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CBS Announces New Star Trek Licenses – Including Monopoly, Uno, Apparel, Fragrances + more [UPDATED] January 28, 2009

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Merchandise , trackback

Star Trek’s return to big-time merchandising continues with the announcement today of a number of new licensees and expanded licenses for Star Trek related merchandise. The CBS Products announcement includes a new Star Trek versions of many games (like Monopoly, UNO and more), plus apparel, fragrances, jewelry, gift items and more. Details below. [UPDATED w/ game images].

New Star Trek Games
In 2008 CBS signed up Mattel for a number of Star Trek products, including a SceneIt? DVD game and a hand-held 20Q trivia game, both coming out this spring. Today CBS announced two more game licensees which will bring even more fun to your Star Trek playtime. First up is USAopoly, who will be created a Star Trek-themed version of the popular Monopoly game. The second new game licensee is Fundex, who will develop co-branded Star Trek versions of: UNO, Scrabble, Magic 8 Ball, Phase 10 and All About Trivia.

UPDATE: We have pictures of Monopoly and UNO. Plus the ‘Star Trek Continuum Edition’ Monopoly Game is already available for pre-order at (discounted to $35.99 – arrives in April).

Star Trek Monopoly

Star Trek UNO card game


Star Trek, Star Trek, Star Trek, everywhere
In addition to the games, CBS Consumer Products announced a slew of new licenses for Star Trek in a number of different categories.

Home décor

Apparel, Jewelry and accessories



Movie momentum building
Obviously the big event for 2009 is the release of the new JJ Abrams Star Trek feature film on May 8th. Just last week TrekMovie reported on the April releases of the first wave of movie toys from Playmates and Mattel’s Barbie line as well as previewed some of the Paramount and CBS DVD plans for May. All that combined with the many new licensees like Mattel, Funko, and others makes it is clear that there is a ‘all hands on deck’ approach when it comes to extending the Trek brand for both the film as well as classic Trek products in 2009 and beyond. Liz Kalodner, Executive Vice President and General Manager of CBS Consumer Products, agrees noting in a statement:

The momentum is building for the Star Trek brand as we approach the new feature film this May. We are excited to continue our focus on expanding the Star Trek universe and bringing the whole franchise to a new generation.



1. Sean - January 28, 2009

While I may not get any of these products, any publicity for the movie is good.

2. Joel - January 28, 2009

When CBS/Paramount said they were going all out, they really meant it. Star Trek fragrances? Pon Farr sounds rather sexy.

3. Planet Pandro - January 28, 2009

With my luck, I’ll be after ‘Pon Farr’ but wind up with ‘Red Shirt’ instead. I’m all over that Sceneit? game though…that ought to be fun.

4. Adam Cohen - January 28, 2009

I wonder how these licenses will perform in this economy. I don’t know about you Trekkies, but I’ll be sitting out a majority of these items.

5. FULLL - January 28, 2009

Red Shirt fragrance…sounds kinda dangerous

6. steveII - January 28, 2009


Okay, they have gone too far.

7. OneBuckFilms - January 28, 2009

Star Trek UNO – Now THAT I have to see !!!

8. BPS - January 28, 2009

I’m wary of that Red Shirt fragrance. It may kill me.

9. Josh - January 28, 2009

I always wanted to smell like Captain

10. krikzil - January 28, 2009

“Funko will introduce a pop-culture lineup of high quality bobbleheads and vinyl figurines. [TrekMovie will have a detailed report on these shortly] ”

entertainmentearth has the Funko stuff as pre-orders and the images are original Trek rather than the new actors. I get that the licensees already in existence would be Nimoy/Shatner, like Diamond Select — but it seems a tad confusing if they are gonna be doing both at the same time with new items. (Of course some will argue that the likeness could be either Shatner or Pine, right? LOL)

Now, if only I can win the lotto between now and April….

11. Planet Pandro - January 28, 2009

Ok, great. UNO. Why not an official Fizzbin card set? THAT I would buy, and then be subject to innumerable headaches as to trying to get all the rules straight…

12. thorsten - January 28, 2009

‘Bradford Exchange will offer direct-to-consumer items such as leather jackets…’

Jim Kirks bike jacket?

