The duo is happy to be back on the USS Enterprise… with more to come?
The set also includes two ‘Short Treks’ and two hours of bonus material.
The actor was also asked if he’s in any of the upcoming ‘Short Treks.’
Rebecca Romijn and Ethan Peck also preview upcoming ‘Short Treks’ set on the USS Enterprise.
A ‘Picard’ prequel is also coming in ‘Short Treks’ season two.
Expect to see more of Michelle Yeoh—and maybe Aldis Hodge too.
We may not have to wait too long to see more Spock and Number One.
Also see Michelle Yeoh speak briefly about the upcoming Section 31 series.
He talked specifically about ‘Calypso’ and ‘The Escape Artist.’
He also sang the praises of makeup artist James MacKinnon, who joined him for the interview.
Just in time for the second season premiere of ‘Discovery,’ fans around the world can binge ‘Short Treks.’
The man in charge of Star Trek on TV also discussed how ‘Short Treks’ will tie into ‘Discovery’ season 2.
Alex Kurtzman reveals there are more animated projects in addition to ‘Star Trek: Lower Decks.’
Rainn Wilson is back, this time directing himself as Harry Mudd.
Can Harry Mudd charm his way out of a bounty on his head? Find out tonight.
See how Harry Mudd gets out of a sticky situation next month.
A Kelpien, a Starfleet Captain, and an old man walk into a bar…
We also have promises of more Kelpien answers coming and a season two red carpet premiere contest.
We finally visit Saru’s home planet in the latest ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ spin-off episode.
Tonight, get a glimpse of Saru’s life before Starfleet.
The actor also talks about his relationship with his new commanding officer, Captain Pike.
Take a look at life on Kaminar for Saru and his fellow Kelpiens.
The Shuttle Pod gets Greek — mythology that is.
The second ‘Short Treks’ is an experimental departure, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon.
The executive producer of the next Star Trek series is taking his job seriously.
Jump into the mystery with Aldis Hodge as Craft tonight
Turns out we can thank his babysitter for turning him into a Trekkie.
Author Michael Chabon’s Star Trek writing debut arrives in November.
At NYCC, Doug Jones told us that Mary’s hair ‘might be a giveaway’ to when her Short Trek takes place.
Hairy Klingons, Talosians, and Bearded Spock, Oh My!