You can count this as something we'd definitely watch.
It's been eight years since 'Star Trek' has been on television -- 'Enterprise' ended in 2005 -- but there's hope that the franchise can return to the small screen. You might think that's thanks in part to the success of J.J. Abrams' 'Star Trek' films, but surprisingly enough, those are what's keeping it off.
Michael Dorn, the actor best known for playing the Klingon Worf in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' and 'Deep Space Nine,' recently told the Huffington Post that he'd been pitching a Worf-centric series to CBS and Paramount.
"Last year there was interest and I talked to a couple producers and we actually had pitch meeting with Paramount and CBS," he told the Huffington Post. "Business things got in the way in terms of the JJ Abrams movie coming out and CBS/Paramount and their relationship with JJ Abrams. I don't think they wanted to step on his toes by putting a new series on, but it's not dead yet. I've finished the script and hopefully someone will take a look at this and say 'we can do this.'"
Considering that Worf is one of the most distinctive, popular characters from the entire 'Star Trek' franchise, it seems unlikely that many fans would complain about a series centered around the character. It looks like it's simply up to CBS -- with Abrams apparently out of the 'Star Trek' franchise, things could go either way. But damn, do we really want to see this happen.