There were a few individuals at the studio who wondered, and perhaps rightly so, ‘Shouldn’t Star Trek be a show about always moving forward? Shouldn’t it be in the 24th century and beyond? Is it the right thing to go backwards? The audience knows what happens already’ If you stop and think about it, though, the latter comments doesn’t hold water. It’s all fiction, and Sci-Fi to boot, which means that anything can happen and at any point in time. As a result of all this it took a while to get the programme going but it was a blessing in disguise. It would have been a real shame had this series premiered while Voyager was still on the air. The show definitely needed its own space, and that’s what it got."
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