.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.
Fans are encouraged to join the latest season of ‘Star Trek Online,’ or else face the wrath of Admiral Leeta of the Terran Empire!
Launched on Star Trek Day 2021, the new website ‘WarpFactorTrek’ seeks to give fans an inside look at folks who helped create the franchise.
Don’t fret Star Trek: Picard fans. Someone fixed that “copy and paste” fleet once and for all. Enjoy all eras of the fleet instead of the ‘U.S.S. Zheng He’ over and over.
Part II of Star Trek fan’s guide to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, where we visit the rides at Galaxy’s Edge.
Captain Janeway and Chakotay are together at long last on Star Trek: Prodigy. How exactly is that going to work?
This summer, we visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios so I could check out the new Star Wars-themed area — Galaxy’s Edge.
Universal has Marvel heroes in their theme park in Florida — for now. We make the case for why they should replace Marvel with Star Trek.
It’s Emmy season again, and unfortunately, the same thing that usually happened to Star Trek happened again. Why do the Emmys hate Star Trek so much?
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.