Warp Factor Trek

The Star Trek Fan Website

David Eversole has been a Star Trek fan since he saw "The Apple" in 1973 at age nine. He has written spec scripts and pitched (most notably for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine). A two-time winner of the Rod Serling Memorial Scriptwriting Contest, he lives with his wife Annie in Ohio. His script reviews for TOS episodes can be found here.

The Legacy of Star Trek‘s 2nd pilot

“Where No Man Has Gone Before”, the second pilot produced for Star Trek, has had a vitally important, lasting legacy. How it would be received was initially essential to executing

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Producing Star Trek‘s 2nd pilot

The making of “Where No Man Has Gone Before” was an eventful period. Not only was the episode’s casting process officially a “go” from 11 June 1965 but so was,

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Casting Star Trek‘s 2nd pilot

With Star Trek getting a second chance and the script for the show’s second pilot having been written, casting of the episode got underway. Although “Where No Man Has Gone

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Writing Star Trek‘s 2nd pilot

The development and scripting of “Where No Man Has Gone Before” In February 1965, executives at the National Broadcasting Company rejected Gene Roddenberry’s pilot “The Cage”. Star Trek was dead!

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