We also take a look at how some other Star Trek celebs are coping with the coronavirus isolation.Read More
The legendary Star Trek star wanted his story to help others after his passing.
Star Trek’s first captain is playing himself in one of the final episodes of the hit CBS sitcom.
The ‘Star Trek: Next Generation’ star also has a new TV series debuting this week.
He tasks you, and you can see him at one of 11 cities in the midwest and west coast.
In the next few days, Star Trek is going where it hasn’t gone before.
New guest star-packed episode also sees the return of Star Trek: TNG alumnus Wil Wheaton.
The world has lost a genre icon whose expansive career even touched on Star Trek.
We also have photos, quotes, and a collection of some of the best Trek celebrity social media posts from DST.
A year before agreeing to return to Star Trek, the actor talked about how far he went to avoid roles like Picard.
Watch video of Uhura from ‘Star Trek’ talking about ‘Noah’s Room’ as her legacy project.
‘Other people may accept death peacefully; not me, when I go I’m going kicking and screaming.’ says Star Trek’s original Captain Kirk.
Also, John Cho has been tapped to star in yet another movie, this time for Netflix.
We also talk about his new memoir and his feuds on social media.
It’s a good bet the upcoming Jean-Luc Picard series came up in conversation during this reunion dinner.
New info on ‘Star Trek V,’ his complicated relationship with Leonard Nimoy, and a trip via magic mushrooms.
Plus Trek cast and crew members welcome Ethan Peck on social media.
It’s not just the fans who are excited.
The ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ star is jumping into the DC TV universe.
Nichols becomes the second original Star Trek luminary given the InkPot by SDCC
“Why Not Me,” William Shatner’s country music collaboration with Jeff Cook, arrives in August.
Featuring interviews with a number of Star Trek luminaries, preview to be held at Comic-Con.