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Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Review Series Title: Star Trek: Discovery Season: 2 Episodes: 14 Discs: 4 Network: CBS Cast: Sonequa Martin-Green, Anson Mount, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, Emily Coutts, Miche…
How The Maquis Betrayed The Original Star Trek Vision As much as Star Trek fans hold Roddenberry's ideals in high regard, audiences in the 1990s demanded something different in their science fiction, and with 3 separate shows to plot out, the addition of conflict among the Federation and within Starfleet was necessary if Star Trek were to survive in the long term and adapt for a new generation.
Picard and Romulan Conundrums While the Borg and the return of some of our most beloved The Next Generation and one Voyager crew member have taken a substantial amount of the limelight, we have to remember that the Romulans will be playing a key role in the next chapter of Jean-Luc's life.
Star Trek: Picard Viewing Guide - The Essential Treks to Take Before the Show As Patrick Stewart's return looms, get up to speed on what you need to watch with our viewing checklist. Star Trek: Picard will be debuting on CBS All Access on Jan. 23, 2020, much to the cautious delight of Trekkies the world over.
Final Frontier Friday: 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture' Welcome to this week's 'Final Frontier Friday'! This time around, we're taking a look back at 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture' in honor of the landmark film's fortieth anniversary. By the end of 1969, 'Star Trek' was dead.
Report: Star Trek: Picard Showrunner Michael Chabon Not Returning for Second Season Multiple reports detail that Star Trek: Picard showrunner Michael Chabon will be not returning for an as of yet announced season two of the show. Deadline reports Chabon will remain as executive producer, but he will transition to showrunning the adaptation of his Kavalier and Clay novel on Showtime through CBS Television Studios.
Jason Isaacs Wants Racists to Stop Pretending to Be Star Trek Fans There are a lot-a lot-of reasons that fandom culture in the modern age has been tarred with a general air of toxicity thanks to the actions of select groups. One of those myriad reasons, is, well, bigots and racists getting mad that progressively minded fiction is a Thing That Exists.
How to tell the difference between Star Wars and Star Trek, as explained to your mom The Star Wars ships are all different. There are the ones that look like the letter x. Yes, that's the one the nice boy who looks like David Cassidy flies. And then there are the big triangle ones. And a couple more that are named after letters of the alphabet.
Janeway is the Mirror Universe's Pirate Queen in STAR TREK: VOYAGER "Mirrors & Smoke" The Voyager has been shot out halfway across the Mirror Universe. But forget trying to find a way back, Janeway and crew are determined to start a whole new empire. Blood will spill. As if the return of veteran J.K. Woodward wasn't already enough, Paul Allor pens a compelling one-shot that feels deeply true to the Terran Empire's spirit.
Predicting When Star Trek 4 Will Actually Release Abrams Kelvin time is in development, but no official release date has been made public yet.
Box Office: 'Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker' Is Being Sold On A White Lie 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' The Rise of Skywalker can only be sold as the final chapter in the Skywalker Saga because Walt Disney and Lucasfilm decided to make sequels to Return of the Jedi, which was the first "final chapter" for Star Wars.
The Shuttle Pod Crew Celebrates Dorothy Fontana and René Auberjonois Listen along as the podcasters reflect on these two important figures in Trek.
STAR TREK: SHORT TREKS Review - "Ephraim and Dot" What happens when a friendly tardigrade decides to make a home aboard the USS Enterprise? The second STAR TREK: SHORT TREK of the month is here!
TV shows worth watching this week: The Expanse, Star Trek: Discovery, Cunk The return of The Expanse, new Cunk and two new UK dramas are among our TV picks for this week…
These Star Trek Episodes Could Help You Find Your Calling Another year is winding down and once again the holiday season is officially upon us! All around the world menorahs and kinaras are dusted off, halls are decked, days grow shorter, and elves inhabit shelves. 'Tis the season for family traditions, cyber Mondays, and those feel-good movies we love to hate.
This is How the Star Trek Family Gives Back The holiday season is often seen as a time of giving, when altruism and public service assume a more prominent position in our society. Those ideals also permeate the very fabric of Star Trek, as charity and volunteerism are highly valued by Federation citizens.
Patrick Stewart didn't want to revisit his 'Star Trek' character Veteran actor Patrick Stewart maybe be returning to the "Star Trek" universe with a new series based on his iconic character, Jean-Luc Picard, but he initially was not up for it.
Rene Auberjonois 1940 - 2019 Star Trek fans mourn the loss of RenÃ Auberjonois, in "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" who died aged 79 on Sunday Rene Auberjonois passed away at his Los Angeles home. He had metastatic lung cancer which his son RÃ¨my-Luc Auberjonois told the Guardian.
Star Trek: Short Treks: "Ephraim and Dot": Just Enjoy the Ride For the first time since 1974, there is a new animated Star Trek episode out in the wild. Two, in fact! A pair of animated Short Treks have been released, the first of which features the return of a Tardigrade, a key animal species from Discovery season one.
Michael Chabon To Leave 'Star Trek: Picard' After Showtime Orders 'The Amazing Adventures Of Kavalier & Clay' To Series But he is leaving that post now that Showtime has made a commitment to turn his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel 'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay' into a series. Chabon and his producing partner and wife Ayelet Waldman will act as executive producers and showrunners.
Sir Patrick Stewart didn't want 'Star Trek' return Stewart met with the producers, who 'understood' his viewpoint but went on to explain their own 'vision' for the series - which sparked his interest. LONDON - Sir Patrick Stewart didn't want to return to the Star Trek franchise and had planned to turn down an approach.
Star Trek's Stewart didn't originally want to return to franchise for Picard Star Trek's Patrick Stewart originally didn't want to return to franchise for Picard series.
ViacomCBS CEO Mentions Two New Star Trek Films in Post-Merger Address The reunification of Star Trek movie and TV rights, as well as the production of not one, but two new Star Trek movies, are just part of plans for the recently reformed ViacomCBS, according to its CEO.
Short Treks: Season 2 Episodes 4 and 5 Easter Eggs: "The Girl Who Made the Stars" & "Ephraim and Dot" For the first time since 1976, Star Trek has returned to animated form with two new shorts; "The Girl Who Made the Stars" and "Ephraim and Dot." Both new short episodes reference the larger canon of Star Trek, but not at all in the way you might expect.
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