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In the First Full Trailer for Star Trek: Picard, Jean-Luc Assembles a New and Familiar Crew

The first teaser for Patrick Stewart’s return as an older, traumatised Jean-Luc Picard gave us a hell of a reveal: Starfleet’s finest is no longer actually at Starfleet. But at San Diego Comic-Con, we’ve been given a glimpse at just what the former Captain of the Enterprise is up to. And, turns out, he’s in for one hell of a ride. Read More >>

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Boldly Go on a Short Adventure in the New Trailer for the Next Short Treks Anthology

One of the best surprises to come out of this new era of “All Trek, All the Time” has been Short Treks, the anthology series that gives us bite-sized, varied bits of storytelling from across the Star Trek universe. At Comic-Con, we got to see what to expect from a very animated second batch of adventures for the series. Read More >>

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Star Trek Comics Unveil Janeway and the Voyager Crew of the Mirror Universe

I have some very important news. I have a wife. It is Captain Kathryn Janeway, Pirate Queen of the Quadrant. She is not the Janeway you know, a tiny scientist cast-off to a faraway galaxy and slowly driven insane by the task set before her: Trying to unite her crew and make her way home. She’s the Janeway of the Mirror Universe, and she may or may not have two all-metal arms. Read More >>

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All the Best Sci-Fi TV and Movies Coming to Comic-Con 2019

Yes, it’s called Comic-Con, but these days, the biggest news out of the annual convention usually isn’t about comics. It’s about comic book-inspired (or at least influenced) film and television. Things change though. Ten years ago, movies dominated SDCC. Five years ago, television started taking over. Now, it’s a mix, leaning more into TV with a strong focus on streaming content. Since there’s a tonne going on, we’ll pull out what we deem to be the most exciting movie, TV, and streaming panels of San Diego Comic-Con 2019. Read More >>

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Picard Has a Dog Now

Jean-Luc Picard has been through some shit by the time we re-meet him in Star Trek: Picard. He’s left Starfleet, retired to a life of making wine and mourning his regrets. Whatever is a man to do when he’s going through some stuff? Get a dog, of course. Read More >>

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Michael Chabon Will Showrun Star Trek: Picard

Well, Alex Kurtzman can’t singlehandedly manage every damn one of these Star Trek series himself. Read More >>

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Looks Like the Next Star Trek: Short Treks Series Will Bring Back Some Familiar Faces

Star Trek: Discovery’s third season is leaving the prequel era of pre-Trek behind for a bold new future – which meant bidding a bittersweet farewell to its take on Spock and the Enterprise crew at the end of season two. But good news: at least some of the gang is seemingly returning soon. Read More >>

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RIP Peter Allan Fields, One of the Minds Behind Some of Star Trek’s Most Powerful Episodes

Peter Allen Fields, the television screenwriter who helped bring some of the most iconic and dramatic chapters of The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine to life, has passed away. Read More >>

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Alex Kurtzman’s Plan for More Star Trek Than Ever Before: Keep It Varied

Star Trek: Discovery is already charting itself a bold new course going into season three. Picard is on the way. And that’s before we get to the animated shows and the seemingly zillions of other Star Trek projects in the works. In an age with more Trek than ever before, how does its architect plan on avoiding fatigue? Variety...and toys, apparently. Read More >>

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Why We Will Always Love the Humble Heroism of Captain Picard

“It’s for the children...I’m a role model,” Jean-Luc Picard awkwardly jokes when a Starfleet Admiral hailing the Enterprise notices the rainbow-coloured “Captain Picard Day” banner in the background of their communique in “The Pegasus.” Twenty-four years after he first said it, it’s not just the kids aboard the Enterprise he’s a role model to. Read More >>

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What We Know About the Disaster That Made Picard Quit Starfleet

Star Trek: Picard is set decades after the unthinkable: a disillusioned Jean-Luc Picard, former captain of the Enterprise, has left Starfleet, the fabled organisation that represents his highest ideals. But in order to figure out why, we need to turn to what might be a surprising source for some Star Trek diehards. Read More >>

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The Deep Space Nine Documentary Releases on Blu-ray in August

If you missed out on the nostalgic, excellent What We Left Behind – the crowdfunded Deep Space Nine documentary examining the legacy of Star Trek’s darkest chapter – when it screened in cinemas earlier this month, good news! You won’t have to wait long to see it... if you’re in the U.S. and Canada. Read More >>

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Star Trek: Picard’s First Teaser Hints at Jean-Luc’s Tragic Place in Starfleet History

The first teaser is here for Star Trek: Picard, which brings the incredible Patrick Stewart back as the even more incredible Jean-Luc Picard. But the admiral, who’s been spending a lot of time with his grapes, is no longer a part of Starfleet. The mystery, of course, is finding out why. Read More >>

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Star Trek’s Ira Steven Behr Looks Back on the Complex Legacy of Deep Space Nine

Twenty-six years after it first debuted, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is now seen as one of the franchise’s finest entries. The series was a dark examination of the moral push and pull on Starfleet’s finest ideals in a time of war, that examined the, at times, bitter cost of maintaining Star Trek’s grand utopia. But it wasn’t always seen that way. Read More >>

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The Official Title of the Picard Star Trek Show Won’t Shock You

It’s right there in the headline, just reversed. The title is Star Trek: Picard. Read More >>