Popular fan series Star Trek Continues has released its 10th episode, with only one more to go.
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The Orville’s fourth episode lifts a plot straight from The Original Series, and the result is essentially what a TOS story would look like if staged like a TNG episode.
The Orville’s third episode makes several pointed observations about gender and culture, but struggles with tone and a final act that feels somewhat predictable.
We also have clips from the episode and some Orville news updates, including hints of upcoming Star Trek cameos.
Seth MacFarlane’s loving tribute to Star Trek is less Family Guy and more Sci-Fi.
Todd McFarlane also details plans for more products from the rest of the Star Trek franchise.
Star Trek: The Next Generation’s star also talked at STLV about how he is proud to be Captain Picard and more.
Plus hints on what’s next in this integrated extended universe for ‘Star Trek: Discovery.’
Our SDCC coverage concludes with an exclusive talk with Neville Page, Creature Designer of Discovery and the recent Star Trek films.
John de Lancie (‘Q’) guest stars in the penultimate episode of the popular fan series.
CBS has unveiled yet another prop from Star Trek: Discovery, this one an update to a little-used but iconic prop from The Original Series, the phaser rifle.
Fan production Star Trek Continues has revealed that actor John de Lancie is in their next episode, and the production also announced release dates for their remaining episodes.
Check out a video demo of our first impressions of Star Trek’s first immersion into the world of VR gaming.
See the latest from Star Trek’s first virtual voyage into the world of VR gaming.
The newest entry in the fan series comes from ‘The Tholian Web’ writer Judy Burns.
Star Trek’s virtual reality debut will have to wait a couple of months longer, as developers put the finishing touches on the game and create an additional experience that features a very famous starship from Trek’s history.
A well executed repackaging of the single-season sets that offers a tremendous amount of content for a great price.
The casting news keeps on coming as three more actors beam aboard.
Star Trek Online celebrates its 7th Anniversary in style with an expansion pack that includes new missions, new ships, and the visualization of a race that was discussed but never shown on screen.
Michael Okuda’s graphic designs are an indelible part of the Star Trek franchise, and now’s your chance to bring them into your home.
Journey back to Talos IV this Wednesday when Larry Nemecek (aka “Dr. Trek”), talks to Robert Butler, the director of “The Cage”, in a special live web teleconference that should thrill Trek and pop culture buffs alike.
Teamwork – the notion of working together to achieve a common goal – is a touchstone of Star Trek and a key component of the upcoming Star Trek: Bridge Crew, the first virtual reality Star Trek game from Ubisoft and developer Red Storm Entertainment. I got a chance to try the game and spoke to one of the developers. UPDATE: Release date pushed back to March 14, 2017.
We spoke with longtime Trek authors Mark Altman and Ed Gross about their ambitious two-volume oral history of the franchise, their hopes for Discovery, and more.
The first virtual reality Star Trek game will be heading your way this November. UPDATE: Ubisoft has pushed the release date back to March 14, 2017.
The Smithsonian’s recent restoration of the Enterprise shooting model has the old girl looking better than ever, and our old friend Paul Sibbald has created some new videos using photos of the restored physical model in celebration.
Kirstie Alley made her convention debut Thursday afternoon, walking out to thunderous applause.
Star Trek Beyond has a very solid debut, but falls short of its predecessors.
A very heartfelt and emotional trailer for Adam Nimoy’s documentary about his Dad and Spock has hit the interwebs.
Now’s your chance to pick up an amazing collection of Trek comics and also help a good cause.
Amidst ongoing litigation against fan film Star Trek Axanar, today CBS and Paramount Pictures have issued guidelines to all current and would-be Star Trek fan productions.