Next year we will "celebrate" tenth anniversary of airing last episodes of last Star Trek TV series.
Since I'm a Star Trek newbie, and I'm totally out of "surrounding rumors", can someone explain me, what is the real cause for this (if any)? Ten years is a vast amount of time.
Polish (my native) version of Star Trek: Enterprise Wikipedia article have even, somewhat "funny" (though completely outdated now) remark, that with cancellation of StarTrek: Enterprise, season 2005/2006 has become first for past eighteen years, that no new Star Trek TV episode was aried. Now we have eight more seasons like that. I think there should be some reason for that.
Note, that I read this closed question and most of its comments and I don't think mine falls into the same rule. Even, if there will be any new TV series produced and aired soon, thinkt, that my question will remain valid. It is interesting and should be interesting in future (at least to Star Trek newbies, like me): What caused nearly ten years of no Star Trek TV series after eighteen years of uninterrupted trial of series after series?
In other words, this question askes for reasons for
current nearly ten years long situation, not if there will be any change to it (which would make the question off-topic and closed as cited one).