As we approach the 20th anniversary of ‘Star Trek Enterprise,’ its star talks about how the show started… and ended.Read More
“I do tell people I was the first gay character on Star Trek, whether you were aware of it or not,” he says.
For National Awkward Moments Day, we look back at some Star Trek moments that left us speechless.
The Shuttle Pod crew discusses the TV pilots produced while Rick Berman was custodian of the franchise.
The veteran Star Trek visual effects supervisor talks about moving from models to CG, creating Klingon weapons and more.
The actor also talks about creating the role of Charles “Trip” Tucker for Enterprise, and returning to the Stargate franchise.
Star Trek has had some pretty fancy people in front of its cameras.
He also dismissed idea of rivalry between ‘The Orville’ and ‘Star Trek: Discovery’
The Star Trek: Enterprise actor will be playing a famous name from the Stargate franchise in the new streaming series.
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
From snipping chest hairs to hyperventilating, Westmore has given it his all.
Are red shirts more likely to die? Are Spock’s stats on point? We check out the math of Star Trek.
He also tells us about playing President George W. Bush in a new Tom Cruise movie.
Plus updates on Karl Urban, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Patrick Stewart, and Linda Park.
We also have updates from Linda Park and Robert Picardo, and Trek fans mourn Lawrence Montaigne.
A well executed repackaging of the single-season sets that offers a tremendous amount of content for a great price.
This week TrekMovie’s Jared Whitley is finishing out the 50th anniversary with a decade-by-decade look at the franchise’s history. Today he looks at the fourth decade and the post-TNG world.
La-La Land Records recently released a second volume of music from Star Trek: Enterprise. The four-CD collection features previously unreleased material from 31 episodes and music from composers Dennis McCarthy, Jay Chattaway and more.
During the last golden age of Star Trek on television from 1993-2005, fans became ever more connected due to the internet, and specifically fan sites dedicated to Trek and message boards. While this was wonderful in bringing us together, every episode and series was analyzed, criticized, and the writers sometimes vilified. Of the many who faced the ire of Trek fans during the respective runs of Voyager and Enterprise, none received as much vitriol as Brannon Braga despite him being responsible for some of the most celebrated Star Trek episodes in the entire franchise.
Once a franchise has been around as long as Star Trek – and seen so many highlights – the opportunity for milestones multiply like Tribbles on their honeymoon. 2012 was the 25th anniversary of TNG. 2013 was the 20th anniversary of DS9. This year is the 20th anniversary of VOY. Next year is the 50th anniversary of TOS. BUT TODAY is actually a milestone of a low-light: the 10th anniversary since a new episode of Star Trek aired on TV.
It’s a two-in-one kind of weekend with Official Star Trek Conventions happening in both Seattle and San Francisco this weekend bringing more than a dozen stars from the full range of Star Trek series.