Blu del Barrio and Ian Alexander join the season three cast.
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Boimler gets a girlfriend!
The Voyager gang is up for it, Kurtzman wants black and white shorts, and the perfect writer is on board too.
Take a deep dive with us into the fourth episode.
Anthony and Laurie also discuss Star Trek’s first female composer and William Shatner’s 1970s game show appearances.
This episode confirms what we always suspected about the holodeck.
Kurtzman also announced the hire of a composer to score one of the Star Trek shows in development.
Season one of ‘Discovery’ arrives over the air in the USA on September 24th.
The executive producer also talks about the impact of Gene Roddenberry’s vision for “Short Treks’ and beyond.
There’s also a trailer and some new official ‘Lower Decks’ merchandise.
Enough references to choke a Mugato!
The podcasters also hope for the best, nervously, for ‘Strange New Worlds.’
The third episode of the series makes some classic moves.
Get a look at episode 3, “Temporal Edict.”
All six episodes are available free online for a limited time, through the end of August.
Also, check out the clip and trailer for the episode airing this Thursday.
Alex Kurtzman talks about Pike’s fate and the future of ‘Short Treks.’
The closer you look at ‘Lower Decks,’ the more fun bits of Star Trek you will find.
See full video of Metaverse panel with Michelle Hurd, Isa Briones, Evan Evagora.
The ViacomCBS streaming service is set to be relaunched and rebranded in 2021
The podcasters are both suckers for Rutherford’s trip through Starfleet departments.
See video for today’s full Metaverse panel with Mike McMahan and members of the creative team.
The second episode of the series settles into a nice rhythm.
CBS has posted “Second Contact” on YouTube.
Executive producer Alex Kurtzman gives an update on Star Trek’s future, including ‘Short Treks’ ‘Prodigy,’ and ‘Section 31.’
The virtual event is happening one week before the season 3 premiere of ‘Star Trek: Discovery.’
There are books, dvds, calendars, and more ‘Picard’ media heading our way this year.
The show creator drops some hints on what’s coming in season one and season two.
The Star Trek animated series for kids is coming to Nickelodeon in 2021.
We also have a synopsis for “Envoys.”