The show has even more viewing minutes this week.
Strange New Worlds
“Those Old Scientists” is next up for ‘Strange New Worlds.’
Uhura is seeing things and seeks help from a new friend to track down the source before it destroys the ship.
“Lost in Translation” arrives on tomorrow, Thursday, July 20 on Paramount+.
The second half of season 2 begins on Thursday, July 20.
We get another clue that another TOS character could be coming to SNW.
Tony and Laurie also give an update on the Hollywood strikes and the latest award nominations for ‘Picard.’
The season 2 premiere ranked seventh.
A strange alien encounter leads to Spock getting into some hijinks with his prospective in-laws.
The episode “Charades” arrives on Thursday.
Tie-ins for TOS, Strange New Worlds, and Prodigy are all being recognized.
This week’s episode features the return of Gia Sandhu as Spock’s fiancé T’Pring.
The second season hits the halfway point on Thursday, July 13.
The veteran director began his career with a Star Trek student film in 1989.
Tony and Laurie also gives updates on ‘Prodigy’ and Star Trek’s upcoming departure from Crave in Canada.
Captain Pike returns to a planet that dredges up tragic memories.
“Among the Lotus Eaters” debuts on Thursday.
The authorities may want to talk to Pelia about one of her paintings.
With the exception of ‘Strange New Worlds,’ Star Trek is leaving Crave by the end of the month.
The episode debuts on Paramount+ on Thursday, July 6.
It all comes down to Roddenberry’s vision.
Tony and Laurie also talk about the removal of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ from Paramount+.
La’an travels back in time to save the future.
The episode arrives on Thursday, June 29.
Tony and Laurie also cover the latest in Trek dvds, comics, games, and audiobooks.
Una faces court-martial and turns to an old friend to defend her.
“The Broken Circle” is available on YouTube for free for one week.
They also talk about how Kane brings a whole new energy to the cast.
The episode debuts on Thursday, June 22.
“I would say this season is an arc about emotion.”