Star Trek

Abrams on going overboard with lens flare, righting his wrongs with Star Wars
Trent Moore

Fans are decidedly mixed on J.J Abrams’ Star Trek revival, but there’s one thing everyone can agree on — it featured a boatload of lens flare. So should we expect the same in Star Wars: The Force Awakens?

How Michael Dorn hopes to keep his Worf series alive despite a new Trek TV show
Matthew Jackson

Star Trek is coming back to TV without Michael Dorn, but that doesn't mean he's given up hope on his own series.

Doctor Who's Steven Moffat open to a Star Trek crossover, but he has a few conditions
Trent Moore

You can probably file this one under “Awesome Things That Will Never Happen,” but Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat is actually keen to cross his show over with Star Trek. He just has a few stipulations.

Chinese Internet company bases its building on the USS Enterprise
Jeff Spry

This tech firm's HQ boldly goes where no building has gone before.

Star Trek, Roswell, and...Lawnmower Man? Why Scotland Yard was afraid of sci-fi.
Dany Roth

Scotland Yard ain't afraid of no ghost, but it was, at one point, afraid of some science fiction. Why? The truth is out there.

Simon Pegg says he was hired to make Star Trek 3 less 'Star Trek-y'
Trent Moore

Many fans wanted something different for the next Star Trek sequel in the wake of Into Darkness, but you better be careful what you wish for. 


The top 10 moments from Star Trek: Enterprise
Lisa Granshaw

Star Trek's last foray on TV left the air 10 years ago. We're celebrating with a look back at its best and biggest moments.

Star Wars synchs sweetly with Star Trek in this sensational mashup
Jeff Spry

Check out this retro teaser for a cosmic spectacle unlike anything you've seen before!

The 21 most interesting Star Trek supporting characters
Lisa Granshaw

At the end of 2014, Star Trek celebrated the 50th anniversary of filming its first pilot, and the beginning of 2015 marked the 20th anniversary of Star Trek: Voyager's premiere. Add to these milestones that 2016 will be the 50th anniversary of the original series' premiere and the long legacy of Star Trek has never been more prominent.

Here's the closest thing we have to a Star Trek replicator, yet
Nathalie Caron

Space. The Final frontier. No need to wait until the 24th century to get your hands on some futuristic food-preparing tech.

Image of the day: ISS astronaut brews first ever space coffee with epic Trek nod
Trent Moore

If there’s anyone with the awesome geek cred who absolutely deserves to be in space, it’s European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti.

Grace Lee Whitney, a.k.a. Yeoman Janice Rand, passes away at 85
Carol Pinchefsky

After sliding into alcoholism, she turned her life around with help from Leonard Nimoy and a chance encounter with DeForest Kelley.