There are nearly seven hundred live-action episodes of the Star Trek franchise. If you watched them all back to back, it’d take you more than twenty one days before you get to the end. Although if I were you, I’d skip the last episode of Enterprise.
So with that many episodes of the series developed, it is unsurprising that a significant number of episodes went undeveloped. During various periods of the shows, the producers allowed unsolicited scripts to be sent in for consideration and a handful of those were made. At least one online reviewer was flown out to pitch story ideas for Star Trek: Voyager (incidentally – hey, new series producers, I’m over here!).
But seriously, Star Trek has had some famous episodes and storylines go unproduced. Some end up being reworked and reworked until they become something different (Deep Space Nine’s Time’s Orphan episode »
- Brian Chapman
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