13. I am not Herbert - January 28, 2009

“Pon Farr” fragrance?!! Gotta get me some of that!!!

14. Michael - January 28, 2009

When I think of Trek fragrance?…….I think the pop culture company should have produced it…..FUNKO! Cause you surely will smell funky for the low end perfume this product most surely will be! HA!

15. XJcat - January 28, 2009

I live in Norway and today at my local cinema there were four posters (Kirk, Spock, Uhura, Nero in black and white) with the text: “På kino 2009″.

Norwegian for ” In cinemas 2009″.

This is the first time sinve Star Trek V that a Trek movie has been shown in Norway, and the first time EVER that it has been promoted. 6 months in advance even!

Momentum is definitively building for this movie! :-)

16. EFFeX - January 28, 2009

LOL… It seems like the fragrance was the first thing that stood out to everyone. They should be interesting!

17. Skippy2k - January 28, 2009

Wow…I plan to pick up the sceneit and prob the 20 questions, maybe a few others. As for the uno I was pretty sure I have seen a trek uno on e-bay or something, has there been one before?

18. Viking - January 28, 2009

Ok, we have officially reached merchandising overkill when they put out bug spray smelling like a horny Vulcan or a security guard’s smoking boots. What next, ‘Eau de Worf’? LOL (Hey, I want a percentage if that ‘unwashed Klingon’ thing flies.)

19. Denise de Arman - January 28, 2009

Did someone say Pon Farr fragrance? Purrrrrrrr….

20. tribble farmer - January 28, 2009

….wow. I knew they would be doing a lot of marketing but cufflinks and perfume? AWESOME. xD

I’m looking forward to the posters. Constantly adding to my enormous poster collection and a new Trek one next to one of my TOS posters would be pretty cool.

21. Aragorn189 - January 28, 2009

Yogurt was right. Merchandising does make the movie.
I’m just waiting for the Star Trek line of weaponry including Star Trek the flamethrower.

22. AJ - January 28, 2009


I take it that merch related to the new film is licensed by Paramount, and that anything licensed by CBS will strictly refer to the TV properties?

I know they are both part of the same superconglomerate, but this is presumably all related to the TV Trek nostalgia which will be generated by the film, and not to ST XI itself. Can you clarify?

23. Anthony Pascale - January 28, 2009

RE: Funko
Funko was in the CBS press release because although we reported it before, it had not been officially ‘announced’. Funko have sent us some high res images of their first wave which we will put up later, plus some more details. The CBS press release also mentioned Mattel die-cast (Hot Wheels), but we also already reported that just last week so we didn’t put that in the article. We should also have more info on Hot Wheels and the other Mattel games coming up. There is so much merchandising stuff to cover over the next few months, John Tenuto may just explode.

24. Vedek Anon Wymus - January 28, 2009

Next we’ll be seeing fine lingerie from Lursa and B’Etor as well as Operation: Data with an emotion chip, and finally there will of course be the tie-in with Enterprise rent-a-car with Shatner, Stewart, Brooks, Mulgrew, AND even Pine being whisked into cars while Bakula waives to them longingly wondering why he doesn’t get the VIP treatment.

25. Anthony Pascale - January 28, 2009

RE: CBS v Paramount

I know this is confusing. CBS handle all Trek merchandising including the stuff for the movie. So some of the above licenses will cover movie stuff and others ‘classic’.

The only thing Paramount handles directly are ‘promotional partners’ which cover things like Intel, Esurance, Burger King, etc.

26. OneBuckFilms - January 28, 2009

Anthony, the one element I’d love to hear about merchandising wise is the Soundtrack.

27. krikzil - January 28, 2009

#17– yes, there’s an Uno already out from some years ago. It’s in a collector’s tin.

28. Sheryl - January 28, 2009

Is it bad that I’m honestly considering buying the fragrances for sheer lolwhat value?

29. frederick - January 28, 2009

I have that TOS Uno in the tin. And I can see the men’s ads for Kirk’s cologne… “Bag the space babes… with Jim Kirk’s “Tiberius” Cologne For Men!”

As for Worf, we already know he has an “earthy aroma, with just a hint of lilac.” So if they came out with one for him there’s the starting point.

