Is the director of libraries at MIT combating exclusionary behavior, or is she herself reinforcing stereotypes — about men, women, and "Star Trek" fans?
Our resident Trekkies beam in to break down the major cliffhanger, speculate what it means for the show's future, and give their perfect formula for a second season.
Need to catch up? Check out our previous Star Trek: Discovery recap here. So all those twists and turns Star Trek: Discovery threw at us last week? Just a warm-up, it seems, for this week’s galactically huge shocker. We’re still in the mirror universe, and Burnham is still recovering from seeing her beloved Georgiou alive […]
Warning: This post contains spoilers from Sunday’s episode of Star Trek: Discovery. What part of the universe — or which universe — did the Star Trek: Discovery crew find themselves in now… and who didn’t survive the trip? Sunday’s winter premiere picked up right where we left off, with a botched spore-drive jump landing the […]
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Now that fall TV is in full swing, here are nine series, from “Riverdale” to “The Orville,” we think could be even better — if they'd just take our advice.
When he hosted the Star Trek: Discovery panel at San Diego Comic-Con this past summer, Rainn Wilson made it absolutely clear where he stood on the Star Trek vs. Star Wars debate. “Well, Star Trek is just better,” he told the assembled crowd. Granted, the former star of The Office is a bit biased considering the fact that he’s now officially part of the Star Trek universe.
Is 'Star Trek: Discovery' actor Shazad Latif really the guy behind Voq, as many fans suspect? We put the question to Latif himself.
"What's hilarious, and also painful, is the number of people who misunderstand what 'Star Trek' has always been about," British actor Jason Isaacs says.
Star Trek: Discovery, which premiered on CBS and CBS All Access on Sept. 24, is the sixth live action Star Trek series that seeks to transport audiences to a better, brighter future. To illustrate how the look of Star Trek has changed from The Original Series to Discovery, click through the above gallery featuring members of the various Trek crews over the years and decades for evidence of their ever-changing uniforms and alien makeup.
It didn't take very long for "Star Trek: Discovery" to join the ranks of "Rick and Morty" and "Game of Thrones."
Following Roddenberry’s death in 1991, Berman guided Star Trek’s four TV incarnations — Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise — until the latter’s final episode on May 13, 2005. Since that airing, Trek has been absent from the airwaves for ten years, even as the feature film franchise found new life courtesy of J.J. Abrams and his 2009 reboot, starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto as the all-new Kirk and Spock.
More than just marking the end to the four-season run of the series, that episode brought the curtain down on a remarkable 19-year run for the franchise that started in 1987 with the launch of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Granted, that’s a drop in the bucket compared to the 18 television years that separated the demise of Gene Roddenberry’s original Star Trek and the birth of The Next Generation.
The five shows you should watch this week include the return of 'The Good Place,' 'Transparent,' and 'Gotham' and the premiere of 'Star Trek: Discovery.'
At Comic-Con, CBS gave us a look at concept art, costumes, and more from the “Star Trek” prequel series that’ll debut this fall.
On September 8th 1966, the crew of the starship Enterprise first boldly went where no man has gone before. Today is the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek! If any show has lived long and prospered, it’s this brainchild of Gene Roddenberry that has beamed up five TV series, with a sixth coming in 2017, a cartoon, thirteen feature films, and perhaps the most passionate fan base ever.