Star Trek or Star Wars? Will ‘Discovery’ be political? What would Star Trek cars look like? What would the world be like without Star Trek? These questions and more are explored in The Great Links.
The Shuttle Pod crew take a look at three of Star Trek’s weirdest episodes: “The Lights of Zetar”, “Move Along Home”, and “Masks”.
From snipping chest hairs to hyperventilating, Westmore has given it his all.
Star Trek fans took to the streets on Earth Day to show their support for scientists around the world.
His Silicon Valley Comic Con kicks off this weekend.
Brace for impact as the franchises collide.
Ever wanted to play a Star Trek video game and have a chance to win money doing it? You are in luck.
For National Pet Day, we take a look at Star Trek’s finest.
How will you celebrate?
Sonequa Martin-Green, who plays the lead character on Star Trek Discovery, gives her first public remarks on the show.
He also tells us about playing President George W. Bush in a new Tom Cruise movie.
Also, Redditors prank Garrett Wang and Worf gets a new juice.
LeVar and Nichelle and Wil Wheaton oh my!
There’s nothing like seeing your favorite Star Trek movies with a live orchestra playing the score.
The fate of the Star Trek film franchise is in new hands.
Star Trek and baseball, two great traditions, once again meet this season with special days celebrating the 30th anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
‘The Truth Is in the Stars’ has William Shatner interviewing everyone from Seth MacFarlane to Stephen Hawking, celebrating the deep connection between art and science.
According to surprising new polling, the world isn’t yet fully on board with Star Trek’s Prime Directive approach of non-interference with potential future alien encounters.
While there has been a lot of news about the next Trek TV show (Star Trek: Discovery coming to CBS All Access this fall), news on Paramount’s plans for the next feature film is much more scarce. However, there was a mention about the future of the Trek film franchise by the CEO of Viacom, Paramount’s parent company, at an investor event this week.
Earlier today CBS CEO Les Moonves spoke to investors about the future of the company, including hopes for how Star Trek: Discovery will help meet their goals of growth for the CBS All Access platform.
Many never before seen documents from the planning and production of Star Trek on TV from TNG though ENT are being shared on Twitter from people who worked on the shows.
Director Adam Nimoy chatted with us about working on the Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind, his directorial career, his documentary For the Love of Spock, and possibly bringing back Spock Prime in a future Trek production.
IDW’s Kelvin Universe scribe discusses why he decided to open Boldly Go with the Borg, what’s next for Kirk and company (including a “Murder at Babel”), Star Trek/Green Lantern volume two and even (a little) Star Trek: Discovery.
CBS Chief Les Moonves told investors today that Star Trek: Discovery will premiere in late Summer or early Fall 2017. More details follow.
Despite all the early buzz and predictions, Star Trek Beyond didn’t end up with the win at tonight’s Academy Awards.
Chris Gilleece remembers his first trip to The Federation Trading Post.
The new DS9 doc ‘What We Left Behind’ just keeps getting better, thanks to a growing crowd-funded budget.
A highlight of Star Trek’s 50th anniversary celebrations last year was the Star Trek art book and accompanying traveling exhibition, “Star Trek: 50 Artists 50 Years”. The collection is a triumph of risky artistic choices that, for the most part, paid off.
Rumors of two cast members have been making the rounds.
Production on Star Trek: Discovery is scheduled to begin on January 24, 2017, according to the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) Toronto-based union’s website. Read on to see the details.