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Terry Matalas’ Trek: Top Ten Potential Storylines for Star Trek: Legacy

The concept of “Star Trek: Legacy,” as proposed by Picard Season 3 showrunner, Terry Matalas, has ignited the imaginations of Star Trek fans worldwide. This ambitious narrative journey set in the 25th century ushers us aboard the Enterprise-G, under the stewardship of none other than Seven of Nine, brought to life by the incomparable Jeri Ryan. This bold vision provides an opportunity to chart new frontiers while offering a nostalgic nod to the familiar faces from The Next Generation (TNG), Deep Space Nine (DS9), and Voyager (VOY). The tantalizing image of Seven commanding the Enterprise signifies both a thrilling homage to Trek’s past, while boldly propelling it into the future.

Despite the compelling allure of this concept, Matalas has been clear: Star Trek: Legacy is not presently in active development at Paramount+. Yet, he has been vocal in urging the passionate fanbase to “be loud” in their advocacy for this proposed series. Matalas has hinted that “Legacy” would embody a “mix-and-match” of traditional episodic storytelling akin to Strange New Worlds and the serialized 10-part movie structure of Picard Season 3. Fans eagerly awaiting Paramount+ to greenlight Star Trek: Legacy have produced fan artwork reminiscent of actual studio marketing, and conceptual opening title sequences to excite our imaginations. In this atmosphere of fervor and speculation, let’s turn our sensors to the potential future of Star Trek, as we unveil our top ten stories Terry Matalas could bring to life in Star Trek: Legacy…


2 thoughts on “Terry Matalas’ Trek: Top Ten Potential Storylines for Star Trek: Legacy”

  1. I love the mythos of the Iconians. Star Trek Online does a fantastic story with the Iconians. They can’t travel through time due to their brain chemistry. They are non-humanoid akin to the Devidians or Tholians and the best point is that the Gateways can transport into other galaxies. Those plot points could all be used.

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