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Trek on TV
With a ton of coverage coming out of the convention, where is the recap of important news to come out this year’s STLV? Look no further than this Supplemental Edition of the Shuttle Pod podcast! We recap the highlights and go over what we learned for the first time last week in Las Vegas.
Bill also talks life and death and a (possible) Star Trek VR project.
The panel featured Patrick Stewart, Margot Rose (Eline), and writer Morgan Gendel.
Find out how to get a free month of CBS All Access ahead of the premiere of Star Trek: Discovery in September.
Sonequa Martin-Green and James Frain gave some insight into Burnhan’s connection to the Klingons.
He also covered why there was no mirror universe in TNG, swapped roles in ‘First Contact,’ and writing ‘Threshold’ and ‘The Orville.’
Find out which Trek vets have been offered Discovery directing gigs and which one is jealous of those gigs
The team behind the new Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Doc give an update on progress, and when it will be released.
And in more of our business update, Paramount renews deal with ‘Star Trek Beyond’ partner.
There are also some new official animated character GIFs from the new Star Trek show.
Todd McFarlane also details plans for more products from the rest of the Star Trek franchise.
Star Trek: The Next Generation’s star also talked at STLV about how he is proud to be Captain Picard and more.
Soon you will be able to add Michael Burnham, Saru and others from Discovery to your Timelines crew.
Calm down Internet, Discovery and God are cool, but maybe you can help Jason Isaacs find his version of ‘make it so’
Neville Page and Glenn Hetrick shared insights and images from their design work for Discovery.
Plus hints on what’s next in this integrated extended universe for ‘Star Trek: Discovery.’
Vartholomeos also revealed that Ensign Connor’s first name is Danby.
Two of Discovery’s Klingons talk Trek history, what inspires them, and why the fans are “what it’s all about.”
Wilson Cruz also talks about the importance of portraying the first gay couple in Star Trek on TV.
Our STLV coverage kicks off with a panel from the Star Trek: Discovery writer/producers Ted Sullivan, Kirsten Beyer and Akiva Goldsman
CBS took Discovery took cast and crew to the Summer Television Critics Association Tour to preview and promote the show.