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October 15, 2019
Sir Patrick Stewart is a confirmed guest for Destination Star Trek, Michael Chabon reveals that the Short Treks episode “Q&A” was originally two stories, and Mary Wiseman talks about Tilly’s next moves in Star Trek: Discovery. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
October 14, 2019
the “Tardigrades” copyright lawsuit is headed for appeal, CBS television studios names a new head of animation, and Star Trek’s warp speed is far slower than you think. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
October 11, 2019
Sue Kisenwether from Women at Warp reports from the red carpet at PaleyFest New York, and Star Trek (finally!) features its first female composer. These stories, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend podcast playlist!
October 10, 2019
The next Star Trek Short Treks episode "The Trouble with Edward" is out today, Alex Kurtzman and Anthony Rapp confirm the spore drive’s role in Discovery season three, and it’s another bumper week for Star Trek events.
October 9, 2019
Star Trek drops a new trailer for the next Short Treks episode “The Trouble with Edward”, from PaleyFest New York, Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin confirm details about Discovery, Picard and the Nickelodeon animated series, and a new nature documentary examines the real mycelial network. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
October 8, 2019
The Star Trek Universe panel from New York Comic Con is now available to watch on YouTube, Kate Mulgrew talks to Women at Warp about her next moves, and Wil Wheaton honors Aron Eisenberg in a unique way. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
October 7, 2019
It was a big weekend for the Star Trek Universe, as CBS dropped new trailers for both Star Trek: Picard and Star Trek: Discovery, plus the newest Short Trek, “Q&A” hit CBS All Access. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
September 27, 2019
Today’s show is kind of a special one. There’s one fun story to tell you about, but then I’ll be gearing you up for the next week because...I’m taking a week off. But fear not! There is plenty to keep you busy while I’m gone, and I’ll tell you all about it, plus your weekend podcast playlist, and - of course! - the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question!
September 26, 2019
Doug Jones wonders who will get the captain’s chair in Star Trek: Discovery season three, some fans are petitioning for a Captain Nog statue in Star Trek: Picard, and Viacom’s ad-supported Pluto TV expands to Android devices in Europe. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
September 25, 2019
We say goodbye to Star Trek guest stars Sid Haig and Jack Donner, a new Next Generation gambling game is set to debut next month, and CBS gets a new marketing chief - from Amazon Studios. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
September 24, 2019
Star Trek Online players hold a torchlight vigil for Aron Eisenberg, a copyright infringement lawsuit against Star Trek: Discovery has been dismissed, and ViacomCBS CEO Bob Bakish wants to concentrate on investment rather than mergers and acquisitions. All this plus the week’s Trek Trivia!
September 23, 2019
Aron Eisenberg, Deep Space Nine's Nog, has passed away at age 50. Also: the sound editor for Star Treks II and III, Cece Hall, is to be honored with a career achievement award, and the Star Trek band Five Year Mission is gearing up for “Year Five”. We’re catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news.
