The actor also talks about his legacy of playing Data.
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We are giving away three sets of hats and Blu-rays.
“We’re on a great track,” says the executive producer.
Another deleted scene and more clips from the special features.
The actor uses Shakespeare to give a glimpse of the new Q.
“In the COVID era, being able to shoot large-scale locations without having to leave the stage is a huge benefit.”
Tony and Laurie also talk about Trek’s Emmy nominations, new toys, and more.
Paramount+ looks to the land of enchantment to make sure their new worlds are strange.
See Dr. Culber and Michael Burnhan talk about how to deal with the Georgiou problem.
The actress says getting the captain’s chair was a “really big deal.”
A demotion, some Datas, fish people, and more.
The company that dominated Star Trek toys in the ’90s is back in 2022.
Discovery matches its total nominations from season two.
And Armin Shimerman is angling for one of the animated Trek shows.
The animated Trek comedy returns on August 12th
The actor also talks about a more “philosophical” Q.
Tony and Laurie also celebrate this being the 47th episode of the podcast.
Back-to-back virtual panels promise new reveals for the Paramount+ animated Star Trek shows.
Today marks a big moment in the show’s production.
But Dorn has moved on to pitching a new Western.
We also have an update on all the Star Trek novels coming in 2021.
According to the actor, season two is like “old home week.”
The man in charge of the Star Trek Universe also explains why it is built for streaming.
The ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ season one star is talking about what it would take to return to the franchise.
We go in for a closer look at the mysteries of the new teaser.
And who knew Kira’s mom was directing ‘Strange New Worlds’?
These kids are going to be visiting some strange new worlds.
Tig is talking ‘Discovery’ after wrapping her work for season four.
We also have a new poster hinting at the season two storyline.