The Number One actress also gives a production update for the new show.
Strange New Worlds
Captain Pike is also “happy with the material.”
The new Captain Pike is ready for classic adventures.
The show must go on… if protocols allow.
Akiva Goldsmith also reveals the most important lesson learned from season one of ‘Star Trek: Picard.’
Between all the trailers and announcements, news was also being made during the panels.
We also have first look at Sonequa Martin-Green in ‘Space Jam 2’ and more Star Trek celebrity news.
Check out all the fun moments of Trek from the last week.
Tony and Laurie also talk about WonderCon@Home, The Book of Grudge, and the ‘Voyager’ doc.
Watch a video of the new cast talking about boarding the Enterprise.
At least one of the stars of the show is already in Toronto.
Another promo for the new streaming service highlights the coming series ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.’
Tony and Laurie also dig into the details of Michael Dorn’s Captain Worf show pitch.
Patrick Stewart narrates them too.
The ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ star has joined the board of METI.
#FrakesWeek continues with the veteran discussing his potential work on three other Trek shows.
Tony and Laurie also talk about the latest Star Trek Day news and review “Terminal Provocations.”
We also learned that serialized bits will be sprinkled into the episodic format.
At Dragon Con 2020, Mary Chieffo also talked about the idea of returning to Star Trek.
Alex Kurtzman talks about Pike’s fate and the future of ‘Short Treks.’
Executive producer Alex Kurtzman gives an update on Star Trek’s future, including ‘Short Treks’ ‘Prodigy,’ and ‘Section 31.’
Executive producer Alex Kurtzman gave a brief update on the series during the Comic-Con@Home Star Trek panel.
She’s up for a Prime Lorca team-up as well.
The TNG star also talks about returning to direct on ‘Picard’ season two.
If CBS is looking for a new Dr. Boyce, there is one actor ready for the job.
The podcasters look at what the future holds for (streaming) Star Trek shows.
Trekkies are already doing their own fantasy casting for the new series.
The new Star Trek show will be different than ‘Picard’ and ‘Discovery’
Anson Mount, Ethan Peck, and Rebecca Romijn make the announcement in a new video