September 20, 2019
Marina Sirtis - out of context - says she feels like one of President Trump’s mistresses, Kate Mulgrew reflects on 25 years since starting her stint on Voyager, and the little convention that could, CaperCon, gets a new headliner in the form of Robert Picardo. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
September 19, 2019
Star Trek: Discovery is heading to PaleyFest New York, the comic book Star Trek: Year Five #6 is out now, and I’ve got a listener’s review of her experiences at a recent Star Trek event. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
September 18, 2019
Sir Patrick Stewart talks about the possibility of filming Picard season two next spring, Anthony Rapp talks about his role in Star Trek Online and growing from loss in Discovery season two, and the Smithsonian Enterprise model is going into storage. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
September 17, 2019
A new Star Trek: Discovery novel focused on Lt. Stamets is due out in December, Douglas Trumbull, VFX director for Star Trek: The Motion Picture, describes rebuilding the Enterprise for that iconic scene, and the Star Trek fan film Axanar is set to start filming again next month. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
September 16, 2019
Jonathan Del Arco says that Hugh is on a Borg cube in Star Trek: Picard, Star Trek: Discovery picks up its first Emmy award, and a handful of Saturns, and I’m reflecting on Star Trek: The Motion Picture on the big screen. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
September 13, 2019
Michael Dorn will NOT be appearing in Star Trek: Picard (probably), a deepfake video shows what Sir Patrick Stewart might have looked like as Shinzon, and CBS Chief Creative Officer David Nevins wants to build a “virtuous eco-system” at ViacomCBS. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
September 12, 2019
Whoopi Goldberg joins the cast of Stephen King’s The Stand on CBS All Access, the Saturn Awards will be streamed live this Friday on CONtv, and The Orville is heading to New York Comic Con. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
September 11, 2019
Apple announced details for Apple TV+’s debut - and it’s sooner and cheaper than you think, William Shatner and Jeri Ryan star in the new film Devil’s Revenge, and one YouTuber has figured out how to play the Star Trek theme on a Tesla coil. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
September 10, 2019
You could have Thanksgiving dinner with William Shatner - for a price, former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams talks about making no mistakes and still losing, and we’re learning about Star Trek’s influence on the hip-hop music industry. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
September 9, 2019
Alex Kurtzman welcomes fans to the new StarTrek.com, Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker talks about his Trek fandom, and a Star Trek: Discovery writer quits the show after being chastised for using the N-word. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
September 6, 2019
Star Trek: Discovery season two will be released in steelbook format later this year, Discovery designer Neville Page is hosting a panel at this weekend’s LightBox Expo, and we’re getting to know Persis Khambatta, Ilia from Star Trek: The Motion Picture. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
September 5, 2019
The Star Trek Universe beams into New York Comic Con, four women Star Trek actors are on board for the new crowdfunded series “Storyville”, and George Takei says that the US treatment of migrants on southern border is “even lower” than WWII internment camps. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
September 4, 2019
Jonathan Frakes says Star Trek: Discovery season three will be more “optimistic”, Star Trek Online teams up with Star Trek Adventures for an RPG campaign-writing contest, and scientists in The Netherlands demonstrate a Star Trek-like scanner for detecting life at a distance. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
September 3, 2019
Michael Chabon announces that Star Trek: Picard has finished filming, Jonathan Frakes reveals that he had an anxiety attack about reprising his role as Riker, and pro wrestler Cody Rhodes showed off his Star Trek fandom at an event over the weekend. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
August 30, 2019
A survey of fans shows that Star Trek fans love Star Wars too, Jason Isaacs says a theoretical return of Prime Lorca should happen “when people least expect it”, and the VFX team from The Orville detail how they created their Emmy-nominated space battle.
August 29, 2019
The effects director for Star Trek: The Motion Picture reveals that the film almost didn’t happen, Star Trek starships arrive in the blockchain-powered CSC Game, and CBS’s acting CEO Joe Ianniello issues a company-wide memo on diversity and inclusion efforts ahead of the Viacom merger. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
August 28, 2019
Star Trek: Discovery’s title designer talks iconography and easter eggs, Star Trek: Year Five Issue 5 is out today from IDW Comics, and The New Zealand Mint announces new Star Trek: The Next Generation silver coin notes. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
August 27, 2019
Ethan Peck explains the REAL reason we need a Pike, Spock and Number One Discovery spinoff, the director of Love, Antosha describes “meeting” Anton Yelchin through making the film, and how a key plot point of Godzilla: King of the Monsters drew inspiration from Star Trek. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
August 26, 2019
Australian viewers will have a new way to stream Star Trek movies soon, Michael Dorn says his Worf show would fit in well with the expanding Star Trek universe, and George Takei says his new graphic novel is designed to reach younger readers. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
August 23, 2019
Nichelle Nichols’s Farewell Celebration will be a fitting end to a stellar career, John Jackson Miller talks about how his novel, The Enterprise War, bridges the gap between "The Cage" and Discovery, and George Takei’s New York City apartment is up for sale. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
August 22, 2019
Effects director Douglas Trumbull reflects on Star Trek: The Motion Picture, 40 years later, Ethan Peck has landed the role of Mister Fantastic in Marvel’s new podcast Marvels, and it’s an absolutely bumper weekend of Star Trek events.
