Number One, reporting for duty! Rebecca Romijn released on Instagram this morning the first image of her character from Season 2 of CBS All Access' Star Trek: Discovery. Romijn will play Number One (a character featured in the original 1966 Star Trek pilot) who serves as Captain Christopher Pike's second-in-command on the USS Enterprise. The original Number One was played by Star Trek creator Gene Roddeberry's wife Majel Barrett-Roddeberry. Back in July, Romijn posted on…
A strong captain is only as good as the team he assembles, and in that spirit, here’s your first look at the writers’ room for Star Trek‘s forthcoming series centered on Patrick Stewart‘s Jean-Luc Picard. The shot features Stewart, who will return to his Star Trek: The Next Generation role in the franchise’s upcoming installment, as well as […]
Since Star Trek: Discovery‘s second season won’t arrive until next year, the CBS All Access series is serving up some appetizers to tide us over through the fall. The previously announced four-part series of shorts titled Star Trek: Short Treks will debut on Thursday, Oct. 4 on the streaming service, TVLine has learned, with a new […]
Ethan Peck is about to boldly go where Leonard Nimoy and Zachary Quinto have gone before. A veteran TV actor, Peck, grandson of Gregory Peck, has been cast to play the iconic Starfleet officer Spock in season two of CBS All Access drama “Star Trek: Discovery.” Executive producer Alex Kurtzman confirmed at Comic-Con in July […]
The fourth instalment of the rebooted Star Trek franchise has lost two main cast members following failed pay negotiations. According to a new report, Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth won't be appearing in Star Trek 4. The Hollywood Reporter states that both actors have walked away after failing to come to an agreement with Paramount Pictures and Skydance Media.
Nichols was one of the first black women on television who didn't play a servant or nanny -- she was a respected lieutenant.
UPDATED with trailer: The Star Trek universe is expanding. During Star Trek: Discovery’ s Hall H appearance today at San Diego Comic-Con, series’ co-creator and executive producer Alex Kurtzman announced Star Trek: Short Treks, a four-episode spinoff series of shorts that will roll out monthly beginning in December to tie Trekkies over until Discovery ‘s Season 2 premiere in January. Each short will consist of a stand-alone story, each running 10-15 minutes, serving as an…
Nichelle Nichols wanted to pursue a career on the stage. But MLK, a fan who viewed her "Star Trek" role as pioneering, persuaded her to think twice.
The "Star Trek" star fielded criticism from discouraged fans on Twitter about why he won't offer up his John Hancock.
Yahoo Entertainment read through the entire SDCC 2018 schedule for you and picked the 50 film and TV panels that have us most excited. Take a peek at our list, and we'll see you in line in San Diego.
Yahoo Entertainment has picked the 20 buzziest moments from the 2018 TV season so far, from heart-wrenching deaths to funny cat videos to high-profile firings.
Ellison won a notable copyright infringement suit against ABC and Paramount and a settlement in a similar suit over "The Terminator" has died at 84.
Simon Pegg recalls that "J.J. [Abrams] emailed us with the possibility before it was announced, and everyone was so excited," as he described the history-making choice for director of "Star Trek 4."
S.J. Clarkson has been tapped to direct “Star Trek 4,” making her the first female to helm a film in the “Star Trek” franchise. Paramount Pictures had no comment. The studio announced at CinemaCon in Las Vegas that it was planning a fourth movie with Chris Hemsworth, who appeared as Chris Pine’s father in 2009’s […]
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.