This sort of ended Star Trek night, and I’d only catch an episode here and there on my private TV until I gave up on the show for being boring.
That connection becomes particularly obvious in the nostalgia-driven fourth season, but is evident even within the third season. Everything else was reset by the events of Star Trek, a detail reinforced by the presence of a model of the Enterprise in the office of Admiral Alexander Marcus in Star Trek Into Darkness. The crew waited on baited breath for the announcement of UPN’s fall schedule…. I thought there were some actor issues on Babylon Five that forced the change? Star Trek: Enterprise: Countdown Rewatch December 29, 2019 7:56 AM - Season 3, Episode 23 - Subscribe Archer, his crew, and his Xindi allies head for a final … “When we first came aboard Enterprise, we definitely felt like outsiders,” Hayes confesses to Reed.
It was only after ENT episodes ended up on youtube that I really watched the entire series.
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For all the anxiety that Enterprise clearly felt over its place in the larger Star Trek canon, there is a delicious irony in the fact that it is effectively the only piece of old-school (pre-2009) Star Trek that is technically in continuity with the reboot.
https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Star_Trek:_Countdown?oldid=2555104, Johnson and co-writer Tim Jones worked for Kurtzman and Orci at their production company, K/O Productions, and, being fans of, According to Johnson, every scene Nero has in the film fed into the comic book, while the comic gives much more subtext to his scenes. Countdown and Zero Hour suggest that Enterprise is experiencing a gradual return to normality. Plus, killing the captain means growing the crew. This gives an example of the sort of heated debate taking place behind the scenes. I’m a Scott Bakula fan so I’m glad they didn’t (and I say that has someone who saw ‘She’s All That’ more than once in cinemas) but I think an actual alien captain as series lead would have been an interesting change for a Star Trek show.
This allows Countdown and Zero Hour to go about the task of providing a suitably impressive action climax to this twenty-four-episode season-long arc. (“Think of him as a four-quadrant captain!”), (“And Starring Freddie Prinze Jr. as Captain Lucas ‘Balls to the Wall’ Ballzer.”). Consensus and cooperation are still key Star Trek values. Star Trek: Enterprise – Countdown (Review), John Billingsley suggested that a large part of the change to the show’s aesthetic came from the network, 204. Putting a lot of Sloth into it: Sloth in se7en... Screenwriter (Donald Clarke, Irish Times).