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# 1 Give us Deep Space nine back!
02-12-2010, 09:46 AM
To: Paramount Pictures

June 6, 1999 - Star Trek: Deep Space Nine ends its 7 year run, bringing to a close that extrodinary saga, and an era in the Star Trek Franchise.

November 27, 2000 - Stacy Powell and Doug Wilson join forces for a greater good...the Return of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine!

April 7, 2001 - After Recieving over 6,700+ Signatures for the HORIZONS Campaign to see Deep Space Nine returned either in a Motion Picture, or Television Mini-Series, 123petitions shuts down and the Horizons Petition is lost.

Today - You show your support for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Horizons Campaign by signing the petition.

Sign the Petition to get a Deep Space Nine Movie or T.V. Mini-Series.
Make a Difference! Lets continue the future!

http://www.petitiononline.com/ds9hrzns/petition.html

Greetings from Germany
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# 2
02-12-2010, 09:48 AM
Not to be negative but DS9 original cast could play in Starfleet geriatrics now.
Maybe a DS9 TNG!
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# 3
02-12-2010, 09:49 AM
Hmm. I could go for that. I was personally a Voyager fan, but DS9 was also pretty awesome.
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# 4
02-12-2010, 09:59 AM
With the release of the movie last year, I think there're gonna be stickin' to Abrams' timeline for the next couple o' years movie wise. But more than likely, it'd be in the runnin' for a TV series. I'm a Voyager fan also, but what I've seen of DS9, I've liked it.
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# 5
02-12-2010, 10:01 AM
Lol @ online petitions. You have to remember, No studio will ever run a series unless theres a sure way of creatign a substantial profit. Thats why the shows originally got cancelled, thats why enterprise got cancelled, Sarah Connor chronicles etc.

Just because you think it should come back, doesnt mean it will. The studio's are a business. If they dont see it making a substantial profit, the idea goes in the trash.
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# 6
02-12-2010, 10:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Captain_Zero
With the release of the movie last year, I think there're gonna be stickin' to Abrams' timeline for the next couple o' years movie wise. But more than likely, it'd be in the runnin' for a TV series. I'm a Voyager fan also, but what I've seen of DS9, I've liked it.

Deepspace nine was only good in the last episode or two of Season 5, and all of season 6 and 7. before thst, it was mind-numbingly tedious.

As for a new tv series, i wouldnt get your hopes up. Theyve got a new movie coming out next year, and unless that is a major hit, there definitly wont be a new series again.
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# 7
02-12-2010, 10:04 AM
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Originally Posted by tedgp123 View Post
Lol @ online petitions. You have to remember, No studio will ever run a series unless theres a sure way of creatign a substantial profit. Thats why the shows originally got cancelled, thats why enterprise got cancelled, Sarah Connor chronicles etc.

Just because you think it should come back, doesnt mean it will. The studio's are a business. If they dont see it making a substantial profit, the idea goes in the trash.
The entire point of the petition is to illustrate that there are enough people who are willing to watch the show to turn a profit.
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# 8
02-12-2010, 10:09 AM
Out of curiosity, what is the significance of Star Trek's 7 year cap?
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# 9
02-12-2010, 10:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Satcong
Not to be negative but DS9 original cast could play in Starfleet geriatrics now.
Maybe a DS9 TNG!
Its been a decade..., no, no they wouldnt be.
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# 10
02-12-2010, 10:19 AM
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Originally Posted by aggressor27 View Post
Out of curiosity, what is the significance of Star Trek's 7 year cap?
I think that was set by TNG's 7-years before they went to the big screen in '94. They just stuck with the 7-year run that TNG established, I think.
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