Doug Jones, Jeri Ryan, and Michael Dorn Join Star Trek Celebrity Lineup For Trek Talks 3 Telethon On January 13

Trek Talks 3

Saturday, January 13th is Trek Talks 3, a marathon of Star Trek panels on YouTube to benefit the Hollywood Food Coalition produced by Trek Geeks, Roddenberry Podcasts, and TrekMovie. Cohosted by John Billingsley (Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Dr. Phlox) and Bonnie Gordon (the voice of the computer on Star Trek: Prodigy), the event has interviews and panels with Star Trek luminaries from behind and in front of the camera, plus discussions with scientists, activists, and more.

Panel highlights include a Star Trek: Picard season 3 reunion, a first-of-its-kind “Tuvix” panel (including Tuvix himself, Tom Wright), and a cast and crew conversation about the Strange New Worlds/Lower Decks crossover. Details and panelists in the schedule below.

New guests just added!

The final panelists were announced today. Discovery‘s Doug Jones and Picard‘s Jeri Ryan and Michael Dorn have just been added to the line-up.

Where to watch on Saturday, January 13

The pre-show with the SyFy Sistas starts at 9:45 AM PT / 12:45 pm PT, telethon begins at 10:00 AM PT.

You can watch on TrekMovie’s YouTube channel.

Full schedule

All times listed are approximate and in Pacific Time, and there will be interstitials between panels.

Guests and times are subject to change.

Start time (approximate) Panel Moderator
9:45 AM PT Pre-show SyFy Sistas
10:00 AM PT Welcome with John Billingsley and Bonnie Gordon
10:10 AM PT Spotlight: Rod Roddenberry John Billingsley & Bonnie Gordon
10:30 AM PT Strange New Worlds/Lower Decks crossover with Jonathan Frakes, Tawny Newsome, Bill Wolkoff, and Kathryn Lyn Laurie Ulster
11:05 AM PT Women in STEM with Dr. Erin Macdonald, Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, and Rica Sirbaugh-French Amy Imhoff
11:35 AM PT Tomorrow’s Yesterdays: a Retrospective of Women in Star Trek with Michelle Hurd, Dawnn Lewis, Marian Smothers, and Adele Simmons SyFy Sistas
12:25 PM PT Trektivism with Yezenia Mascorro, Mark Sickle, and Mel Lowery Heather Rae Barker & Matthew Cimone
1:00 PM PT Spotlight: Nami Melumad Norman Lao
1:20 PM PT Producing Trek with Dan & Kevin Hageman, Aaron Waltke, and Brannon Braga Anthony Pascale
1:55 PM PT Spotlight: Connor Trinneer John Champion
2:30 PM PT Star Trek: Picard reunion with Terry Matalas, Jonathan Frakes, Gates McFadden, Jeri Ryan, Ashlei Sharpe-Chestnut, Michael Dorn, Brent Spiner, and Todd Stashwick Jonathan Del Arco & Dr. Kayla Iacovino
3:50 PM PT “Tuvix” panel with Ethan Phillips, Tim Russ, Tom Wright, and Lisa Klink Garrett Wang & Robert Duncan McNeill
4:30 PM PT Spotlight: Nana Visitor Tamia Harper
5:00 PM PT Spotlight: Ken Biller Ian Spelling
5:30 PM PT Spotlight: Doug Jones Jessica Verdi
5:58 PM PT Farewell and thanks John Billingsley & Bonnie Gordon

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Tomororrow's Yesterdays with the SyFy Sistas and Dawnn Lewis, Adele Simmons, Marian Smothers, and Michelle HurdTuvix panel with Tom Wright, Tim Russ, Ethan Phillips, and Lisa Klink, moderated by Robbie McNeill and Garrett Wang

Star Trek: Picard season 3 panel with Ashlei Sharpe-Chestnut, Jonathan Frakes, Terry Matalas, Brent Spiner, Todd Stashwick, Gates McFadden, Michael Dorn, and Jeri Ryan

Producing Trek panel with Dan & Kevin Hageman, Aaron Waltke, and Brannon Braga, moderated by Anthony Pascale

Strange New Worlds/Lower Decks crossover panel with Jonathan Frakes, Tawny Newsome, Bill Wolkoff, and Kathryn Lyn, moderated by Laurie Ulster

About Hollywood Food Coalition

The mission of the Hollywood Food Coalition is to feed and serve the immediate needs of the hungry every day of the year so they can build better lives. You can see some of the great work Hollywood Food Coalition is doing on their YouTube channel in videos like this one:

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People are still talking about Tuvix after all these years. Say what you want about the episode, you have to admit it made an impression.

I haven’t seen it in probably 20 years.

It would be cool to see another alternate future episode of Voyager where Tuvix lived. With Tuvok’s knowledge and experience, and Neelix’s resourcefulness, he found a way to get Voyager home earlier, and was able to be a key player in negotiating a peace treaty with the Dominion, thereby ending years of bloodshed before they happened. But because he was split back in two, these things never occurred.

I actually thought Tuvix was a pretty forgettable episode.

Looks like a nice line-up this year.

I’ll probably watch it all (though I’m sure I’ll have to watch some later on), but I’m most looking forward to the Prodigy/Voyager with Aaron Waltke, the Hagemans, and Brannon Braga. Should be interesting to hear their discussion, given the connections between the shows.

Also really excited for the Picard, LDs/SNW, and Tuvix panels. The individual spotlights look promising as well.

Oh hey btw, NASA’s Peregrine, which is carrying the ashes of a certain Trek luminary, has reported a successful launch Monday morning, on a Vulcan rocket. But, there’s now a report of this mission to the Moon, the first time for the US since Apollo, has a ‘catastrophic’ fuel leak. Plz remember the mission.

Ah, I read something that the rocket was carrying commercial cargo (in addition to, e.g., scientific instruments) and was wondering what kind of cargo could be transported to the moon.

They should ask Connor why Dominic quit the Shuttle Pod. I’m sure there is some tea to spill.

But over all this is looking very cool.

Wasn’t there reference of Dominic having ongoing health issues some time ago, if that’s the case that maybe why he left

I did not know that. Hope he is ok. If that is the case, I would nominate John Billingsley to replace Dominic, but John is busy with other podcasts. Bummer