Anthony and Laurie also talk about the latest renewals for ‘Strange New Worlds’ and ‘Lower Decks’
New series to follow the adventures of a new class of Starfleet cadets.
Out of options, Picard takes a big risk to deal with Vadic.
Stephen Barton and Frederik Wiedmann are raiders of the lost themes.
This summer will be full of Star Trek.
The series set between seasons wraps up on Wednesday.
The podcasters suss out “Imposters” and find a “Bounty” of starships to fawn over.
The episode debuts on Paramount+ on Thursday, March 30.
The Face is back, and he’s not happy with Vadic.
Take a deep dive into some Star Trek history.
“We will continue to expand the Star Trek universe, absolutely.”
Tony and Laurie also speculate about what might be in the next Star Trek TV announcement.
LeVar Burton says it “makes a whole lot of sense.”
The remaining Titan crew plans a heist with a little help from some old friends.
TNG characters reunite on the Titan.
And showrunner Terry Matalas talks about how the character was essential to “Imposters.”
Actor Chad Colemen offered some insight into Disney’s renewal decision.
Come for the episodes, stay for the deleted scenes.
Akiva Goldsman is talking about the return of Captain Pike’s Enterprise.
The episode debuts on Paramount+ on Thursday, March 23.
There is more to explore with Ortegas and Uhura.
They have stock on almost the entire collection left over from Eaglemoss.
Anthony and Laurie also talk about what Michelle Yeoh’s Oscar win might mean for the Section 31 show.
A prodigal crewman from Picard’s past returns.
And Quentin Tarantino appears to have put the final nail in the coffin of his Star Trek project.
Also, get a closer look at a space baby and space beards.
The book is based on the 2021 ‘The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek’ docuseries.
The new series begins on Wednesday.
A new issue from the ongoing series arrives on Wednesday.
The prequel series tied to the upcoming game wraps up on Wednesday