See Doug Jones, Hannah Cheesman, Marina Sirits, Brent Spiner, Alexander Siddig, and Nana Visitor talk Star Trek and more.
The online event promises to include exclusive panels from studios and much more.
And this weekend the Connected Community Con will recreate the vendors’ room experience online.
The biggest annual collection of Star Trek fans and celebrities has a new date and a new location.
They’re taking their act to a virtual event this weekend.
Stars from TOS, TNG, DS9, Discovery, and Picard are doing virtual panels and events in the next few weeks.
See the full ‘Star Trek: Voyager’ cast reunion panel.
She also talked about the joys of playing Queen Arachnia, and hanging with Jeri Ryan on the Star Trek Cruise.
Bloomington, Indiana is honoring the future birthplace of the captain from ‘Star Trek: Voyager.’
And Nana Visitor is doing a live Q&A on Friday.
Also doing virtual events are Robert Picardo, Marina Sirtis, Brent Spiner, Connor Trinner, and Dominic Keating
They’ll both be participating in a Creation Entertainment Virtual Fan Experience this weekend.
Actress talks about this weekend’s virtual event, skimpy outfits on DS9, honoring Majel Roddenberry, and more.
He previews this weekend’s virtual con, talks vampires, Linus, and writing a memoir.
The pair also talk about ‘Star Trek: Picard’ and why there was no ‘Voyager’ movie.
Creation also gives us an update on their Star Trek Las Vegas con plans.
Another week, another fun virtual Star Trek event.
Doug Jones (Saru) will headline the virtual Disco panel in May.
The pandemic continues to have a major impact on conventions and gatherings.
And that’s not the only way ‘Voyager’ fans can celebrate the show’s 25th anniversary.
And there are more ways for fans to participate in live virtual Trek events in April.
We bring you a look at costumes from the beginning of the first season.
Our fan-on-the-ground has the scoop (and the swag) from the ‘Star Trek: Picard’ event.
The crowd also got a few teases about what’s coming in ‘Discovery’ season 3.
The podcasters review “Q&A” and confess to some trouble with “The Trouble With Edward.”
She promises an “entirely brand-new tapestry of conflict.”
She also gives us an update on the Burnham/Tilly roommate situation.
Yes, the spore drive is still a thing.
Kurtzman says we can expect a “13 or more” episode season.
TrekMovie is at NYCC this weekend.