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The 4 issue IDW mini-series bridges the gap between season 1 and 2.
Admiral Janeway is going to need some help with her mission to find Chakotay.
The Vulcan salute sculpture will be displayed in front of the Boston Museum of Science.
Tony and Laurie also take a look at the brand-new clip from ‘Star Trek: Picard’ season 3.
The third and final season is only 7 weeks away.
The crew must make a tough choice if they are to save the Federation.
The TrekMovie team picks our favorites, including fans’ creations as well as the biggest surprise of the year.
“Science is not a boy’s game, it’s not a girl’s game. It’s everyone’s game.” – Nichelle Nichols
Admiral Janeway’s thoughts also return to Chakotay.
Author David Mack continues the legacy of the Vanguard series.
The episode debuts on Paramount+ on Thursday, December 29.
Terry Matalas has a holiday present from composer Stephen Barton.
It’s a Christmas miracle.
Tony and Laurie also discuss Anson Mount’s comments about ‘Strange New Worlds’ and Star Trek’s idealism.
The kids try to stop the Protostar from destroying all of Starfleet.
Listen to the new log that sets up the stakes for the two-part season finale.
The 4-issue miniseries kicks off on Wednesday.
Terry Matalas is still dropping clues.
The episode debuts on Paramount+ on Thursday, December 22.
The actress is also talking up the qualities of Trekkies.
Julie and Shawna Benson say “Mindwalk” was inspired more by ‘Quantum Leap’ than TOS’ “Turnabout Intruder.”
He also reveals the genre he wants the show to take on next.
“I can understand what’s driving him, that true passion.”
Tony and Laurie also talk about the new DS9 comics from IDW.
Things are intense with Riker too.
A daring experiment goes awry, resulting in a mindswap.
The show that fans asked for is coming home.
The first issue from a “lost episode” of DS9 arrives in April.
He’s kicking off 12 days of Christmas with some Charles Dickens.