1.The TV rights are owned by a separate company (CBS) to the arsewipes making the JJVerse movies (Paramount Pictures) They used to be all one company (Viacom) but it got split into two. So if CBS want to get a cut of Star Trek they need to invest in getting a TV series off the ground.
2.TV series can't be shallow action all the time.
3.The cast aren't committed to the franchise so I'm not expecting Quinto to do more than their currently contractual obligation, at which point even Paramount will have to decide what direction they go next.
Edited by GiarcYekrub at 13:46:26 14-05-2013
The strange thing is I hold The Dragon Age series up as example of diversity and choice, the fact that the brothels in DA service everybody, male/female with multiple options, to remove the brothels is a step backwards for diversity IMO