30. frederick - January 28, 2009

I think this will be the biggest Trek merch push ever. 2009 is shaping up to be the year Star Trek Returns in a BIG way!

Let’s hope it’s the start of a general renewed interest and not over after the movie.

31. krikzil - January 28, 2009

#28– No, I’m with you. Pon Farr sitting on my shelf just can’t be missed.

32. sherlockfreak - January 28, 2009

#28 and #31
I’m with you guys–Will definitely want to get Pon Farr. Possibly Tiberius as well, but DEFINITELY Pon Farr. :D

A lot of these products sound awesome–I can’t wait to get a look at them further down the line!

33. Denise de Arman - January 28, 2009

Pon Farr For Him, and Pon Farr For Her. For The Special Times Of Your Life.

34. ServantWarrior - January 28, 2009

Don’t know about you, but I don’t think I’d like “Pon Farr.” Heck, if I wore it, I’d only get lucky every 7 years.


35. Unbel1ever - January 28, 2009

Star Trek perfume ? Really ?

36. krikzil - January 28, 2009

It might take the seven years to recover.

37. trekkie1701D - January 28, 2009

I know I’m in for a lot of this stuff! Star Trek sleepware, check! I can’t wait!!!

38. Kirk, James T. - January 28, 2009

Is any of this going to be available on the UK high streets and shopping malls?

plus Anthony, any word on Corgi and Mast Replica’s and other high end collectable memorabilia for this movie that isn’t geared towards young ppl and kids?

cheers :)

39. Jared Butcher - January 28, 2009

Am I the only person who voted for Fragrances in poll in an ironic way? lol

40. Andrew - January 28, 2009

“Red Shirt”? Must smell like honey suckle just before your blood is drained. I migth get the frafrences just for the names.

41. captain_root - January 28, 2009

Still no sign of an RPG though. C’mon developers, there’s a hot license over here!

42. the king in shreds and tatters - January 28, 2009

Yo, CBS, who do I contact about the RPG license?

43. Will_H - January 28, 2009

So if theyre doing Monopoly what are they going to use for money since there is no money in the 23/24th century? Better not be dilithium or something, that would be just dumb. I guess latnium would work for the cause.

44. tHE tRUTH iS oUT tHERE - January 28, 2009

Ok, they really need to put together a gift set of the perfumes….the bottles of course would be gold, blue and red….perfect! And, if you like one more than the other, of course the larger bottle would be available, maybe in a tricorder gift box…lol

45. Caley - January 28, 2009

The last Trek monopoly used paper “gold pressed latinum”.

46. Rhett Coates - January 28, 2009

43. Will_H – January 28, 2009
“So if theyre doing Monopoly what are they going to use for money since there is no money in the 23/24th century? Better not be dilithium or something, that would be just dumb. I guess latnium would work for the cause.”

I WAS GONNA REMARK ON THAT POINT! That’s a good question; I wonder what the “PASS GO” [amount] will be offered in? Federation Credits? Gold-Pressed Latinum? Ponder THAT one!

47. AdamTrek - January 28, 2009


That’s not canon.

Sorry…I’ll leave now.

48. Fansince9 - January 28, 2009

I want the leather jacket!

49. krikzil - January 28, 2009

#44– the color combo would work perfectly!

50. Weerd1 - January 28, 2009

I think I’d rather have a Star Trek Risk or Axis and Allies- something galactic, add a bit of diplomacy, but keep it simpler than Federation and Empire used to be.

I am holding out for a Worf fragrance. It would be earthy and peaty with a hint of lavender.

51. Smittmaestro - January 28, 2009

Oh Star Trek UNO in 1999 a Trek UNO was also released in a Special Edition tin!

I have it tis quite nice.


52. Kev-1 - January 28, 2009

Star Trek is a “brand” but it’s also an idea. If they a treat it as only a franchise, ignoring its essence, much of this merchandise could be clearance fodder. And that’s coming from somebody who has bought lots over the years.

53. The Bear - January 28, 2009

I wonder if the Pon Farr fragrance is essence of Joelene Blalock in heat? No red-blooded, or green-blooded man could resist that!

54. Weerd1 - January 28, 2009

53- never mind, I am not holding out for Worf any more, I need a couple gallons of Jolene essence (yikes, I just went warp nine into the Creepy Zone).

