Watch: Star Trek: DS9 And Wil Wheaton August Panels; More GalaxyCon Events Next 3 Weekends

The summer is officially over and we have some more video to share from GalaxyCon’s summer series of virtual events featuring Star Trek stars. And the online events are still coming! There are two more lined up for this weekend and more over the next two weekends.

Watch August GalaxyCon Trek panels

GalaxyCon has put up some (but not all) of their free GalaxyCon Star Trek panels from August.

Deep Space Nine

Armin Shimerman (Quark), Nana Visitor (Major Kira), Alexander Siddig (Doctor Bashir), Andy Robinson (Garak), Terry Farrell (Lt. Cmdr. Jadzia Dax), and Chase Masterson (Leeta). Recorded on Sunday, August 30th, 2020.

Wil Wheaton

Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Wesley Crusher, recorded August 23rd.


Star Trek: The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine Klingons Martok (J.G. Hertzler) and Gowron (Robert O’Reilly), recorded August 9th.

More GalaxyCon Trek events for next 3 weekends

September 19 and 20: Two Next Generation events 

Two separate Star Trek: The Next Generation events in one weekend. Jonathan Frakes, John de Lancie, and Gates McFadden on Saturday, September 19th at 12 pm ET and Marina Sirtis, Denise Crosby, and Brent Spiner on Sunday, September 20th at 2 pm ET. One-on-one video chats and autographs are also available.

September 26: Walter Koenig/Babylon 5 event

Star Trek’s Walter Koenig will be doing a virtual event with his Babylon 5 co-stars Bruce Boxleitner and Claudia Christian on Saturday, September 26, at 4 pm ET. One-on-one video chats and autographs are also available.

October 3: William Shatner

Star Trek’s William Shatner returns to GalaxyCon for a solo event on Saturday, October 3rd at 12 pm ET. One-on-one video chats and autographs are also available.

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Thanks again TrekMovie for the heads up.

Covid has had the unexpected benefit of making these kinds of convention panels available remotely.

I’ve been really enjoying them. I miss the live convention experience, especially as our kids are just at the age of joining us in attending. On balance though, I’ve seen more Trek-related talent and producers than I’ve been able to do in decades.