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Unfortunately, the quality of VOY began to rapidly decline, mostly due to the different creative directions the three producers wanted to take the show, and what Creator/{{CBS}} mandated. Both Moore and Braga wanted to explore the darker side of VOY, with Braga advocated having an entire season dedicated to the "Year of Hell" story arc, but he was ultimately overruled. As the show progressed, he began writing more with executive producer Rick Berman, with whom he would create ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise''.

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Unfortunately, the quality of VOY began to rapidly decline, mostly due to the different creative directions the three producers wanted to take the show, and what Creator/{{CBS}} mandated. Both Moore and Braga wanted to explore the darker side of VOY, with Braga advocated advocating having an entire season dedicated to the "Year of Hell" story arc, but he was ultimately overruled. As the show progressed, he began writing more with executive producer Rick Berman, with whom he would create ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise''.


Unfortunately, the quality of VOY began to rapidly decline, mostly due to the different creative directions the three producers wanted to take the show. Braga wanted to explore the darker side of VOY; he advocated having an entire season dedicated to the "Year of Hell" story arc, but ultimately was overruled. As the show progressed, he began writing more with executive producer Rick Berman, with whom he would create ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise''.

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Unfortunately, the quality of VOY began to rapidly decline, mostly due to the different creative directions the three producers wanted to take the show. show, and what Creator/{{CBS}} mandated. Both Moore and Braga wanted to explore the darker side of VOY; he VOY, with Braga advocated having an entire season dedicated to the "Year of Hell" story arc, but he was ultimately was overruled. As the show progressed, he began writing more with executive producer Rick Berman, with whom he would create ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise''.


Since then, Braga has found sporadic work as a producer for short-lived series such as ''{{Series/Threshold}}'' (no relation to the infamous VOY episode he wrote), ''Series/TerraNova'' (no relation to the infamous ENT episode he wrote), and ''Series/FlashForward2009''. He also helped produce the 2014 reboot of ''{{Series/Cosmos}}''.

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Since then, Braga has found sporadic work as a producer for short-lived series such as ''{{Series/Threshold}}'' (no relation to the infamous VOY episode he wrote), ''Series/TerraNova'' (no relation to the infamous ENT episode he wrote), and ''Series/FlashForward2009''. He also helped produce the 2014 reboot of ''{{Series/Cosmos}}''.''{{Series/Cosmos}}''.
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''Enterprise'' marked a drastic decline in quality for the franchise. Braga, would wrote over a third of all the episodes with Berman, was eventually seen as a ScapegoatCreator, with the final episode not helping at all. He has since apologized for the finale, saying it was wrong to describe it as a "valentine for the fans." In fairness, he did make the push for a serialized storytelling format, with Season 3 being a single story arc, which was an attempt to follow in the pattern set by ''Series/TwentyFour'', which he would eventually become a producer on.

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''Enterprise'' marked a drastic decline in quality for the franchise. Braga, would who wrote over a third of all the episodes with Berman, was eventually seen as a ScapegoatCreator, with the final episode not helping at all. He has since apologized for the finale, saying it was wrong to describe it as a "valentine for the fans." In fairness, he did make the push for a serialized storytelling format, with Season 3 being a single story arc, which was an attempt to follow in the pattern set by ''Series/TwentyFour'', which he would eventually become a producer on.


He joined the writing staff of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' in Season 4, his first episode being "Reunion." Braga wrote numerous fan favorites, such as "Cause and Effect" and "Realm of Fear." He became story editor in Season 6, and once the show concluded, he joined the staff of ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' as a producer, alongside Jeri Taylor and Michael Piller. In between that, he co-wrote the first two ''TNG'' films, ''[[Film/StarTrekGenerations Generations]]'' and ''[[Film/StarTrekFirstContact First Contact]]'', with his friend Ron Moore.

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He joined the writing staff of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' in Season 4, his first episode being "Reunion." Braga wrote numerous fan favorites, such as "Cause and Effect" and "Realm of Fear." He became story editor in Season 6, and once the show concluded, he joined the staff of ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' as a producer, alongside Jeri Taylor and Michael Piller. In between that, he co-wrote the first two ''TNG'' films, ''[[Film/StarTrekGenerations Generations]]'' and ''[[Film/StarTrekFirstContact First Contact]]'', with his friend Ron Moore.
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Brannon Braga is an American writer, producer, and director, known for his work on the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise.

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Brannon Braga (born August 14, 1965) is an American writer, producer, and director, known for his work on the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise.

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Brannon Braga is an American writer, producer, and director, known for his work on the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise.

He joined the writing staff of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' in Season 4, his first episode being "Reunion." Braga wrote numerous fan favorites, such as "Cause and Effect" and "Realm of Fear." He became story editor in Season 6, and once the show concluded, he joined the staff of ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' as a producer, alongside Jeri Taylor and Michael Piller. In between that, he co-wrote the first two ''TNG'' films, ''[[Film/StarTrekGenerations Generations]]'' and ''[[Film/StarTrekFirstContact First Contact]]'', with his friend Ron Moore.

Unfortunately, the quality of VOY began to rapidly decline, mostly due to the different creative directions the three producers wanted to take the show. Braga wanted to explore the darker side of VOY; he advocated having an entire season dedicated to the "Year of Hell" story arc, but ultimately was overruled. As the show progressed, he began writing more with executive producer Rick Berman, with whom he would create ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise''.

''Enterprise'' marked a drastic decline in quality for the franchise. Braga, would wrote over a third of all the episodes with Berman, was eventually seen as a ScapegoatCreator, with the final episode not helping at all. He has since apologized for the finale, saying it was wrong to describe it as a "valentine for the fans." In fairness, he did make the push for a serialized storytelling format, with Season 3 being a single story arc, which was an attempt to follow in the pattern set by ''Series/TwentyFour'', which he would eventually become a producer on.

Since then, Braga has found sporadic work as a producer for short-lived series such as ''{{Series/Threshold}}'' (no relation to the infamous VOY episode he wrote), ''Series/TerraNova'' (no relation to the infamous ENT episode he wrote), and ''Series/FlashForward2009''. He also helped produce the 2014 reboot of ''{{Series/Cosmos}}''.

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