Wolfe, Part 3: Andromeda.
In 2000, Robert Hewitt Wolfe made his debut as a television showrunner with Andromeda. The series, which was based on concepts by Gene Roddenberry, followed the crew of a starship in distant future after the fall of civilization as they try to restore the Commonwealth to its former glory.
This week, Mike and Max are joined by Colin Higgins of Melodic Treks to look at Wolfe's first full series. We discuss how the project came to be, what caused Wolfe to leave the show, and how one of the best episodes was originally intended for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.