Robert Hewitt Wolf’s “Gene Roddenberry’s ANDROMEDA” Coda

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After the death of Gene Roddenberry, his wife Majel allowed Robert Hewitt Wolfe access to his old notes, from which Wolfe assembled the series the series Gene Roddenberry’s Andromeda, a series that ran from 2000 – 2005 and starred Kevin Sorbo.   Eventually, Wolfe was fired from the show and his arc abandoned in favour of simpler standalone episodes.

Sorbo and makers Tribune and Fireworks decided that Wolfe’s “stories… were too complicated and too clever for the rest of us to understand” and although Wolfe used the episode “Ouroboros” (Season 2 episode 12) toGR PAX Hunt make changes requested, it was his last episode and further changes were made without him.

The series then became a more action orientated show based around stand alone episodes about Sorbo’s character.

Rober Hewitt Wolfe’s Coda

Coda is a “one act play” but Wolfe, set during Ouroboros in whic
h Harper and Future Trace discuss timelines and what was meant to happen.  Obviously, the discussion outlines what would have been Wolfe’s plan for the show if he had been kept on.

The Coda is available here.

~ DUG.



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