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.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.
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You’ve seen his starships all over social media. Now, meet the starship designer behind Quantum Designs AZ — Shea Walker
Osyraa was created both by the writers of Star Trek: Discovery and actor Janet Kidder, who brought the Emerald Chain’s villainous leader to life.
It turns out that Shakespeare and the Enterprise-D set had a whole lot to do with why Stewart found his footing so well on Star Trek.
Meet Mike and Jamie, stars of the new “The Divine Treasury: A Star Trek Collectibles Podcast” — which will help you begin your Star Trek memorabilia collection.
After the season finale, we get some hints on what might be in store for Michael and her crew on Discovery Season 4.
Star Trek star Garrett Wang took to YouTube yesterday to announce a Voyager documentary update — and a way for fans to support the project.
Star Trek has just achieved an incredible number — 800 episodes. In this article, we share why this is so important and meaningful.
Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Gates McFadden — Dr. Beverly Crusher — is working on a podcast of her own, which will feature many of her famous friends.
Meet Star Trek fan Simon Jacobs, who created an app called Trekkie Tracker designed to help you keep track of which shows and films you’ve watched.
Now that the cat is out of the bag, we’d like to see what sort of crazy comedic stuff can happen with the Guardian of Forever on Lower Decks.