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Published on Jul 10, 2009
On February 2, 2005 United Paramount Network announced the cancellation of Star Trek ENTERPRISE. This short video features footage taken of the rally organised just a few weeks' later, together with interviews from Scott Bakula (Captain Archer) and Connor Trinneer (Chief Engineer "Trip" Tucker). Unfortunately at this time, Paramount's television division was preparing to merge with CBS and Enterprise suffered because of a change in management. Additionally the series no longer fit in with a TV network shifting its focus away to a predominately young female audience. While low rated by the standards of UPN, the show had an equal audience to other sci fi shows such as Battlestar Galactica. The demonstration, together with countless hand written letters and emails, were ignored and the show ended its production run. A poorly regarded series finale was broadcast on May 13, 2005. Despite that Season Four (like the previous year long arc) remains a firm favourite with fans and creatively the story possibilities were endless for Season Five... Jeffrey Combs as Shran joining the regular cast. The culmination of this series' Birth of the Federation arc, dovetailing with the Earth-Romulan War. As well as exploring many other historic milestones leading up to the Original Series, never before exploited to any great effect in a modern Star Trek series.