Star Trek star William Shatner made his Grand Ole Opry debut on Friday and now fans who missed out on seeing it live can have a look.
Check out the video above to see Shatner and Alabama founder Jeff Cook perform the title track from their album Why Not Me.
Shatner spoke to ComicBook.com ahead of his performance at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville on Friday. We asked him about the idea of returning as Kirk for a series like Patrick Stewart's upcoming Picard show. The writers would have to come up with a way to resurrect the character. Shatner joked that they’d also need to find a way to resurrect him after each day of shooting.
“That word, ‘resurrect.’ That’s a
Shatner concluded by saying that he’s not interested in doing a series, but that doesn’t mean he’s done with television. He teased some upcoming announcements about more limited television engagements.
“So no, I would not be interested in doing a series, per se,” he says, “but I will be on the air in something this year in something I can’t tell you about right now, but you’ll hear about it soon, and maybe on two and maybe even three shows that’ll be on for 10, 12, 14 episodes.”
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