Alara has to confront some of her darkest fears in this standout episode of The Orville.Read More
‘The Orville’ gets allegorical, with a planet that has taken social media too far.
The time has finally arrived for Part 1 of a six-issue mega-event from IDW as I.D.I.C takes on a whole new meaning.
The two-issue Garth story from the Kelvin universe concludes in Boldly Go #12.
Co-writers Ted Sullivan and Joe Menosky bring us the most Star Trek episode of Discovery yet.
Things heat up as Picard takes command of the I.S.S. Enterprise.
The fifth episode of ‘Discovery’ also delivered a handful of easter eggs for the fans.
The fifth episode of ‘The Orville’ has Ed and Gordon go undercover on a Krill ship.
“The Butcher’s Knife Cares Not For The Lamb’s Cry” brings us back to classic Trek themes in an emotional and action-packed episode.
Charlize Theron joins ‘The Orville’ for “Pria,” an episode that echoes Star Trek but with some fun new twists.
Episode three feels more like a traditional Star Trek pilot with the introduction of the USS Discovery and crew.
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.
TrekMovie was in the studio for the first live streaming of After Trek
Learn more about about Georgiou, Burnham and Saru in David Mack’s prequel novel to the new Star Trek series.
Star Trek is back on TV where it belongs with Discovery.
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.
Learn how Captain Garth became Lord Garth of Izar in this month’s exciting issue.
TrekMovie’s beer aficionados review Shmaltz Brewing’s newest Star Trek themed ale, Symbiosis, brewed in celebration of The Next Generation’s 30th anniversary.
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.
Who would believe Edward Jellico is an even bigger jerk in the Mirror Universe?
This final issue in the Star Trek: Waypoint series also includes a TOS story focusing on Nurse Chapel.