Eoghann over at Solar Flare wonders whether J.J. Abrams can successfully reboot Star Trek. Sure, Galactica was rebooted successfully, but it didn’t have the entrenched fanbase of Trek. Let’s say Abrams makes Trek XI into a really good film. Will the Trekies/Trekers embrace it? Can you have a successful reboot if the the fanbase doesn’t go along?
Doc Artz fills us in on potential LOST events at the upcoming ComiCon in San Diego. One of these day’s I’d like to attend, it seems to have become a big place for TV fall season news.
SF Universe says the Save Jericho site is ‘burning up the web‘ because it has had over 9000 visits in just over two weeks. Now, for a new web site to grab 9000 in two weeks is impressive, but in the grand scheme of things, it’s not really a lot. I’d expect the furor to die down and only the die hard fans still clicking on over.
For those of you still keen on Heroes, Tim Kring fills you in on what you can expect for season 3. Nowhere does he mention ‘better writing’.
Darth Mojo has some awesome, high-res Voyager eye candy on display over at his blog. I never really liked Voyager, but these stills are impressive, and background worthy.
If you’re a writer, what do you do during a writer’s strike? If you’re Joss Whedon, you write an internet video musical! Dr. Horrible’s Sing-along Blog will debut on July 15th and will star Mal and Doogie Howser. How could you not want to see this? If you’re still on the fence, watch the trailer: