Tony and Laurie also remind you to check out the TrekTalks livestream telethon on January 15.
Star Trek: Prodigy
Dal’s backstory is revealed to be something surprisingly familiar.
The episode with a familiar ring to it arrives on Thursday.
We also have videos exploring Trek tech and classic connections from “Kobayashi.”
Tony and Laurie also discuss the breaking news that ‘Star Trek: Picard’ had to shut down after a Covid outbreak.
“It’s going to blow some minds.”
The animated kids series returns from hiatus with a bang.
The animated kids’ show returns from hiatus this Thursday.
And Tony’s niece and nephew, Ani and David, are back to review ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ 105.
This is a special showing for Nickelodeon viewers, also available to stream.
Tony and Laurie review the season 4 premiere of ‘Discovery” and the quarter-season finale of ‘Prodigy.’
The crew will have to come together if they want to get off the “Murder Planet.”
The last episode of the year arrives on Thursday.
Tony and Laurie also discuss the rescheduled Star Trek movie and ‘Strange New Worlds’ news.
The kids find their first strange new world.
We also have details on how the first season will roll out.
Tony and Laurie also give a mini-review of ‘The Center Seat’ docuseries debut.
The Protostar crew gets a little help from Hologram Janeway, but will they listen?
The 2-part premiere “Lost and Found” is available for a limited time on YouTube.
There’s also a Paramount+ giveaway contest.
Tony and Laurie also give an update on the new ‘Center Seat’ docuseries.
The launch of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ has Brian Robbins and Alex Kurtzman thinking of the big screen.
You don’t need to be a kid to enjoy ‘Prodigy,’ but it may make you feel young again.
At NYCC we spoke to Ella Purnell, Brett Gray, and Rylee Alazraqui.
New series arrives on Thursday.
Creators Kevin and Dan Hageman along with director Ben Hibon talk about the new series.
Tony and Laurie also talk about which Soong Brent Spiner will be on ‘Picard,’ and what’s coming in ‘Lower Decks’ season 3.
“The essential Janeway is there. That’s the whole point.”
Tony and Laurie also celebrate William Shatner’s journey into space.
Wil Wheaton speaks to Lower Decks showrunner Mike McMahan and the bridge crew staff.