Star Trek: Eternal Night’s season two production fortnight has been delayed to the end of October. This is to coincide with a plan I am drafting now… I can’t tell you what it is, but it will be the biggest event in TREKZONE.org’s nine and a half year history.
Filming will now take place from October 29 across the same number of days. The additional 15 weeks will also allow more money to be saved and used in the production budget.
The release schedule for the rest of season one and next year’s release of episodes from season two will not be affected, and a special prelude episode will be released on New Years Eve this year.
The prelude episode will create the plot threads we’ll follow throughout season two, and it will coincide with what happens to Evie in the 25th century.
Don’t forget – the SciFi sector is BACK, with 2 new episodes. Supanova filming continues tomorrow, and “the lost tapes” will be compiled soon. A release date for both will be announced tomorrow night.
Meantime, check the VLOG here.
Update (23/4) – the SciFi sector return episode will be released on Saturday night at 7.30 AEST!!