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Cult | News | 14 February 2005

Bakula on Enterprise

Scott Bakula speaks out about Enterprise cancellation.

Talking to, Bakula expressed his disappointment that the series had been cancelled:

"Well, I'm disappointed, and everyone involved with the show is disappointed," he said. "Obviously we're all very emotionally attached to the show and we're all having a great time making the show. So you would like that kind of a situation to continue."

"Unfortunately we don't fit into UPN's business plan and really haven't for the last two and a half years. So that's a situation that's out of our control and ultimately has no reflection on our show or the quality of our show. Or the commitment of all of our fans."

"It's hard not to take it personally, but in the end we got one more season than UPN wanted to give us, so we feel lucky about that.

When asked if he thinks the show might be saved by another network, Bakula offered little hope:

"To shop the show to another network, you have to have someone from your studio have your show's best interests at heart. To the best of my knowledge, and from reading the release that Paramount put out, they seem very content to let the show go and, I think, hoping that we would go out quietly."

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