Fox is taking a wait and see approach with the two-hour pilot movie "Virtuality," airing June 26.
While co-creator Ronald D. Moore said it doesn’t look like the project is going to series, he cautioned, "Never say never."
"They [Fox] haven’t picked it up to date. Their attitude, I think, is kind of wait and see. They want to see what the reaction is going to be," Moore said in a conference call. "I think right now it doesn’t look like it’s going to series, but if enough people watched and enough people got excited about it, anything is possible."
If the pilot, which doesn’t completely resolve itself in two hours, is not picked up for series, Moore said it could continue in another medium, such as comic book form or as another TV movie.
"We’ve talked about all those possibilities. It depends on where we go after the broadcast," he added. "Sometimes these things have a bigger life that blossoms a few weeks after the broadcast."
Regardless of its fate, the show will have a presence online. Webisodes from "Edge of Never," the reality show within "Virtuality," will be put up on the show’s Facebook page.
Click here for the full story.