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What do you get when you cross Classic Star Trek and the Next Generation? A lot of great lines. Check out all the Star Trek comic & movie news!
The president reveals how Star Trek shaped his life and lists his must-see sci-fi movies and TV series.
We look at which of the classic holodeck episodes are the very best.
Brace your taste buds, loosen your belt, and prepare to boldly go where few culinary explorers have dared to go.
Talented actors. Poor choices.
The result of the Paramount and CBS case against Axanar will have some impact o the future of fan work. But what will that be? We talk with copyright lawyer, David Kluft about the history of cases against fan work to figure it all out.
As Star Trek celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, we were on hand at the Star Trek: Mission New York convention to kick it with the fans. Oh, and we also brought some trivia questions along.
Fifty years ago yesterday (Sept. 8, 1966), Star Trek beamed onto our TV screens for the first time with its debut episode, “The Man Trap.”
This week, our podcast celebrates a very special day: The 50th anniversary of the first episode of Star Trek: The Original Series.
It might not be the most popular t series out there, but Enterprise certainly built its own contingent of fans during its four-season run. Part of the reason? The lovable Doctor Phlox.
He might not have been born when Star Trek: The Original Series made its debut, but Gene Roddenberry’s son Rod is certainly involved with the franchise today.
William Shatner spoke to Star Trek: Mission New York about physics, mythology and his choice to overact.
September 8 marks the 50th anniversary of broadcast debut of Star Trek with the episode “The Man Trap.” While the episode was actually its fifth, we explain why it was a great introductory choice.
Decades later, and Star Trek’s computer voice system is still the one we point to as a reference point for ideal AI communication. Now we might finally get it in real life — right down to the voice.
The Star Trek franchise is coming back to life in a big way next year, and now showrunner Bryan Fuller has opened up about why Discovery might be even bigger than we’d thought.
Also, the chilling moment when Ricardo Montalban told Meyer, "Oh, you're going to direct me."