Bear witness to the ‘Lower Decks’ take on the courtroom episode… or face the eels.
Articles by Anthony Pascale
Jumping into the future doesn’t leave all of canon behind.
Find out what really happens when Starfleet science goes wrong.
If we’re right, the crew of the USS Discovery may hold the key to saving the 32nd century.
The actor is also ready to put on the spacesuit again.
It’s dangerous malfunctions week on the USS Cerritos.
Love is in the air on the USS Cerritos.
The Voyager gang is up for it, Kurtzman wants black and white shorts, and the perfect writer is on board too.
This episode confirms what we always suspected about the holodeck.
Kurtzman also announced the hire of a composer to score one of the Star Trek shows in development.
The third episode of the series makes some classic moves.
The ViacomCBS streaming service is set to be relaunched and rebranded in 2021
The second episode of the series settles into a nice rhythm.
The show creator drops some hints on what’s coming in season one and season two.
A new era begins with the franchise’s first animated adult comedy.
Alexander Siddig brought Andrew Robinson, Cirroc Lofton, Armin Shimerman, and Nana Visitor to his online social club for the readings.
Find out what it takes to bring the Saurian to life, ahead of his appearance in season 3.
“Travis didn’t have very much to do over those four years.”
Get ready to jump into the 32nd century with Michael Burnham and the crew of the USS Discovery.
Sir Patrick Stewart, Brent Spiner, Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, Jeri Ryan, and the new ‘Picard’ cast were all online for Comic-Con@Home.
Executive producer Alex Kurtzman gave a brief update on the series during the Comic-Con@Home Star Trek panel.
Bob also gives his thoughts on ‘Star Trek: Picard.’
We freeze those frames and we can see everything packed into this first good look at ‘Lower Decks.’
“What I added in that first episode was a sexual ambiguity about Garak,” says Robinson.
Did Cruz drop a big clue about season three?
The naval historian breaks down the battle from the Picard finale.
TrekMovie talked to Creation president Gary Berman to get an update on the new location and more.
Tim also talks about representation on Star Trek and Black Lives Matter.
Work for some has wrapped, but others are still at it and doing it remotely.
And they’re not the only ones who’ve called it out over the years.