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Star Trek series 'to make TV comeback'

London, October 15 : 'Star Trek Into Darkness' producer Bob Orci has revealed that a new TV series could be in the works.


Ocri, who recently met with the US Network CBS with a view of bringing the 47-year-old franchise back to the small screen, told Sky News that people should "watch this space".

The last television attempt, 'Star Trek: Enterprise' was cancelled in 2005 after falling ratings, bringing an end to six different versions of the show.

--ANI (Posted on 16-10-2013)

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