Alex Kurtzman to oversee an expansion of Star Trek on TV, with both live-action and animated shows potentially in the works.Read More
Announcement made this afternoon at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.
Zachary Quinto says there are a lot of conversations going on now about the next Star Trek movie.
This week on the Shuttle Pod, your podcast crew discuss what’s on the horizon for the Star Trek franchise. And, a lot is brewing.
The shared owners of the Star Trek franchise are close to a deal, but only if they can agree who will be first officer to Captain Moonves.
The respective owners of Star Trek on film and television are down to talking price on a deal to remerge.
Paramount has a new opening in their 2020 schedule, and a decision to make about the future of Star Trek.
At the same conference, Viacom (parent company to Paramount) announced they are launching their own streaming service.
CEO Leslie Moonves touts growth of CBS All Access, lead by ‘Discovery’
After over a decade apart, the two owners of Star Trek may be coming back together.
The streaming service adds another genre show as a companion to ‘Discovery’ as the CEO again touts Star Trek.
CBS lauds the growth of All Access due to the launch of ‘Discovery’ while announcing another iconic franchise will join the streaming service.
In December you have a chance to pick up some Star Trek history.
The new streaming series has delivered record signups for CBS All Access.
The wait for news on movement for the next Star Trek feature film continues.
Thanks to ‘Discovery,’ All Access appears headed to meet its subscriber goals, but will they stick around?
There is also a business update related to Paramount’s reaction to J.J. Abrams signing on for another Star Wars movie.
Plus promotions for Discovery this past week in Toronto, New York, Los Angeles
Kurtzman talks plans for Discovery’s second season and gives more details on the main character’s backstory.
And in more of our business update, Paramount renews deal with ‘Star Trek Beyond’ partner.
Star Trek: TNG actress decries gender pay inequity in Hollywood.
Also how CBS intends to launch more new shows and make full seasons of all current series available on All Access