Podcast: All Access Star Trek Previews ‘Strange New Worlds’ Season 2 With New Cast Interview Clips

All Access Star Trek podcast episode 141 - TrekMovie - Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.

Tony and Laurie give an update on the WGA strike, look at the Emmy buzz around Star Trek: Picard, and celebrate Prodigy‘s Tell-Tale TV win for Favorite Animated Series. Then they take a deep dive into season 2 of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, covering interviews from MCM Comic Con in London and then playing clips from Tony’s brand-new interviews with cast members Anson Mount, Rebecca Romijn, Ethan Peck, Paul Wesley, Celia Rose Gooding, Melissa Navia, Babs Olusanmokun, and Jess Bush. They also give their spoiler-free thoughts about the season premiere, which they both had a chance to watch. They wrap things up with a Star Trek-themed intersection in Sacramento and a podcast interview with Doug Drexler.


Showrunners say producing is writing [Variety]

Aggressive “shut it down” movement is being felt by studios [THR]

All unions show unity. Issue joint statement solidarity with DGA [Deadline]

David A. Goodman (ST vet and WGA leader) interview [KCRW]

Star Trek: Picard makes lists for possible Emmy nominations [THR]

Emmy spotlight: ‘Star Trek: Picard’ deserves a Best Drama nom for final season just like ‘The Next Generation’ got [Gold Derby]

Watch: New Videos Take You Inside ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Season 3 Visual Effects

Tell-Tale TV Awards [Tell-Tale TV]

All 10 TOS And TNG Star Trek Movies Returning To Paramount+ In June

Watch: All Of ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ Season 1 Available For Free On YouTube In USA

Watch: ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ Clip Of Number One’s Trial; New Images Reveal Season 2 Clues

Analysis: ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ Trailer Reveals Season 2 Clues


Tony: Did you know Sacramento County has a Star Trek-themed intersection?

Laurie: Doug Drexler on Eyewitness History podcast

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😂😂😂😂 Warp Drive is the greatest street name. 😂😂😂😂

I want to buy the first house on the block 17 cross-streets down from where this road begins…address 1701

My grandparents used to have a 1701 address and I always remembered it! Then they moved, boooo.

Did they move because of all the Klingons and other weirdos who kept trying to get selfies of their address day and night? :)

So cool!

I saw Jessie Gender on twitter talk about the trial episode (which she´s seen). She said it was one of the best Trek episodes of this era. In the ballpark of Drumhead or Measure of a man which sounds very promising.

Nice! I’m still trying to resist watching.

Did the over ‘black eyebrow with blonde hair’ thing that she has Chapel doing start with Madonna during the late 80s or has that always been a thing that I just turned a blind eye towards? She may be very pretty but I have a hard time paying attention due to ‘the distraction factor.’

Dark eyebrows with blonde hair exist in real life with no hair lightening involved.

I knew quite a few people like that as kids and teens.

It begs the question why people should lighten brows to match hair.

I’m talking the extreme kind, where the eyebrows and the hair have no correlation at all, which I’ve always taken to mean bleached hair, based on … close observation.

Not meaning brown-blonde brows w/blonde hair, which is quite the natural norm so far as I know.

She’s getting campaigned against by anti trans activists. The comments on her videos are being bombed.

Anson Mount has come out in support on Twitter.

I would encourage those who appreciate Jesse’s work and who log into YouTube to comment positively to show support.

I have yet to see a bad courtroom episode on Trek. Worf’s Rules of Engagement on DS9 has long been a favorite.

Developers tend to be the ones who choose street names. Here in Riverside (CA), we have a Yellow Brick Road. For quite a while, it sported painted on yellow bricks.

My parents live in a neighborhood where the developer liked science fiction writers. There are Heinlein, Bester, Gaiman, Pournelle, and Asimov streets, among others.

Some of the greats there, for sure.

Marc Maron has a great conversation with William Shatner on his WTF podcast this week. Shatner talks very movingly of his jaunt to space with depth I’ve not heard before. He also talks about his progression from radio and community theater to live television to movies and then to television series. He touches on his friendship with Nimoy, but there isn’t a lot of Trek discussion because Maron is not a Trekkie. The conversation is lively, and it is wonderful that Shatner is as together at 92 as he ever has been.

Agree! I write a Substack about podcasts and as soon as I heard that, I had my next issue. I think it’s the best interview of his I’ve ever heard. He and Marc were a great combo.

Thanks. That was a hilarious interview.