You might build it with the best of intentions, but that doesn't mean it won't destroy the world.
With a red shirt singing a song about how he'll never die, what could possibly go wrong?
Why did Star Trek's new mastermind want to kill production of classic Trek products?
Geek of the people, slayer of the zombie horde, and the man who would be Scotty, Simon Pegg, has a bone to pick with critics and he's not holding back.
Neil deGrasse Tyson makes no secret of where he stands in the Star Trek/Star Wars battle for sci-fi supremacy.
It’s a pretty obvious concept, but one that doesn’t work nearly as often as it should. If a franchise is a hit on the big screen, it should work on TV. Right?
He may not have been around as much during the show's final season, but Star Trek's creator was definitely still focused on his characters.
How can one respond to accusations of having shown a major (intended to be fake) movie spoiler on your show? Why, you add lots of "new spoilers" the following night.
The season that took Star Trek the Next Generation from on-the-bubble failure to bona fide success finally came out on blu-ray. And new blu-ray, means new factoids!
Even if your show isn't realistic, it never hurts to have a real-life setpiece to show off.