TrekMovie speaks exclusively with Star Trek: Discovery’s co-showrunner and co-writer of the season finale.
Articles by Anthony Pascale
Sir Patrick Stewart has returned to work playing Jean Luc-Picard
The second season wraps up in a game-changing finale.
The final part of our interview focuses on his days as Riker and the movie franchise.
Thousands of fans are letting CBS know they aren’t ready to say goodbye to Captain Pike.
The second part of our exclusive interview covers his work on the current crop of CBS Trek shows.
The two-part season finale kicks off with moments large and small.
‘The Orville’ returns on Thursday with an episode directed by Frakes.
Pike faces an impossible decision while Burnham hunts for Control.
Our report from IDW’s Star Trek panel from WonderCon includes some additional exclusive details.
The behind-the-scenes team also discusses how the show does its Trek research.
The actress also expresses her wish to return for the third season.
The conflict that has been brewing all season finally heats up.
He also says he wants Saru to find love in season three.
The actor also gives us a status update on the USS Discovery’s spore drive.
The executive producer outlines plans for the future of Star Trek on TV.
The actor also talks about his research into Leonard Nimoy.
We present highlights from Sunday’s panel at PaleyFest LA.
The executive producer also revealed what happened in Patrick Stewart’s kitchen just yesterday.
Anticipated revelations are just the start of this emotional episode.
We also have an update on Viacom merger talks and a hint at how Picard show may be handled internationally.
Jonathan Frakes helms an episode that brings a number of storylines into focus.
The woman behind the purr has been found and she has a story to tell.
A return to a classic Star Trek location brings back a lot of memories.
We also have location and early casting information for the new show.
There is so much going on in the promo for next week, we needed to take a closer look.
Season two hits the midpoint with a trip home and a trip into a crazy anomaly.
If it can be argued Thanos did nothing wrong, what about the Ba’ul?
The writers talk about the Prime Directive, Airiam, Saru’s future, and more.
Saru’s return home gets complicated.