The aptly-named Nacelle Company have announced they are producing an eight-episode limited docuseries titled The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek for The HISTORY Channel...
The Center Seat is an eight-episode documentary series that takes viewers on a definitive in-depth journey behind the scenes of one of television’s landmark franchises - Star Trek. Just in time for the show’s 55th anniversary, each episode focuses on a different chapter in the groundbreaking program’s history, ranging from its inception at Lucille Ball’s legendary production company Desilu, to its later iterations Deep Space Nine and Voyager. Interviews with cast, crew, and experts reveal never-before-seen backstage stories and offer fresh insights. No stone is left unturned, including lesser known aspects of the franchise like The Animated Series and Phase II. Star Trek is the most iconic television science-fiction saga of all time, and remains more popular than ever. The Center Seat details how it began, where it’s been, and how it’s boldly going where no television series has gone before!
The Center Seat is created and directed by Brian Volk-Weiss. Ian Roumain serves as showrunner and executive producer. Gates McFadden, Cisco Henson, and Mark Altman also serve as executive producers for the series.
“Star Trek, from before I was ten years old, gave me the closest thing I have to a code to follow in my life. If it wasn’t for the words ‘I don’t believe in the no-win scenario’ I’d be very alone, broke, and miserable in this world. So to say this is a passion project would be a tremendous understatement.” said Brian Volk-Weiss, Founder and CEO of The Nacelle Company.
Founded by Volk-Weiss, The Nacelle Company's vast array of partnerships include: Netflix, Disney +, Amazon, HBO, Discovery, BET+, A+E Networks, CW, Viacom, and many more. The Nacelle Company has produced the hit Netflix docu-series, Down to Earth with Zac Efron, The Movies That Made Us, and The Toys That Made Us, as well as Behind The Attraction for Disney +, Sony’s Mad About You reboot, Netflix’s How To Fix A Drug Scandal, CW’s Discontinued, Netflix’s Kevin Hart’s Guide To Black History, All The Way Black for BET+, and Grant for The HISTORY Channel.
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