August 21, 2019
Spock’s uniform is up for sale - at a cost, more details about how Chateau Picard Bordeaux became a real thing, and some financial details straight from the SEC about the upcoming CBS and Viacom merger. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
August 20, 2019
Terry Farrell affirms that Jadzia Dax was pansexual, Star Trek nights at the ballgame come to St. Louis and San Francisco, and what’s coming next after Chateau Picard wine? All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
August 19, 2019
LeVar Burton would direct Star Trek: Picard if asked, William Shatner has appeared in an ad for cryptocurrency exchange The Pit, and CBS will air this year’s Nintendo World Championships. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
August 16, 2019
Barbara March, Star Trek’s Lursa, has passed away, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie would be in a Tarantino Trek film, and I’m sharing a few of my favorite hot takes from the CBS and Viacom merger news. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
August 15, 2019
Analysts and markets react to the CBS and Viacom merger news, subscription box company Loot Crate files for bankruptcy, and the Anton Yelchin documentary Love, Antosha is out in theaters for a limited run. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
August 14, 2019
CBS and Viacom have finally announced a merger deal. I’ll go over the key points of the announcement, where the new, combined company goes from here, and what it will all mean for Star Trek. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
August 13, 2019
No news yet about the rumored CBS and Viacom merger, Star Trek Fleet Command has hit over $100m in revenue since launch, and Eaglemoss announces new collectible starships from The Orville and Star Trek Online. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
August 12, 2019
Karl Urban would relish the opportunity to be in a Tarantino Star Trek film, a new VR Star Trek experience is coming to locations around the globe, and CBS announces its second-quarter earnings, but no news yet about the rumored Viacom merger. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
August 5, 2019
Jeri Ryan discusses finding Seven of Nine’s voice again in Star Trek: Picard, Mike McMahan reveals the USS Cerritos’s mission in Lower Decks, and the cast of Discovery reflects on being part of the Star Trek family. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s news!
August 2, 2019
Brent Spiner clarifies his role as Data on Star Trek: Picard, the new Star Trek Nickelodeon show gets a writers’ room, and Anthony Rapp will be lending his voice talents to Star Trek Online. All this, plus your weekend staying-in playlist!
August 1, 2019
Chateau Picard wine is real, and you can buy it, CBS home entertainment releases a special-edition Star Trek Picard Movie & TV Collection, and Jonathan Frakes reveals details of his and Marina Sirtis’s roles in Star Trek: Picard. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
July 26, 2019
Kate Mulgrew narrates a new Audible Original audiobook about the space race, new app-enabled tribbles are now available to pre-order, and CBS All Access is coming - finally - to Apple TV channels. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
July 25, 2019
Paramount Pictures is considering releasing Star Trek: The Motion Picture in 4K, Fathom Events plans to release The Motion Picture in cinemas for its 40th anniversary, and CBS All Access is benefiting from a CBS blackout on AT&T services like DirecTV. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
July 24, 2019
Alex Kurtzman announces a new official Star Trek podcast, actor Jonathan Del Arco clarifies his role as Hugh in Star Trek: Picard, and Quentin Tarantino’s theoretical Star Trek film may or may not be set in the Kelvin Timeline. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
July 23, 2019
New details about upcoming Short Treks, Alex Kurtzman teases the possibility of a new Pike, Spock and Number One series, and The Orville is moving to Hulu. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
July 22, 2019
CBS debuts a brand new Star Trek: Picard trailer, Sonequa Martin-Green reveals that the crew of Discovery didn’t quite end up where they meant to at the end of season 2, and we have more details about the cast and plot for Star Trek: Lower Decks. All this and more, catching up on all the Star Trek news out of Comic Con!
