Tony, Laurie, and guest Jon Spencer also dig into the latest tidbits about Quentin Tarantino’s stalled Star Trek project.
This show was deeply missed—and worth the wait.
Second season arrives on Thursday.
We caught up with the voice actors behind Captain and Admiral Freeman at the red carpet premiere.
The actor is also pushing for a live-action version of ‘Lower Decks.’
The showrunner teases more legacy character appearances and talks about pitching new ideas to Alex Kurtzman.
Tony and Laurie also talk about the impact of Alex Kurtzman’s extended deal with ViacomCBS.
Find out what Tendi and Rutherford get up to in season two of the animated Star Trek comedy.
The actors behind Mariner and Boimler reveal more season two details.
Tony and Laurie also talk Captain Proton, ‘Jeopardy!,’ and the latest convention news.
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The ensigns are back on August 12th.
For season two there won’t be the same wait.
Pre-orders available on August 11th.
Mike McMahan and his cast had a lot of fun talking about the new season coming in August.
There are new images too!
A demotion, some Datas, fish people, and more.
Discovery matches its total nominations from season two.
The animated Trek comedy returns on August 12th
Back-to-back virtual panels promise new reveals for the Paramount+ animated Star Trek shows.
Tony and Laurie also speculate on which TNG vet might be in the ‘Star Trek: Picard’ writers’ room.
Season two arrives in August.
Tony and Laurie also cover William Shatner’s newfound interest in K-pop.
The voice behind Boimler also reveals how Jonathan Frakes gave him a big ‘Lower Decks’ spoiler.
The showrunner also explains his struggles with Wesley, and why O’Brien deserves a statue.
We put the new home video release under the adjudication geode.
Tony and Laurie also cover the latest on ‘Strange New Worlds’ and Star Trek cons, and celebrate the long life of Norman Lloyd.
The showrunner also talks about how Riker on ‘Lower Decks’ fits with Riker on ‘Picard.’
It’s a special crossover event!