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Despite being on the air only once a week, these songs manage to lodge themselves firmly in the collective mind of geeks everywhere.
The daydreams of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine stars are about as random as your own.
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Star Trek: Discovery has finally found its Captain! And they've cast a fantastic actor in the role.
The more we peer into the cosmos, the more obvious it becomes that Earth is a very rare little marble. But what if we could turn a semi-habitable planet into an Earth clone?
These sleek 3D-print starships will be the crowning jewels of your Star Trek fleet.
For me, it all began with Star Trek.
The Star Trek: Discovery showrunner has just dropped another tantalizing tidbit about his upcoming prequel series.
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.