Tony and Laurie also preview next week’s events for First Contact Day and Mission Chicago.
Star Trek: Picard
Things get jazzy with Jonathan Frakes directing.
Jonathan Frakes directs the episode featuring some familiar faces.
Executive producer Terry Matalas offers more details to help guide fans through the new season.
We also talk about Tilly’s future and the upcoming 4K Director’s Edition of ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture.’
TrekMovie spoke to showrunner Terry Matalas and the original actor for all the details.
A big mystery is revealed… with a twist.
The new episode arrives on Thursday.
The possibilities range from the probable, to plausible, to potentially preposterous.
Tony and Laurie also dig into the big news about Captain Kirk joining ‘Strange New Worlds’ in season 2.
The newest episode is directed by time travel vet Lea Thompson.
He also cleared up some questions about Q and Guinan’s backstory.
See who’s who in the alternate Picard’s trophy room.
We also have a clip for the episode arriving on Thursday.
“Maybe I love this guy… and I want to help him.”
Seven and Raffi are the highlights of this audio drama that fills in the time between seasons of ‘Star Trek: Picard.’
Tony and Laurie also take a look at the ‘Strange New Worlds’ teaser.
The review also includes full recap plus canon connections.
‘Picard’ has beamed out for the last time.
‘Picard’ is back on Thursday.
Dave Blass gives all the details on the Stargazer and other ships.
We break down three clue-filled videos.
Tony and Laurie also cover Zoe Saldana’s comments on Star Trek 4, ‘Strange New Worlds’ uniforms, and a new game starring Badgey.
“I think it’s shaping up to be an extraordinary season of television.”
Jean-Luc and the gang are back, and better than ever.
We also have another glimpse at season three.
We catch up with the actors behind Elnor, Soji, and Rios ahead of Thursday’s premiere.
New episodes of ‘Picard’ and ‘Discovery’ arrive on Thursday.
The pair also talk about the possibility of a Seven and Raffi Star Trek spin-off.
“The impact that Q has had on Jean-Luc becomes greater and greater with each episode.”