Watch All The Star Trek Day Events And Join Our Twitter Spaces Discussion Afterwards

appy Star Trek Day! In honor of the American premiere of Star Trek: The Original Series 55 years ago today, Paramount+ is running a free live-streamed celebration that will include conversations with legacy cast members as well as new ones, and hopefully new trailers and footage from upcoming series like Discovery, Picard, Strange New Worlds, Prodigy, and Lower Decks. 

TrekMovie will be at the event, so check back here and on our Twitter feed for coverage of all the excitement.  After the event, we’ll be live on Twitter Spaces discussing everything we’ve seen. Please join in the conversation here.

Star Trek Day schedule

Here is the schedule for the evening—all times are Pacific:

5:30 pm – Jeff Russo and the Star Trek Day Orchestra kickoff the celebration with the Star Trek Universe Overture

5:37 pm – Welcome remarks from Wil Wheaton and Mica Burton

5:45 pm – Star Trek: Prodigy with cast members Brett Gray and Dee Bradley Baker, executive producers Kevin and Dan Hageman, and co-executive producer/director Ben Hibon.

6:03 pm – Legacy moment: Deep Space Nine with Cirroc Lofton

6:08 pm – Star Trek: Discovery with cast members Wilson Cruz, Blu del Barrio, and Ian Alexander and co-showrunner and executive producer Michelle Paradise

6:25 pm – Legacy moment: Enterprise with Anthony Montgomery

6:30 pm – Strange New Worlds with cast members Anson Mount, Rebecca Romijn, and Ethan Peck, and  co-showrunners and executive producers Akiva Goldsman and Henry Alonso Myers

6:50 pm – Legacy moment: Voyager with Garrett Wang

6:55 pm – Lower Decks with cast members Noël Wells and Eugene Cordero and showrunner/executive producer Mike McMahan

7:25 pm – Legacy moment: Star Trek (The Original Series) with George Takei

7:30 pm – Roddenberry legacy, Wil Wheaton talks to iconic Star Trek cast and crew members and Rod Roddenberry

7:50 pm – Legacy moment: The Next Generation with LeVar Burton

7:55 pm – Star Trek: Picard with cast members Patrick Stewart and Jeri Ryan, co-showrunner and executive producer Akiva Goldsman, and a special live performance from Isa Briones singing “Blue Skies”

Watch the live feed

Fans worldwide will be able to live-stream the Star Trek Day celebration panels for free at StarTrek.com/Day. The panels will also stream for free in the U.S. on Paramount+ and Paramount+’s Twitch page. You can watch it on YouTube here:

More to come

There is much more to come on this big Star Trek Day, with more announcements expected. So stay tuned to TrekMovie for our full Star Trek Day coverage.


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Can’t wait to watch new trailers and short clips, specially SNW and Prodigy!

Seems like Prodigy will be premiering directly after LDS S2 finishes its run.

Is it possible that we’ll have Trek straight through to late spring 2022?

Wow!

November 18th premiere for Discovery S4.

We’ll actually get a about a month of overlap with Prodigy.

Yeah, I just saw that – they’re making a point of it on Facebook that this will be the first time in over 20 years that there are two Trek shows on at the same time.

I mean, once SNW premieres there’ll actually be five simultaneously in their first runs, which is unprecedented, but even though there are already three right now, up until now none of them have actually debuted new episodes in the same week as one another; the closest we’ve gotten is the handoff from the end of Lower Decks S1 to the beginning of Discovery S3 the following week. Now, for the first time since DS9 ended alongside Voyager‘s fifth season back in 1999, there’ll be fresh shiny new episodes of two different Star Trek TV series each week for seven weeks.

(On the other hand, unless Lower Decks is getting more than ten episodes this season, there’ll be a week without a new episode of anything between the LD S2 finale and the Prodigy series premiere. Not a big deal at all considering the droughts we’ve sometimes had in the past, but I had kind of expected and hoped Prodigy would debut on October 21st rather than the 28th, so that there’d be a smooth, steady, uninterrupted stream of Trek beginning back on August 12th. But a slight extra wait of a mere week is not a big deal at all.)

Did Goldsman write that transporter clone bit?

Who are the two MC girls on red carpet girls? Did they win a contest or something to be allowed there?

They admit they’ve not watched any of the new shows… they couldn’t pronounce a vast majority of the actor names….

Has me stumped too.

ViacomCBS has social media influencers who don’t watch their own stuff?

How does that work?

Naomi Kyle’s watched every show. The other woman (I keep missing her name) has watched everything except Discovery. Kyle’s been in the business for a good long while, so I’m guessing the same applies to her co-host.

This is definitely going on way, way, way too long. Don’t get me wrong. I wasn’t expecting an interlude like this. I would have gone and cooked dinner instead.

Going ot guess technical difficulties somewhere on the main stage or something else is going on and they are trying to stall for time, live events are always fun when anything goes off script.

Yeah, makes sense.

I remember Naomi Kyle from IGN but didn’t recognize her immediately at first, had to look up her twitter to be sure it was her.

I dunno, but they’re kind of annoying.

The live panels have been great. I’m super curious as to why the real schedule is so far off from what y’all jotted down. This interlude just keeps going and going.

It’s a live event with fans in the audience, etc., things started late.

There was always a 20 minute intermission for the people at the event in the schedule.

Appreciate the reply!