It might be a little early for many readers, but around the turn of the millennium, a Star Trek parody hit theaters. It was known as Galaxy Quest, and it saw a host of A-list stars, including Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tim Allen, Sam Rockwell, and more, all playing and laughing at the world of StarTrek.

Now that Paramount’s streaming service, Paramount+, has become the ultimate way to enjoy all things Star Trek, the production company has decided there’s no better time for the return of Galaxy Quest. , as Deadline has now reported that an IP-based program for the streamer is in development.

However, it seems that this series is very, very early in development, as there is no information about the cast, directors, release dates, and it is even mentioned that “no concept or writer yet.”

This wouldn’t be the first time Paramount has been pressured to launch a Galaxy Quest series, as before Rickman’s untimely death there were efforts to create a series based on the show for Amazon in the mid-2010s.

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