55. MistySteele - January 28, 2009

@28 So am I xD. Somehow, as much as I hope to the contrary, I think the fragrance idea will most likely fall flat on its face (if it’s not just a joke…).

56. SPB - January 28, 2009

Okay, it’s neat to see all this new stuff, and it’s nice that TREK is coming back in the spotlight…


…anyone else remember the hype for THE PHANTOM MENACE and the way the merchandise sales pretty much imploded after the release of the film? I’m not saying that TREK XI is going to be as bad as EPISODE I, but the new wave of marketing/merchandising certainly reeks of overkill.

And in this economy, I have a hard time believing anyone other than hardcore Trekkies are gonna plunk down hard-earned cash for all this stuff.

57. Frank - January 28, 2009

Most of this stuff is really cookie-cutter crap. You sign the agreement and you get access to a style guide and a bunch of images.

Star Trek Uno? Star Trek Monopoly? Star Trek Playing Cards?

Let’s see what other junk they can churn out quickly….

SAD. All this does is dilute the value of the license even more…

58. Me - January 28, 2009

I want new TREK models (you know, plastic kits you build and paint) and I want them RFN.

59. garen - January 28, 2009

how is “none of it” winning in the current poll?

take the sticks out of your…you know whats!

party poopers.

have more fun.

60. THX-1138 - January 28, 2009

What I want is an automotive custom decal kit so I could deck out the truck with the hull insignia from my favorite starship.

(somebody will tell me they already have that)

61. Phil - January 28, 2009

I’m all for the pushing of merchandising, but this is extracting the urine, so to speak. Fragrances? Since when do we want to hear Star Trek uttered in the same breath as Paris Hilton and Britney Spears as having famous toiletry spin-offs which smell like Bloo-Loo? And men’s and women’s jewellery? What, so we can laugh at it along with the dirty gold boxing glove and horn of life pendants in the middle of the Argos catalogue? Please… merch is good, but filling every possible niche is just going to cheapen the franchise in the long run. Target the kids – by all means. They’re the ones who’re going to be badgering their parents to buy them things at Christmas and birthdays when they see the toys and what not in the aforementioned Argos catalogue. And everyone will want posters and the like – moreso, obviously, if the film is decent. But to go the tacky, red-top-reader route is plain embarrassing, and stinks of desperation almost.

62. Newman - January 28, 2009

hahaha Ponn Farr cologne???? That is hilarious.

Red Shirt Cologne: for when you have to take one for the team. The ultimate wingman fragrance.

Question: What Star Trek character would make the best wingman???

@ 50: no, it would smell like prune juice.

63. Phil - January 28, 2009

43/46 – My money (excuse the pun) is on Quatloos.

64. Classic Trek - January 28, 2009

Tiberius Cologne hopefully will not turn women green as soon as they smell it…

As far as the jewelry – might we be seeing starfleet academy rings? I bet there’d be a market there.

65. ster julie - January 28, 2009

Fragrances with these titles don’t really thrill me.

Red Shirt? Will it smell like phaser fried ensigns? Ozone? Blood???

Tiberius? It makes me think of a sweaty locker room after a workout.

Pon Farr? Ah, a spicy Vulcan musky scent with a hint of fevered panic. Now THAT sounds intriguing!

66. scifib5st - January 28, 2009

Nobody’s said anything about the lighting! Are there going to be Enterprise Wall Sconces… I could turn the new Bridge Play Set into a 3D Chandelier.
Best of all would be crossing the lighting w/ the cologne…. a LED lighted Phaser that was also a “Phaser Cologne” dispenser… set it for “Stunning” or “Oh My God!!!”… ;-)

Sorry, you guys got me started!

67. biodredd - January 28, 2009

The UNO game looks alike a re-issue of the one I picked up in Las Vegas eight years ago.

68. Captain Dunsel - January 28, 2009

#50 – “I am holding out for a Worf fragrance. It would be earthy and peaty with a hint of lavender.”

Actually, I *think* it was lilac, not lavender.