July 19, 2019
Alex Kurtzman and Michael Chabon reveal new details about Star Trek: Picard, IDW takes Voyager into the Mirror Universe in a new one-shot, and the “Jean-Luc Picard: The First Duty” exhibit sheds some light on when Star Trek: Picard takes place. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
July 18, 2019
Quentin Tarantino confirms he wants to make Pulp Fiction in space, Anton Yelchin’s music will feature on the soundtrack to Love, Antosha, and filming has finished on episodes 5 and 6 of Star Trek: Picard. Plus events!
July 17, 2019
Star Trek: Discovery scores four Emmy nominations and 5 Saturn Award nominations, and The Orville earns its first-ever Emmy nomination. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
July 16, 2019
Quentin Tarantino could use a “loophole” to make a Star Trek movie, Chris Pine remembers Anton Yelchin in a new clip from Love, Antosha, and CBS and Viacom are reportedly targeting a deadline for a merger deal - and it’s sooner than you think. Plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
July 15, 2019
LeVar Burton expects he’ll be in Star Trek: Picard, McKenzie Westmore shares a behind-the-scenes video from Star Trek: Picard, and The Orville announces more activities for San Diego Comic Con. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
July 12, 2019
Gearing you up for next week’s commemorations of the Apollo 11 moon landing with some special events. Plus the answer to Tuesday's Trek Trivia and weekend podcast playlist!
July 11, 2019
CBS releases new key artwork for Star Trek: Picard, Star Trek Online’s Lead Designer posts a peek into how the game is developed, and cosplay hero Brooke Wilkins has some tips for first-time cosplayers. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
July 10, 2019
Star Trek author David Mack joins Lower Decks, scientists in Germany have 3D-printed human skin and bone, and IDW announces its Comic Con lineup, including an exclusive offer on George Takei’s new graphic memoir, "They Called Us Enemy". All that, plus this week in Trek history!
July 9, 2019
We’re looking for antimatter in the Large Hadron Collider, JPL engineer Marc Rayman reflects on how Star Trek influenced his career, and we’re gearing up for Star Trek Las Vegas. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
July 8, 2019
Gersha Phillips says the Red Angel was "comfortable" and easy to wear, Wilson Cruz talks about giving Star Trek audiences the "opportunity to dream", and The Orville is coming to Comic Con. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
July 5, 2019
Discovery producer Heather Kadin says Georgiou will feature heavily in "most of" season 3, Star Trek: Discovery may be filming in Iceland, and William Shatner’s new blockchain startup promises provenance for memorabilia. Plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
July 4, 2019
The Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind is coming to San Diego Comic Con - with new footage, the soundtrack to Star Trek: Discovery season 2 announces a release date, and CBS and Viacom have reportedly brought in bankers to help negotiate a deal. Plus Star Trek events!
July 3, 2019
More details on the Star Trek mega-panel at San Diego Comic Con, Zachary Quinto and Wilson Cruz take part in a dramatic reading of the Mueller Report, and Quentin Tarantino confirms he’ll stop directing after his next film - or maybe this one. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
July 2, 2019
Discovery Producer Heather Kadin says we’ll see more of "Calypso" sometime "Down the Line", CBS All Access announces its "Star Trek Universe" at San Diego Comic Con, and Ethan Peck has been cast on Showtime’s Penny Dreadful Spinoff "City of Angels". All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
July 1, 2019
Michael Chabon has been named showrunner for Star Trek: Picard, we might be seeing a new "Short Trek" with Spock and Number One, and is Star Trek: Discovery planning a non-binary character for Season 3? All this and more, catching up on the last week of Star Trek news!
