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something worth of note:


This page is to help Star Trek Enterprise live on past it's fourth season. We want to see more adventures of Captain Jonathan Archer and the valiant crew of the NX-01. Watch Enterprise on Netflix! Spread the word!


When Star Trek: Enterprise was cancelled, it's ratings were still good enough to keep it on the air. Studio and network politics were instrumental in it's demise. So the voyages of the NX-01, with Captain Archer, Trip, T'Pol, and the rest of the crew ended just as the show was finally beginning to get it's legs. Nearly all of us agree that the fourth and prematurely final season of Enterprise demonstrated that this show was a late bloomer.

A new day has dawned for the way television is produced. No longer do three networks decide what you get to watch. It started with cable. A place where the audience pays for the shows they love by subscribing. Now the next huge step has taken place. The ability to stream the shows you want, when you want them, from the Internet. Today, Netflix, Hulu, Kickstarter, and Amazon are challenging the way television is funded, and the way it is decided what gets made.

Interesting things have happened in the last year. Netflix began producing original programming, bringing back popular shows that the stodgy old programming model had done away with. "Arrested Development" is back in production. "House of Cards" with Kevin Spacey is doing well. The producer of "Veronica Mars" raised 3 million dollars on Kickstarter to make a movie from a show that the network thought no one watched.

Can we get that fifth season of Enterprise which chronicles the Romulan War? See our crew back with a dazzling refit NX-01? Folk's, It ain't impossible. Throughout Star Trek's history, it's fans have moved mountains. We can do this, it's it not that difficult. Watch Enterprise on Netflix. Even if you just run an episode while working around the house, that will build numbers, and attract attention. One thing we know for certain, the apparatus that brings us the shows we love will follow the money.

JJ Abram's is making Trek movies. If we're lucky (and you enjoy his take on Gene Roddenberry's masterpiece) we get one every 2-3 years. We've learned something from this Star Trek drought... we miss that golden age of Star Trek, with it's intimate storylines. So gang, spread the word, share the FB page, and most of all, run Enterprise on Netflix. It ain't over til it's over, and we're owed three more season of Enterprise. We can't be afraid of the wind.

*done my part spreading the word*
Lt. Commander
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# 2
04-04-2013, 09:49 AM
It's a shame the chance of this working is so infinitesimally low. I really did enjoy Enterprise, for what it was, and any sort of new Star Trek show going on would be reason to celebrate.
Survivor of Romulus
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# 3
04-04-2013, 10:00 AM
I was just about to post that u beat me lol Long live Enterprise. Lets do our best to get her (And hopefully that NX-Refit) Back on our screens!
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# 4
04-04-2013, 10:04 AM
Loved this show!! I want moar seasons! Too bad Trip wont be in the new season though, he was the man
Lt. Commander
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# 5
04-04-2013, 10:05 AM
Originally Posted by dauntlessf05 View Post
Too bad Trip wont be in the new season though, he was the man
Trip was easily one of my favorite members of the cast. And dang did he die like a man.
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# 6
04-04-2013, 10:11 AM
Why would Trip not be in season 5? Even if we take "These Are the Voyages..." as canon (personally, I think it was a bad holodeck program Riker was running), it was supposed to be a jump years into the future, ten years I think. Plenty of time for more ENT.

The downside I see is that the actors haven't been kept on ice all this time - they're all visibly older than they were.

Also, I cannot in good conscience lend my report to any proposal which I cannot read without gritting my teeth. You do not need to put an apostrophe before every single terminal S!! That's to be used when the terminal S is part of a contraction (as in "that's", a contraction of "that is"), to indicate something has been taken out in contracting two (or sometimes more) words into one. It is not merely "a thing that goes in front of an S!" </rant>
"Science teaches us to expect -- demand -- more than just eerie mysteries. What use is a puzzle that can't be solved? Patience is fine, but I'm not going to stop asking the universe to make sense!" - David Brin, "Those Eyes"
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# 7
04-04-2013, 10:19 AM
Well a New Season of Arrested Development is coming out May 26 on Netflix, so............ why not push for Enterprise to do the same?
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# 8
06-27-2013, 11:03 AM
Originally Posted by tatyanasergei View Post
It's a shame the chance of this working is so infinitesimally low. I really did enjoy Enterprise, for what it was, and any sort of new Star Trek show going on would be reason to celebrate.
Hey the facebook campaign worked for people who Wanted a new Star Wars Battlefront game.
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# 9
04-04-2013, 10:17 AM
I might get Netflix just because of this.

Long live Enterprise! It may have had a rough start, but so did TNG, DS9, and VOY. All of which got the seven seasons they deserved.

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