69. Phil - January 28, 2009

66 – I think it was YOU who got you started. Please, don’t turn anything into a chandelier! It’ll just cause someone injury…

70. Robert Saint John - January 28, 2009

It’s been said elsewhere that licensing was contacted recently about a new tabletop RPG for Trek, and they aren’t interested at this time. Guess Decipher left a bad taste in their mouth, which is sad.

71. T.U.M. - January 28, 2009

#15 – The international release of this new film is really exciting. I hope we see this more and more as the new model for distribution.

Can;t wait to see the Trek Monopoly. Quatloos would be my choice form money. What would the rent be on the Neutral Zone with four Starbases?!?

I think the Worf cologne would smell like prune juice, so I’ll stick with “Make It So” or “She’s Hiding Something.”

72. krikzil (aka Lixy) - January 28, 2009

“might we be seeing starfleet academy rings? I bet there’d be a market there.”

Jostens (the HS class ring folks) did a very nice Academy ring some time ago. I have it and it’s really nice. Still wear it when I go to a con.

73. Weerd1 - January 28, 2009

68- indeed! Though I really hope it doesn’t irritate my skin and give me a gorch.

74. Capt Mike Of The Terran Empire - January 28, 2009

Ok. I hear that the Red Shirt Fragerence just KILLS!!!. I have got to get the Uno and one of my all time Faveroite Games. Monolopy but in Star Trek Style. Yes i would love to have a ltd Edition game of Fisbin. But I can wait. Ok in Star Trek Monopoly when it says go to Jail. Will it say go to the Brig. But in the Terran Empire it will say. Go to the Agoniser Booth!!. Wow. Trek is realy on Fire and thats a Very Goood Thing.

75. Capt Mike Of The Terran Empire - January 28, 2009

Ok. I also can’t wait for the Trek Trivia Games and Ill take on anyone on this site or any other and beat all of you and yes Anthony. Ill beat you to. Care to take the Challenge.

76. Odkin - January 28, 2009

While all this attention to Trek is good news on the surface, we MUST remember that unless the movie succeeds, these products will fail too. And with this much corporate money at stake, a failure will spell the absolute end of Trek. Companies don’t gamble twice on failures.

Tons of product affiliations mean high expectations for the movie. Take a walk through the 99 Cent Store tomorrow and look at all the Speed Racer merchandise. That had a lot of tie-ins too. The tie-ins don’t help deliver the movie, it’s the other way around, and advertisers will NEVER pony up again on Trek if they get burned this time.

I hope some fans think long and hard before they avoid or boycott the movie over some childish continuity nitpick.

77. Anthony Pascale - January 28, 2009

RE: trivia challenge
I would not take that bet. I have often said that although I love Trek and run this site, I am by no means an expert on all things Trek. However, John Tenuto and/or Jeff Bond could probably give you a run for your money.

78. Capt Mike of the Terran Empire - January 28, 2009

77. Ok Anthony. But Ill take there Challenge. Anthony the Work you Guys do is just Amazing and Again thank you for all the Hard work you and your Staff do.

79. David P - January 28, 2009

Monopoly game looks good

80. Denise de Arman - January 28, 2009

ster julie#65- Pon Farr – a spicy Vulcan musky scent with a hint of fevered panic

I like the way you think!

81. T Drake - January 28, 2009

…developing a trio of fragrances celebrating classic Star Trek. “Tiberius,” “Pon Farr” and “Red Shirt” fragrances …
Really.?’re putting me on!

82. Canon Schmanon - January 28, 2009

I think they’re over-merchandising Trek, and some of the manufacturers are going to be pretty disappointed. Hopefully I’m wrong.

83. Iowagirl - January 28, 2009

LoL – and one small flacon will last a lifetime…(highly illogical marketing strategy, btw).

Anyway, if XI keeps the classic goodies coming as well, it might be eventually good for something.

84. Sebi - January 28, 2009

Don’t you know the poem?

StarTrek, StarTrek everywhere, let’s all go have a drink?


85. Sebi - January 28, 2009

Sorry, and “Red Shirt” fragrances ??

