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Upcoming TV projects
The overseer of the Trek on TV universe just gave a big update.
He also talks about the Section 31 show and animated series.
Both actors are open to returning for a show set on the USS Enterprise.
Thousands of fans are letting CBS know they aren’t ready to say goodbye to Captain Pike.
The executive producer outlines plans for the future of Star Trek on TV.
We also have an update on Viacom merger talks and a hint at how Picard show may be handled internationally.
CBS is focused on creating more original content for All Access to meet ambitious new growth target.
The team behind ‘Trollhunters’ is set to bring animated Star Trek to kids.
CBS also revealed the premiere date for Jordan Peele’s ‘The Twilight Zone’ coming to All Access.
CBS doesn’t want to rush out too much Star Trek too quickly.
The executive producers also talked about Star Trek’s optimism, and the joys of Jonathan Frakes.
The executive producer gets personal, talking about the future of the franchise on TV.
Watch out for bounty hunters and listen along to episode 65 of the Shuttle Pod.
The man in charge of Star Trek on TV also discussed how ‘Short Treks’ will tie into ‘Discovery’ season 2.
Alex Kurtzman reveals there are more animated projects in addition to ‘Star Trek: Lower Decks.’
The veteran Star Trek writer/director also talks about the ‘colorful metaphors’ used on ‘Discovery.’
The Shuttle Pod gets Greek — mythology that is.
‘Star Trek: Discovery’ may be getting a spinoff series.
At NYCC we spoke to Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin about their plans for the expanded Star Trek universe on TV.
Mike McMahan is also the man behind the @TNG_S8 twitter account and the Star Trek parody book it inspired.
It’s a good bet the upcoming Jean-Luc Picard series came up in conversation during this reunion dinner.