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  1. Onto the Next Phase - A Star Trek Production Timeline
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1: Introduction

    Onto the Next Phase A Star Trek Production Timeline February 1973 Filmation Offices Los Angeles Lou Schiemer sat down at his desk, ready to get to work. He just couldn’t help but grin. He had secured a great contract that was going to help continue his company’s growth. Filmation had done...
  2. Star Trek: Lower Decks

    There's a new Star Trek series coming out soon about a bunch of Starfleet misifits who aren't on the Bridge. And it looks amazing 😉 What do you all think?
  3. Shahanshah of Xsassa

    Fixing the Franchise - an Alternate Star Trek TL
    Threadmarks: The Original Series

    February 16, 1967 - Star Trek "Space Seed" is aired. In the episode, the Enterprise crew encounter a sleeper ship holding selectively bred people from 20th and 21st century. Their leader, Khan Noonien Singh - one of the political leaders of 20th Earth supporting the cause of eugenics attempts...
  4. WI: "Star Trek" was shown in the East Bloc during the Cold War?

    Although in OTL, the East Bloc countries (especially Poland, Hungary, and the USSR) had a large degree of sci-fi fandom, they never aired the "Star Trek" Original or Next Generation series on TV, until after Communism fell in the 90s, nor they showed the Star Trek movies in theatres. In...
  5. Mr_ Bondoc

    Epic Geek Battle: A Pop Culture TL

    IDEA: Imagine the fates of the series of Star Trek and Doctor Who are switched. One will continuously run non-stop for 4 decades, to be revived again in a film 7 years later, and complete revival in the 21st century, serving as the backbone for a network. The other series will run for 3...
  6. THeaven

    Fawcett comics survives

    In 1949 National Comics tried and failed to both have Fawcett cease publication of Captain Marvel comics and have Republic Pictures withhold release of the Captain Marvel serial via a cease and desistin June 1941.When the action went unheeded, Detective and Superman, Inc. filed suit against...
  7. "Where Are We Going This Time": The Golden Age of Science Fiction

    Greetings all! I'm excited to share with you all this, my first timeline. I've been reading other people's for quite some time now, and decided that it was finally my turn to put my thoughts out on a page. So first, let me answer some questions that you may have. "What is this actually going...
  8. THeaven

    Nichelle Nichols leaves Star Trek in 67

    I don't know how much truth about the Meeting between Nichelle Nichols and Martin Luthur King Jr. Really influence her to staying on Star Trek but the idea comes what if King or Nichols missed the NAACP meeting for some reason and she left the role of Lt. Uhura after the first season to go back...
  9. THeaven

    Star Trek prequel in 1991

    In 1989 Star Trek V the final Frontier bombs so bad at the box office that it becomes the final film with the original cast. Because of the success of Star Trek the next generation it is decided by Paramount not to give up on the franchise but to make a prequel set during Kirk's academy days to...
  10. Star Trek: Enterprise; An alternate history of 21st century's science-fiction.
    Threadmarks: Prelude to Enterprise, Part I

    "- Houston, we have a problem. - What? - Have you ever watched Star Trek?" The first episode of Star Trek: Enterprise was aired on September 26, 2001 - fifteen days after unsuccessful attempt to destroy World Trade Center towers in the New York City, NY. Fifth live-action TV series set in the...
  11. Teriyaki

    Lieutenant Uhura Is Cast As a White Woman on Star Trek

    Point of Divergence ... Nichelle Nichols playing Lieutenant Uhura was a turning point in the history of science fiction. Prior to her there had been no men or women of color on any sci fi show. On Star Trek, she shared the first interracial kiss with William Shatner as Captain Kirk on TV. She...
  12. unclepatrick

    A Dream that became Reality: A Star Trek in 1968 snapshot

    "NBC was considering paying for a second Pilot. We were having to recast most of the roles. And then Desilu shut everything down. They were concern with how much they would have to spend. They were already developing one show that was expensive, Mission Impossible. They did not think that they...
  13. "These are the voyages" - Star Trek: Enterprise TLIAD

    Can someone remove this thread?
  14. Master Xion

    WI: Disney buys Star Trek

    What if instead of buying Star Wars in 2012, Disney bought the Star Trek Franchise instead? How would they handle the Abrams-verse movies, Discovery, and STO?
  15. Star Trek v Star Wars

    what of Star Trek decided to sew Star Wars for coping them? Would Star Wars win or lose? Would Star Trek replace Star Wars as the big sci-if movie?
  16. WI: More Romulans in Star Trek

    What if producers of Star Trek decided to strenghten Romulan plot in the series and make them appear more often, depicting Romulan Star Empire regime and systems of government? Will it make Star Trek more popular than OTL? Could Romulans be one of major races in ST movies (in OTL we have...
  17. Historyman 14

    A different Star Trek

    (Credit is due for Joshua Ben Ari and Emperor Norton I.) What if Paramount/ Viacom pick not to do Voyager, or Enterprise when they did? In this, Voyager is not made in 1995, but is turn into a book series. (Taking a page from the Star Wars EU and trust the authors.) DS9 ends in 1999 like OTL...
  18. Star Trek: What if the Enterprise-D or another Galaxy Class ship had been flung to the Delta Qudrant

    I've wondered this since Voyagers inception. What if it had been a Galaxy Class starship that was in the Delta Quadrant? Wouldn't it be safe to assume because of the size, crew and power that it would fare way better than Voyager had?
  19. WI: Star Trek IX has a Dominion-centered plot?

    I'm a lifelong trekkie and was excited for Star Trek Insurrection before it came out (I was 15). At the time I was deeply engrossed in Deep Space 9 and the Dominion War, and was hoping to see a sort of crossover film that saw the Enterprise-E embark on some sort of mission against Dominion...
  20. Brainbin

    That Wacky Redhead
    Threadmarks: Prologue: September 20, 1986

    September 20, 1986 We open on a lavishly decorated but somehow cozy and intimate interview room, with two empty chairs in the middle. Assorted flower arrangements are everywhere. Everything is in soft focus - an appropriate stylistic choice, for more reasons than one. Enter Baba Wawa -...
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