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xi DS9 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine TNG Star Trek: The Next Generation TOS Star Trek (the original series) Abbreviations This page intentionally left blank

: Insurrection, 40, 65, 76, 111, 118, 171 Star Trek: Nemesis, 12, 14, 40, 111, 115–16 Star Trek: Phase II, 51, 52 Star Trek: The Motion Picture, 2, 37, 52 Star Trek: The Next Generation, 2, 6, 13, 46, 59, 186; and audiences, 48; and Blu-ray format, 189; and budgets, 74–75; and costume, 108; and narrative, 131, 133, 135–36; and ratings, 172; and Roddenberry, 37–38, 39; and setting, 76; and syndication, 49–50; and visual effects, 67–68; and writers, 67, 95, 96 Star Trek (the original series), 2, 3, 5–6, 41, 53–54, 188–89; and audiences, 19, 42–44, 45–46; and budgets

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. This could be seen as history repeating itself. It recalls what happened to the very first Star Trek series in 1969, when after three struggling seasons it was finally canceled by NBC. However, the cancellation of Enterprise is not quite history repeating itself. There are marked diªerences between the current cancellation and the way the original series of Star Trek: The Original Series (TOS) slipped out of the airwaves in 1969. These diªerences reflect historical changes in the television industry and its relationship with audiences that enabled the Trek franchise

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. See also advertising agencies Sponsor (trade journal), 5 sports programming: network rivalries and, 36– 37; Olympics rights and, 283–84; World Series of 1939 and, 88 “spot” broadcasting, 34 Standard Brands, 137–39 Stanley, Jerry, 213 Stanton, Frank, 155, 159, 162, 182, 199 Star Trek: Deep Space 9 series, 213, 222 Star Trek: Enterprise series, 209–10, 219, 222 Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) series, 210, 218, 221–22 Star Trek: The Original Series (TOS), 209–23, 215; audience demographics and, 220; “The Cage” ( pilot episode), 213–14; critical responses to, 216

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