Star Trek started out on television and, despite what you may have heard, it may return back there one day.
When Star Trek fans muster up their best dramatic pause, they often speak a line of dialogue that was never uttered on the show or in any of the movies.
GE's brilliant new ad features the starship Enterprise, John Cho, and a director that could be "the one" to take on Star Trek 3.
J.J. Abrams has been a life-long fan of Star Wars, and not surprisingly jumped at the chance to direct the latest sequel. So what does he have to say to Star Trek fans feeling a little jilted?
There are a lot of good-looking folks working in the movies these days, but it turns out two sci-fi stars top the list of the sexist on earth.
The first step toward making a change is admitting you have a problem, and it seems J.J. Abrams is finally on the road to recovery.
The creator of Hannibal, Pushing Daisies and Dead Like Me wants to bring Trek back to TV, but he's not saying how ... yet.
The Federation may be a wondrous organization, but what do they do about rust or squeaky chairs, huh? Japan's got the answer.
What happens when you combine the cast of the original Star Trek with those from the reboot? Let's find out.
Can Star Trek co-exist both as thrilling, action-packed movies and as a more philosophical TV series? Trek writer Roberto Orci thinks so and he explains why.