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    Possible Galaxy Quest TV series

    Starting up a seperate thread about the possible Galaxy Quest TV series, since it doesn't have it own thread and that The Orville will likely beat it to the TV screens.
    Quote Originally Posted by spshu View Post

    It is such that Paramount has the DreamWorks "Galaxy Quest" movie that spoofed Star Trek in development as a TV show. So we could have two "Trek" TV shows being made.
    Wonder were Paramount is with Galaxy Quest as it was 2015 when it was announced as being considered for a potential TV series as I indicated. Which status is answered by the Hollywood Reporter article:

    Seth MacFarlane's 'The Orville' Trailer Goes Full 'Galaxy Quest'
    Quote Originally Posted by The Hollywood Reporter
    Movement on the show has seemingly stalled in the wake of Rickman's death. Last year, co-star Sam Rockwell (who enjoyed a breakout role as the glorified red-shirt Guy Fleegman) offered a status update on the Galaxy Quest TV adaptation: "We were ready to sign up, and [then] Alan Rickman passed away and Tim Allen wasnít available ó he has [Last Man Standing] ó and everybodyís schedule was all weird. It was going to shoot, like, right now. And how do you fill that void of Alan Rickman? Thatís a hard void to fill."
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