Careful here, Trekkies.
A lengthy and rumor-based report out of the Latino Review said that CBS is in the process of bringing Star Trek back to where it began. Namely, the small screen.
"GREAT news, Trekkers, CBS is looking to bring Star Trek back to TV...
We don't have too many details about the new Star Trek series CBS is going to get working on, but I spent some time filling you in on Federation, because it seems like the same people who made that pitch could be involved. Bryan Singer's name has been mentioned for the new CBS Trek as a possible Executive Producer through his Bad Hat Harry productions. While "Star Trek: Reboot the Universe" was invalidated by 2008's movie Trek, Star Trek: Federation still has a trio of enthusiastic producers, a script and a writer ready to go should CBS decide to give Singer the ahead to develop this new series.
Robert Burnett is rumored to be working on a non-Trek project with Skydance Productions (Skydance worked with Paramount, McQuarrie and Bad Robot on M:I 5) and simultaneously keeping one foot in the Trek world. He's currently producing (one of the producers) a project independent of all previously mentioned parties, Star Trek: Axanar, a 90-minute fan-made feature film about "The Four Years War," as mentioned in the TOS episode "Whom Gods Destroy."
Deadline Hollywood has reported the return of Craig T. Nelson starring sitcom Coach to NBC.
The show, which ran from 1989 to 1997, will come back with a 13-episode, presumably multi-cam, season.
With last month's end of Parks and Recreation, not to mention The Office, Community and 30 Rock, NBC is hurtin' for some comedies. Since most of those single cams could never draw the numbers, the network is trying some traditional form factors and try to reintroduce America to Dauber.