Notes, news and nuance from the Star Trek Universe and beyond.
.It seems like there is a ton happening for fans of Star Trek these days. With 4-5 live-action shows in production, two animated productions, and possible movies coming up, there may never have been a better time to be a fan of Star Trek.
As we can guarantee complete coverage of every Trek headline (we recommend our friends at Daily Star Trek News for that task), we will bring you interviews and behind-the-scenes stories that you won’t find anywhere else. We talk to the actors, writers, artists, and crew who make up the franchise beloved by so many.
And let’s not leave out the most important group. Without these people, there would be no Star Trek. It’s the fans! There are so many people connecting with the shows, films, and other stories in interesting ways — we’re so happy to meet them, and to bring you their stories. If you have a story to share, please e-mail us.
There must be thousands of foods — not even counting the replicated stuff — mentioned on Star Trek that we 21st Century humans will never get to sample. Star Trek food was off limits.
As far as Trek comics go, there are no better stories available than the ones told by writers David and Scott Tipton.
We interviewed industry insider Bill Hunt to find out the status on the Star Trek films and when we can see them in 4K.
Join Mark A. Altman’s “1982: The Greatest Geek Year Ever” — which will celebrate the year that gave us Wrath of Khan, E.T. and so many more.
It’s an impressive and thoughtful interpretation of Star Trek’s Arena — check out “Arena Gorn Superstar” at Umpqua Community College.
Meet Subrina Wood, who along with the show’s cast are bringing a new point of view to Star Trek shows with the “SyFy Sistas.”
This new book — The Borg and the Delta Quadrant fills in the blanks for readers who want to know more about the spaceships they’ve seen on The Next Generation, Voyager, and some of the Trek films.
Meet super Star Trek fan, Dino Ignacio, who is a Man of the 21st Century, meaning that he knows a whole lot what’s cutting edge now, and is involved in many different projects.
Canadian actress Tara Rosling brought depth to the role of Ni’var president T’Rina on Star Trek: Discovery. We sat down for an exclusive interview with her.
Beginning on May 12, Gates McFadden will kick off a new chapter in her professional life as she launches her podcast — “InvestiGATES.”