A new Facebook campaign has made it possible to see Captain Archer and his crew return eight years after the series cancellation. Hit the jump to find out more.

Star Trek writer Rob Bolivar and visual effects artist Doug Drexler have launched a campaign via Facebook to resurrect Star Trek: Enterprise with the hopes of a new series or possibly a film incarnation. With the recent resurgence of cancelled TV projects such as Arrested Development and Veronica Mars, the duo believe there is a likely chance we’ll see the series return if fans show their support.

"A short while ago, Brannon Braga (co-creator and executive producer on Enterprise) mentioned that with enough support, it's possible that Netflix could resurrect Enterprise for future seasons or perhaps a movie," Bolivar said. "We took that to heart and started our campaign."

For those in the know Star Trek: Enterprise was cancelled in 2005 after dwindling ratings assisted by the poor box office performance of Star Trek: Nemesis. It was of the last Star Trek series to air before the 2009 reboot.

What do you think though, would you like to see Enterprise return in some form? Or perhaps an entirely different incarnation of the Star Trek franchise? Let us know by sounding off in the comments.
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