Rod Roddenberry of Star Trek: SNW says his father would be "very pleased" with the arrangement

Rod Roddenberry of Star Trek: SNW says his father would be "very pleased" with the arrangement

If you had a chance to follow our coverage at the end of last month, then you may know that William Shatner had some less-than-flattering comments to make during San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) about Shatner''s new series, as well as how Gene Roddenberry would not be a huge fan in any way, shape, or form. From there, Melissa Navia asked if he had seen any episodes of the newer series, and to remove the harmful Shatner stans

Rod admits to being a bit "surprised" at first by how each episode begins and how he was curious to see how the script will be played on screen. "I think this was because I don''t know how the audience will receive this. But they''ve given me a lot of pride. "I''m sure they''ll be very grateful for this," he said in an interview with Screen Rant. "And they''ve done an incredible job with Strange New Worlds. And I''m honored for

During a Q&A session hosted by Kevin Smith, Shatner was asked if there were any new "Star Trek" series from the Paramount+ age,. Spoiler? Navia said she was unaware of those kinds of criticisms. "It''s unlikely that he did not watch himself on "TOS," says the editor. "It''s unlikely that he can''t watch himself on "All Those Who Wander," Navia declares.

Curious: Has Mr. Shatner seen any DISCO or SNW episodes? Or Lower Decks? Didn''t he not watch himself on TOS? I know actors who can''t watch their own works, but oh boy, not me. After losing my partner, "All Those Who Wander" struck me differently. He, too, fixed what was broken.

Melissa Navia (@melissaCnavia) July 26, 2022

Is there a good consensus then, then, right? Unless the man himself warns me differently.

Melissa Navia (@melissaCnavia) July 26, 2022

Have you enjoyed it? Please share your thoughts on social media!

Related Articles