Scripts Revealed For Scrapped ‘Star Trek Final Frontier’ Animated Series November 16, 2012by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: History,New Animated Trek,Trek Franchise,Web , trackback
Six years ago TrekMovie broke the news that CBS was considering a new animated Star Trek series developed by some insider vets. This show "Star Trek: Final Frontier" never made it past the development stage, but in the past the creators have shared images and details on the web. And now they are revealing the scripts they wrote as well. Details below along with an exclusive image.
Star Trek: Final Frontier Scripts Revealed Online
The idea behind "Star Trek: Final Frontier" was to create a new animated series (possibly to run on StarTrek.com or maybe on TV) set in a darker future for the Federation, with a new USS Enterprise crew determined to return it to the the glory days. CBS never produced it but the team of Dave Rossi, Doug Mirabello and Jose Munoz had developed concept art, story boards and a number of scripts. We have shown some of the art here before in previous articles (here and here) but Mirabello has now contacted TrekMovie to make sure we let fans know they have started to post scripts to the web. Two of them are now available at www.startrekff.com.
More scripts and artwork will be revealed in the upcoming weeks. The site already has lots of background info and more details on the series, plus lots of artwork. Mirabello has also provided TrekMovie with this exclusive image of Captain Chase which hasn’t been revealed on their site. For more new images go to www.startrekff.com.