The first official in history. Star Trek The comedy series has been ordered.
CBS All Access has given the green light to an animated series by Emmy winner Mike McMahan, a writer on the feel of Adult Swim Rick and MortyThe half-hour series is titled. Star Trek: lower covers and will approach the Federation from a comical perspective, focusing "on the support team that serves on one of the less important ships of Starfleet."
"Mike won our hearts with his first sentence:" I want to make a program about the people who put the yellow cartridge in the food replicator so that a banana leaves the other side, "said executive producer Alex Kurtzman.[McMahan’s] The name of the cat is Riker. His son's name is Sagan. The man is engaged. He is brilliantly funny and knows every inch of every Emigrate episode, and that is their secret sauce: write with the pure and cheerful heart of a true fan. As we expand the world of Emigrate for fans of all ages, we are very excited to include Mike's extraordinary voice. "
McMahan added: "As a Lifetime Trekkie, it is a surreal dream and wonderful come true to be part of this new era of Star Trek While Star Trek: lower covers It is an animated show half an hour at its core, it is undeniably Emigrate – and I promise not to add an episode at the end that reveals that everything happened in a training program ".
The fans will recognize the Lower covers title as a reference to the name of one of the best episodes of Star Trek: The New Generation. In 2011, McMahan started a Twitter account by publishing fakes. TGN parcels, then got a book agreement to convert their tweets into Star Trek: The next generation: Warped: an attractive guide for the eighth season of Never-Air.
The new project will bring to Fox's mind The orville, a drama of Family man& # 39; S Seth MacFarlane, who is clearly inspired by Emigrate.
And previously, there was a very dear one. Star Trek: the animated series that expanded in The original series Episodes and ran from 1973-74 (but it was not a comedy).
The new show is the last one. Emigrate CBS All Access streaming service project, which also has Star Trek: Discovery, who returns for his second season in January, and a new show with Patrick Stewart repeating his TNG Character Jean-Luc Picard in the works.