Star Trek's Post-Nemesis Timeline Is Now Crucial To The Franchise

For years, Star Trek: Nemesis was the end point of Star Trek, but the post-Nemesis timeline is now more important to the franchise than ever. Star Trek: Nemesis' failure in 2002 not only ended the Star Trek: The Next Generation movie franchise, but it stopped the forward progress of the saga exploring the late 24th century for many years in the real world. Star Trek: Nemesis took place in 2379, and the next big update came in 2009's Star Trek movie directed by J.J. Abrams, which revealed a supernova destroyed Romulus in 2387.



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