But...outside of Legend of the Seeker, first-run syndication for scripted dramas is a dead market.However I would say they need to go the route of doing syndication TV instead of prepping it for CW since the most successful seasons, not necessarily in terms of episodes but successful in relaunching the franchise and bringing in new fans, have occurred from syndication.
You need to remember who owns the rights to produce Star Trek TV series, and that's CBS Paramount. They'd also get first rights to any new series, but there's no way that CBS would put it on CBS, and CW wouldn't be much better than UPN. I blame UPN for making them produce two series simultaneously (DS9 and Voyager) as one of the reasons Star Trek needed to be pulled off TV for a while, so I'd hate for it to be on CW.But...outside of Legend of the Seeker, first-run syndication for scripted dramas is a dead market.
Times have changed. They'd be better off airing it on a network (CBS or CW), or even on cable (SyFy).
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