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Should TAS be considered canon?   19 members have voted

  1. 1. Should TAS be considered canon?

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    • NO
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It may not be considered canon, but by all the tests that determine what is canon and what isn't it should be.

 

It involved the original actors and Roddenbery himself was directly involved. By that measure it is even MORE canon than DS9, VOY, ENT, Generations, First Contact, Insurrection, and Nemesis.

 

Plus it has it's own section on startrek.com along with the other shows. If that doesn't establish it as canon I don't know what does.

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I added a poll to the thread for opinions on whether it should be considered canon or not. Based on LVR argument I think it should be.

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it should be considered cannon and it should also come on Cartoon Network or a similar network

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Yes it should be considered canon. After all most of the originals from TOS are involved with it including Gene Roddenberry!

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I think TAS should be considered canon because:

 

1. It was on TV and was a series (which seems to be the only canon criteria)

2. It was done by Gene Roddenberry

3. Most of the original actors were in it.

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watching this on Nick when it 1st started out got me into star Trke

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I believe that it is considered canon to a large extent if not entirely. I'll have to do some searching but I believe I've read that Paramount and Gene Roddenberry considered it to be so.

 

As evidence just look at the episode library on ST.COM.

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I believe that it is considered canon to a large extent if not entirely. I'll have to do some searching but I believe I've read that Paramount and Gene Roddenberry considered it to be so.

 

As evidence just look at the episode library on ST.COM.

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TAS is not considered canon except for some information regarding Spock in one episode. Here's the link to st.com regarding what is and isn't considered canon

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