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We also have photos, quotes, and a collection of some of the best Trek celebrity social media posts from DST.
Author Michael Chabon’s Star Trek writing debut arrives in November.
Saru gets his own comic, coming February 2019.
CBS has released a new preview image showing off L’Rell’s new look in season 2.
The Destination Star Trek Birmingham panel also covered Klingon makeup and revealed dialog cut from season one.
John Eaves has designed a new starship for the imagined eighth season of DS9.
We have more highlights from ‘Discovery’ season 2 interviews given at NYCC.
The first screening of the DS Doc was held on the Paramount lot.
At NYCC we spoke to Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin about their plans for the expanded Star Trek universe on TV.
At NYCC we talked to Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin about what’s next for ‘Discovery.’
At NYCC We pressed the pair for details, even asking what Culber will be wearing in season two.
Our latest Star Trek TV bits also has some ‘Next Generation’ vets talking about the Picard show.
At NYCC, they told us about the look, language, and life on Qo’noS for L’Rell and Tyler.
A year before agreeing to return to Star Trek, the actor talked about how far he went to avoid roles like Picard.
At NYCC, Doug Jones told us that Mary’s hair ‘might be a giveaway’ to when her Short Trek takes place.
At New York Comic Con, Peck shared the advice he got from the Nimoy family, and showed us some classic Spock eyebrow action.
Hairy Klingons, Talosians, and Bearded Spock, Oh My!
At New York Comic Con, Martin-Green talked about Burnham’s redemption, and the challenge of working with different directors.
Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Wilson Cruz, Mary Chieffo, Shazad Latif, Mary Wiseman and Michelle Yeoh talk season two.
The three new actors playing classic Star Trek roles gave insights into Spock, Pike and Number One on ‘Discovery.’
The cast and executive producers offered up spoilers about emotional drama and Klingon hair.