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The first two episodes of a new behind the scenes documentary take you onto the set of Star Trek Continues. Wired and Condé Nast Entertainment were on set for the filming of episode 3, “Fairest of Them All”. Producer Vic Mignogna takes you on a tour of what director James Kerwin calls “the fourth season of The Original Series”. The set designers, costume designers, makeup artists, editors, and everyone involved with the shooting have taken every step to ensure that the episodes of STC look and feel like something shot in the 1960’s, and the attention to detail is worthy of the nitpickiest of Trekkies (go ahead, do your worst in the comments). Look for episodes 3, 4, and 5 of the behind the scenes doc in weeks to come.
Episode 1: CATCH VIC MIGNOGNA BEHIND THE SCENES IN THE SERIES STAR TREK CONTINUES
Behind the Scenes of “Fairest of Them All”
Episodes 1 and 2 of this new behind the scenes documentary debuted today, but the series will be a total of five episodes long. Watch for episode 3 debuting next Tuesday on Wired TV, followed by episodes 4 (6/24) and 5 (7/1).
Intended to pick up where the original show left off, the web series “Star Trek Continues” has brought about a wave of nostalgic appreciation for the classic sci-fi show. After a successful Kickstarter campaign and now, with two full webisodes under its belt, the show, by producer/director/super fan/star Vic Mignogna, is ushering in brand-new voyages of the starship Enterprise.
Episode 2: TAKE A SNEAK PEEK AT VIC MIGNOGNA’S MIRROR, MIRROR RESOLUTION IN STAR TREK CONTINUES
TrekMovie’s Las Vegas Screening
Read more about the soon-to-be-released episode of Star Trek Continues and see TrekMovie’s exclusive photos of the cast. The episode is set to premier this Sunday at the Supanova convention in Sydney, Australia and will be available on the web the same day for your viewing pleasure. Want to see “Fairest of Them All” on the big screen, but can’t make it to Sydney in two days? Join TrekMovie in Las Vegas for a midnight screening (July 31st–August 1st) at the Las Vegas AMC Town Square theater, and hang around after the showing for a Q&A session with the cast and crew. Admission is free, but we’ll be filling seats on a first come, first served basis.