For National Awkward Moments Day, we look back at some Star Trek moments that left us speechless.Read More
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.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s Kira Nerys stopped by The Alpha Quadrant webcast to talk about her audition, walking like John Wayne, and the role that got away on ‘The Orville.’
Star Trek has had some pretty fancy people in front of its cameras.
Could advanced 24th century Trek tech be one of the reasons Discovery is set in the 23rd century?
Find out which Trek vets have been offered Discovery directing gigs and which one is jealous of those gigs
She also revealed that late nights on the ‘Voyager’ set included spitballs and nudity.
In our exclusive interview, the former young Borg drone talks about how his ‘Star Trek: Voyager’ co-stars were mentors to him.
‘I had no idea what I was getting into.’ says Beltran about his journey into the Star Trek world.
In our exclusive interview, Robert Beltran gets very candid about life as Chakotay on ‘Star Trek: Voyager.’
From snipping chest hairs to hyperventilating, Westmore has given it his all.
Star Trek: Voyager sees its first new DVD release in North America since 2004. Read our review for more.
Today, LaLaLand Records released the long-awaited series music from show composers Jay Chattaway, Dennis McCarthy, David Bell and Paul Baillageron.
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.
To finish out the 50th, TrekMovie’s Jared Whitley looks at the franchise’s five decades of history, divided by the classical “Ages of Man” – but with an appropriately Trek twist. Today he looks at the third decade and the unprecedented popularity of TNG.
There’s a lot on Star Trek to be thankful for; here’s one fan’s list.
In part two of my editorial on mental illness and Star Trek, being published on World Mental Health Day 2016, I will focus on two other examples of Star Trek portraying mental health issues that depict a positive future where illnesses are understood and the people around our characters help. I also suggest that we work together to break down stigmas, and be there for those we love when they struggle with mental illness.
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.
As unusual as it is for the Internet, Trek fans seem to be reacting very positively to the news that former DS9 and Voyager writer Bryan Fuller will be the showrunner for the new series (which we’re just calling Star Trek: All Access for the time being). Bryan has 22 writing credits for Trek, which will probably get rewatched more in the next six months than they might otherwise. To help hone in which ones to rewatch (or at least which ones to start with!) we present our Top 5 Bryan Fuller episodes.
The Shuttle Pod crew discuss Voyager’s legacy.
Longtime Trek author Larry Nemecek (Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion, Stellar Cartography: The Starfleet Reference Library) is releasing the fourth volume in his “On Speaker” audio series in celebration of Voyager‘s 20th anniversary.