James MacKinnon has doing one more feature film as the last thing on his Star Trek bucket list.
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Tony and Laurie enjoy a visit to Ferenginar.
Stewart also expects there to be a TNG reboot and recasting of Jean-Luc Picard.
The TNG veteran sees a “real opportunity” to carry on the story after ‘Star Trek: Picard.’
Stewart reveals his idea in excerpt from his new memoir, out Tuesday.
Paramount has also set a new date for the ‘Picard Legacy’ collection.
Tony and Laurie also talk about the end of WGA strike and praise the latest ‘very Short Treks.’
Dave Blass thinks the time is right for a new show set after ‘Star Trek: Picard.’
Change will delay the release of the ‘Picard Legacy’ collection.
Tony and Laurie also review the latest ‘very Short Treks’ episode, “Worst Contact.”
The new comic series explores Jean-Luc’s early years as a cadet.
Find out how to watch the full unedited poker scene.
The new issue of Star Trek: Explorer magazine arrives on Tuesday.
“Make it so” on Blu-ray or DVD this week.
Tony and Laurie also talk about ‘Very Short Treks’ and the new ‘Picard’ season 3 disc set.
The current stock of discs has a different Enterprise flyby.
The home media release is out today.
Showrunner Terry Matalas shared new unseen video from the final season.
The Star Trek vet also talks about directing first half of the ‘Discovery’ series finale.
Tony and Laurie also give an update on the Hollywood strikes and the latest award nominations for ‘Picard.’
Hopes were high for the widely praised third season to get more recognition from the Television Academy.
Patrick Stewart, Brent Spiner, Jeri Ryan, and Terry Matalas are all nominated.
Tony and Laurie also cover the latest in Trek dvds, comics, games, and audiobooks.
“And that would be I think a very appropriate way to say, ‘And goodbye folks.’”
We have all the details for the home release of the final season.
“I am a huge advocate of some version of that continuing.”
‘Star Trek: Picard: Firewall’ from David Mack arrives in February, 2024.
Tony and Laurie also give an update on the WGA Strike and a new Star Trek game.
We round up what industry watchers are saying, plus ‘Prodigy’ wins its own award.
Tony and Laurie also talk about the Emmy buzz around ‘Star Trek: Picard.’