Thats just wrong…. How does it smell? Like death I tell ya…

86. John-Robin! - January 28, 2009

I live in Norway too……and it’s NOT the first time since Trek V a Trek movie has been shown,in reply to post 15. They showed Nemesis for ONE weekend,LOL! And those posters are nice,picked’em up yesterday along with the teaser poster for the other movie I’m most looking forward to this year,Transformers 2. Living in Norway sucks,that’s why I LOVE going to the US or London to do my shopping. And of course,I do Comic Con every summer. And the footage I saw on Tuesday,the same that JJ Abrams has been travelling around with,was GREAT!!!! I’ve been lurking here for some time now so it was about time to post I guess,LOL! Have FUN y’all! John-Robin!

87. Jordan - January 28, 2009

OK, the perfume thing? Uh…. yeah. Lame.

88. Rastaman - January 28, 2009


89. Diggin' up Bones - January 29, 2009

What? No lunchbox?

90. William Kirk - January 29, 2009

I´m glad that these products are TOS licences with TOS crew Shatner, Nimoy and co. I don´t know whether Trek everywhere is the best thing…I mean overtrekking could be negative, too. But better more than nothing :-)

91. Engon - January 29, 2009

“Today’s ‘Pon Farr’ woman know how to send her man deep into the Plak Tow.”

“‘Pon Farr’ – when logic isn’t enough.”

92. scifib5st - January 29, 2009

Some of us need the Diet version of the Star Trek Cookie Jar! This one would have a battery in it so when ever the lid is removed you would see Red Led lights blinking and hear Riker say, “Red Alert, Red Alert!”

93. Chadwick - January 29, 2009

LMAO “Pon Farr” fragrance! Clever marketing.

All I really collect regarding trek are high end replicas from Master Replicas, posters (mainly anniversary posters) and detailed model Starfleet ships like those from Art Asylum (diamond select.) Occasionally I buy a uniform but again it would have to be high end and identical to the movie, some uniforms out there…are so pathetic..I would never be caught in them lol. I feel sorry for those people wearing TNG uniforms that are stretched to hell..I mean, your not doing Star Trek justice when you look like..well..shit lol.

94. Refridgerator - January 29, 2009

Ok, who really wants red shirt fragrence. That ddoesn’t sound like fandom to me, sounds like suicide.

95. JohnSmallberries - January 29, 2009

Red Shirt… Splash it on… You may not get another chance.

96. ~~TARA~~ - January 29, 2009

Wow I can’t wait…the iteam I’m looking forward to has to be children’s license clothes. I need to deck out my 4 year old in Trek clothing:)

97. CmdrR - January 29, 2009

Briefly Stated will take on the adult market for sleepwear and loungewear.

Ah, images of AdmrR in a Barbara Luna pose, dressed in shadow and my lust.

98. Big D - January 29, 2009

#72…I have the SFA ring as well, wife bought it for me as a bday gift. It’s in perfect shape, I’ve worn it maybe 5 times, but I love it…

Wonder what they have in store for us this time…

99. I am Kurok! - January 29, 2009

Fragrance. . . .

I picture Vina from “The Menagarie” (either a Susan Oliver lookalike or CGI) in her skimpy tattered dress: “Talos IV cologne-you’re the prefect specimen, now let your imagination run wild!!”

100. krikzil (aka Lixy) - January 29, 2009

#98–“#72…I have the SFA ring as well, wife bought it for me as a bday gift. It’s in perfect shape, I’ve worn it maybe 5 times, but I love it…”

What a nice wife!

101. Engon - January 30, 2009

“Red Shirt” – The new fragrance that says, “You’re expendable.”

102. GARY - January 30, 2009


103. T.U.M. - January 30, 2009

“Ponn Farr – for those moments when having is as pleasing a thing as wanting.”

104. DNA-1843 - January 31, 2009

Regarding the Worf fragrance: Do you think that they meant that he smelled of buring peat (which is noce) or just dried peat ( which is almost as nice)?

105. BLSisko - January 31, 2009

Hold on everyone, there has been as serious drought of ST merchandise in your average store. Today I walked in to a TRU and purchased a DS figure of Spock and the TMP 2 figure set. We can scream OVERKILL but when is the last time any of us could do that? I have been around since 65 and to see this happen all over again is a joy to see. Am I going to wear the red shirt fragrance, no…. but Better to have than have not.

106. Vulcan927 - February 1, 2009

Have Star Trek Uno already but love Monopoly so will be getting that one.

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