June 21, 2019
George Takei says America is running concentration camps, the TCA awards nominees are announced, but Star Trek: Discovery gets passed over, and CBS performs strongly in their upfront ad sales. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
June 20, 2019
Marina Sirtis reveals her childhood abuse in an interview with The Times, Star Trek writer Peter Allan Fields has passed away, and CBS Entertainment is the first to pledge to audition more actors with disabilities. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
June 19, 2019
Alex Kurtzman gives a major new update on the state of the Star Trek franchise, Jonathan Frakes confirms that he’s wrapped his block of Star Trek: Picard, and Alice Eve joins Star Trek: Fleet Command. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
June 18, 2019
Gersha Phillips reveals why Mirror Georgiou wears so much leather, Hallmark reveals their convention exclusive Star Trek ornament for this year, and J.J. Abrams nears a deal that will see him leave Paramount. All this plus the week’s Trek Trivia!
June 17, 2019
Zachary Quinto would love to work with Quentin Tarantino, Viacom CEO Bob Bakish comments on those CBS merger rumors, and I’m bringing you up to speed on some of the latest Star Trek comics. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
June 14, 2019
William Shatner is unconcerned about a possible Tarantino Trek, CBS and Viacom merger talks are expected to heat up after today’s board meeting, and online geek retailer ThinkGeek is shutting up shop and moving in with GameStop. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
June 13, 2019
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter finds Star Trek deltas on Mars, William Shatner talks about his upcoming new series, Unexplained, and Discovery’s visual effects supervisor wins a major new award for his work. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
June 12, 2019
Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek will be R-Rated, but we already knew that, a Sacramento, California park has been renamed in honor of LeVar Burton, and William Shatner has been named spokesperson for SoClean CPAP Cleaners. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
June 11, 2019
The trailer for the Anton Yelchin documentary Love, Antosha dropped over the weekend, Marina Sirtis says Star Trek fans can’t be Republicans, and we go behind the scenes of IDW’s Star Trek: Year Five writers’ room. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
June 10, 2019
Zachary Quinto still loves Leonard Nimoy, Marina Sirtis reveals how Deep Space Nine’s James Darren helped her get on Star Trek: The Next Generation, and artwork for the upcoming Star Trek novel The Enterprise War is revealed. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
June 7, 2019
The Star Trek: Discovery design team takes over the Paley Center, Wilson Cruz is featured on Entertainment Weekly, and costume and prop company Anovos is being sued. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and all the weekend’s events!
June 6, 2019
Today, it’s a very special episode of Daily Star Trek News. Yesterday, I brought you the sad news that renowned Star Trek illustrator Keith Birdsong had passed away. Today, I reached out to someone who knew him, to talk about his personal experiences, and about Keith’s impact on the Star Trek franchise. It’s Dr. Trek, Larry Nemecek.
June 5, 2019
Star Trek illustrator Keith Birdsong passes away at 59, George Takei talks about his pride, for Pride Month, and game developer Lucid Sight brings the USS Enterprise to blockchain. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
June 4, 2019
Jonathan Frakes hints at an appearance in Star Trek: Picard, Ronald D. Moore’s new series For All Mankind takes the stage at Apple’s WWDC, and Gersha Phillips talks about dressing Spock and those Enterprise uniforms. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
June 3, 2019
Zachary Quinto hopes to play Spock again, William Shatner says he would return as Captain Kirk, and a new visual effects reel shows how Star Trek: Discovery season two was made. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
May 31, 2019
The details for the home video releases of the Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind, CBS inches closer to a merger with Viacom, and who’s up for some Star Trek musical dinner theater? All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
May 30, 2019
Sonequa Martin-Green weighs in on why representation matters in Star Trek, CBS plans to air The Good Fight on broadcast TV, and please don’t search the web for “Nichelle Nichols” today. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
May 29, 2019
Chris Hemsworth reveals why he turned down Star Trek 4, Andrew Robinson says that Deep Space Nine fans liked the show’s ambiguity, and could Star Trek’s universal translator exist in real life? Not quite yet, but pretty close. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
