It may predate many readers’ time, but a parody of Star Trek hit theaters in the late ’90s. Known as Galaxy Quest, it also featured a top-notch cast for the era, with Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tim Allen, Sam Rockwell and many more all playing and making fun of the world of Star Trek.

Now that Paramount’s Paramount+ streaming service has become the best way to experience the Star Trek universe, the production company has decided there’s no better time for Galaxy Quest’s return than now, and Deadline reported that it is getting closer to developing a TV series based on the said platform’s IP address.

However, it seems that this series is still in the early stages of pre-production, since we have no information about the cast, directors, release date, and even the article mentions that “no screenwriter or script yet.”

It wouldn’t be the first time Paramount has been pressured to launch a Galaxy Quest series, as before Rickman’s untimely death, there were already plans to make a series for Amazon in the mid-2010s.

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