Captain Burnham faces her own no-win scenario.
The newest episode is directed by time travel vet Lea Thompson.
Seven and Raffi are the highlights of this audio drama that fills in the time between seasons of ‘Star Trek: Picard.’
Read a full recap of this first contact with the elusive beings behind the DMA.
The review also includes full recap plus canon connections.
Get the backstory on the Queen in the first issue of this new IDW mini-series.
The search for 10-C leads to a truly strange new world.
Jean-Luc and the gang are back, and better than ever.
The USS Discovery goes where few have gone before.
Michael and Book face off over the DMA.
The hiatus is over with a fun alien adventure.
The first 10-epside arc wraps up as strongly as it started.
Everything comes together for the penultimate episode before the mid-season finale.
It’s time for ‘Prodigy’ to tell a story about time.
Dal’s backstory is revealed to be something surprisingly familiar.
The animated kids series returns from hiatus with a bang.
Author Alex White’s Star Trek debut is a delight.
New licensor launches a new line of finely detailed 12-inch figures.
It’s time to take a look back at the year that was in Star Trek.
‘Discovery’ takes a week off space stuff to debate some weighty issues.
Jonathan Frakes returns to the director’s chair for a bottle show worth drinking.
Captain Burnham and the crew of the USS Discovery return to the DMA.
Tilly faces her biggest challenge yet.
The third episode of the season weaves together three plotlines, with a common theme.
As the galactic threat is revealed, the second episode of the season gets emotional.
The crew will have to come together if they want to get off the “Murder Planet.”
Captain Burnham takes charge as the Discovery faces a whole new threat.
The kids find their first strange new world.
Exciting new series debuts Friday (tonight).
The Protostar crew gets a little help from Hologram Janeway, but will they listen?