Will Worf Finally Get His Own Star Trek Series?

Michael Dorn as Worf


Michael Dorn as Worf

Following the announcement by Paramount and several official social media accounts related to the Star Trek franchise that the original cast of The Next Generation would be returning season 3 from “Picard“, fans were almost moved to tears. The reaction from fans was similar to Las Vegas in 2018 Patrick Stewart shared the news with the folks at Star Trek Las Vegas.

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Some fans said they were “down to earth;” some said they wouldpassed out from this news‘ while others hoped that Picard’s new crew would still be a part of things. Anyway, it seems that “Star Trek” fans are ready to see the old crew reunited.

This announcement was a little different from 2018. Instead of Stewart telling fans that Jean-Luc Picard was coming back — with a whole new crew — fans got something different. Picard would end his journey on screen with the same people he began with so many years ago. That is, with Riker (Jonathan Frakes), Troi (Marina Sirtis), Geordi (LeVar Burton), Worf (Michael Dorn), Dr. Crusher (Gates McFadden) and Brent Spiner (probably as a member of the Soong family).

Heavy produced a synopsis of where these characters were since we last saw her. This included the non-television and film sources that are considered canon – like “Star Trek: Picard-Countdown” Comics by IDW and the “Star Trek: Picard: The Last Best Hope“Book by Author Una McCormack.

Captain Worf?

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These books gave fans a little more detail about the whereabouts of a particular Klingon warrior and starship captain. Unlike the Deep Space Nine finale, where Worf left Starfleet to become an ambassador, McCormack’s book put the Klingons back in service. He was set to captain the USS Enterprise-E when Picard left to join Raffi (Michelle Hurd).

For years, Dorn has campaigned to bring Worf back to television as the star of his own Trek series. Dorn’s pitch has Worf go back to the Klingon Empire to clean things up after the chaos caused by gawron (Robert O’Reilly). So the Klingons allow Starfleet to invade their domain and try to stem the bleeding. Many Klingon worlds don’t want Starfleet involved, and others want to break away from it. ComicBook.com is having a great meltdown of Dorn’s ideas.

“I thought it would have been good…I actually did,” Dorn said Trek report on his show treatment. “I thought it would be different, but still Star Trek.”

“It’s one of the great mysteries of this deal that it hasn’t been done,” Dorn said said in the interview. “I don’t think we’ll ever solve the mystery. There were several people in the company who, when I told them I wrote the script, would say, ‘Oh, well, they have to do it!’”

Fans think it might be time

backdoor pilot

FacebookA fan idea that could come true.

Some fans, like Kevin Watts, believe Paramount may have finally solved the “mystery.” Could the end of Star Trek: Picard mean the beginning of Star Trek: Captain Worf? As Watts said in his post, the idea of ​​a “backdoor pilot” is not new. That was the premise behind the classic Trek episode.”Task: Earth‘, where Trek served as the starting point for a new show starring Robert Lansing as Gary Seven. This idea is now much less far-fetched, when “Picard” fans learned that the mysterious “Watcher” is actually part of Gary Seven’s organization.

The actors Dorn worked with on The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine certainly think it’s about time. Sirtis and more recently Colm Meaney (Chief O’Brien) have both endorsed the idea.

Since the character Worf has appeared in more episodes than any other in franchise history, it goes without saying that he’s popular. And that would go well with the ideas shared by Author Reanna Rose Gonzalezwho said that “it’s only a matter of time before a protagonist with a non-human perspective is introduced”.

A show about a Klingon captain of a Federation ship would certainly fit that bill.

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Brian Ashcraft

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