May 28, 2019
Doug Jones likens Star Trek: Discovery’s Saru to a supermodel, take a virtual tour through The Orville, and CBS just announced a major new partnership in Russia. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
May 27, 2019
Filming has started on block two of Star Trek: Picard, Kate Mulgrew reminisces about Captain Janeway’s legacy, and Marina Sirtis remembers when Star Trek: The Next Generation had its share of angry fans. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
May 24, 2019
CBS releases a teaser trailer for Star Trek: Picard, and I’ll take you through a rundown of some of the most important bits to know. Then Michael Chabon tells us why Picard is the captain we need right now. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
May 23, 2019
The Hageman brothers give first details of the new Star Trek animated series for Nickelodeon, Star Trek: Discovery designers speak “For Your Consideration” at the Paley Center, and CBS sees streaming competition as good for business. All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
May 22, 2019
Jonathan Frakes hints that he might be starting on Star Trek: Picard, Kate Mulgrew talks about caring for her dying parents in How to Forget, and CBS is still having all the talks to buy all the things. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
May 21, 2019
Stars of Discovery explain what makes Captain Picard inspirational, Star Trek and Godzilla designer Scott Chambliss talks about redesigning icons, and comic book writers David and Scott Tipton preview “The Q Conflict” Issue #4. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
May 20, 2019
George Takei makes a surprise visit to the Exploring New Worlds exhibit in Detroit, the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind is getting a theatrical release in the UK and Ireland, and CBS is looking to buy the cable network Starz. All this and more, catching up on the weekend’s Star Trek news!
May 17, 2019
New photos surface of Star Trek: Picard, filming on location, Star Trek Fluxx creator Looney Labs announces its new Star Trek Chrono-Trek card game, and Fox’s The Orville will be back - but not until 2020. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
May 16, 2019
Star Trek: Picard finally gets a title - and it’s exactly what you think, the Deep Space Nine documentary confirms that a favorite recurring character is gay, and why was a giant Enterprise left for sale on a Toronto-area front yard? All this, plus the Star Trek events in YOUR area to look forward to this weekend!
May 15, 2019
More details about the home video release of the Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind, Bell Media acquires the Canadian rights to the Picard show, and the streaming video-on-demand game changes yet again. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
May 14, 2019
The Picard show gets a home on Amazon Prime Video, Star Trek Online’s “Rise of Discovery” update comes to PCs with Jason Isaacs and Rekha Sharma, and What We Left Behind, the Deep Space 9 documentary, announces when it will be available on Digital and Blu-ray. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
May 13, 2019
Alex Kurtzman on how the Star Trek universe is set to thrive, The Orville gets renewed for a third season, and the Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind is out in theaters - tonight. All this and more!
May 10, 2019
Nana Visitor talks Deep Space Nine and the “truth” of Major Kira, Roberto Orci reveals Star Trek plots that never were, and Zoe Saldana remembers Anton Yelchin. All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
May 9, 2019
Star Trek: Discovery gets presented For Your Consideration, Disco season 2 wins big in streaming rankings, and the Deep Space Nine crew makes the rounds. All this, plus the Star Trek events in your area to look forward to this weekend!
May 8, 2019
Star Trek: Lower Decks kicks off with a table read, James Darren reflects on his time as Vic Fontaine, and a Harvard Law professor uses Star Trek to illustrate the power of good questions. All that, plus this week in Trek history!
May 7, 2019
CBS launches the new Star Trek Global Franchise Group, Star Trek: Discovery makes its push for the Emmys, and Anthony Rapp opens up about #MeToo and how his fans cross genres. All this plus this week’s Trek Trivia!
May 6, 2019
Leonard Nimoy’s widow says he wanted to “die with dignity”, The Orville Executive Producer David A. Goodman says canon is why Star Trek survived, and CBS is planning to blow some serious cash this year. All this and more!
May 3, 2019
Marina Sirtis hopes the Picard Show will return to TNG-style morality plays, Wil Wheaton credits Star Trek as a tripod-leg for his career, and CBS fares both well and poorly in its quarterly earnings...All this, plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia question and your weekend staying-in playlist!
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