I'd watch any series that had either Star Trek, Star Wars or Doctor Who (my three personal faves) in it's title, it makes no difference to me who is at the helm (on or offscreen)
pitty much the same for me i just love sci-fi as long as i like the story ill watch it
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As an old Star Trek fan from 1969 - Yes, I would. TOS is still my favorite Star Trek era, and I have no real issues with a JJ Abrams series set in that era. ST09 was something the TNG feature films hadn't been in a long time -- entertaining.
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Given that the trends in SciFi TV shows right now are to full-season continuous story arcs, I would probably catch the first episode, miss one, get pissed of that I have no clue what's going on, wait for the series to end, and torrent the whole bloody mess.
I didn't enjoy the first JJTrek movie, but I caught it in the theatre and bought a copy simply because it has the Trek logo on it. Along the same lines, I hate the Dr. Who reboot but I keep watching and buying it - it may not be the same show it was but it's still Who.
That in mind, I never bothered to buy Enterprise - IMO it was even less trek than JJTrek was, and frankly I couldn't be asked to rewatch a single episode, so if a new series managed to be that terrible, there is a possibility that I would skip it entirely.
Final note I think a JJTrekverse based TV show is unlikely, for a multitude of reasons, but another ST show may happen, with darker, grittier stuff than even DS9, and a massive rewrite of canon. My guess its 1 or 2 seasons total, probably on a premier cable network like Stars or HBO, then to syndication, with a massive fan outcry a la Firefly and subsequent self-referential and unintelligible film.