Archive for November 14th, 2005
With the recent release of Season 4 of Star Trek: Enterprise, we bid adieu to a show that – for better or worse – tried to fill in the history of the Star Trek universe. My opinion? Continuity problems or not, they did a great job. I will miss this crew. Read More for the whole review.
Ironic given the review I’m about to post, but Brannon Braga, who has helped produce the various Star Trek incarnations over the past 15 years, has announced he’s through – and even alludes to the harsh fan criticism often aimed at him. Now if we can get rid of Berman, perhaps Trek can move on…
Warner has announced In2TV, a new free service for AOL members that will allow users to download classic TV episodes – some 4,800 in the first year. It is supported by non-skippable commercials – 1-2 minutes per 30-minute episode. Series include The Fugitive, Wonder Woman, and even Babylon 5. Use of the service does require being part of the distribution network – similar to Bittorrent, at least for their “High quality” version. Given the recent announcements own TV downloads, I wonder how quickly the unions will jump in to negotiate residuals.