Saturday at Star Trek Las Vegas a surprise appearance by Alex Kurtzman who serves as showrunner on the CBS All Access’ Discovery, brought with him Patrick Stewart who announced, “Jean-Luc Picard is back.”
“What We Left Behind” is a documentary looking back at the series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and recently Ira Steven Behr talked about its progress and when it might be seen.
Star Trek: Discovery, the first Star Trek television series in more than twelve years, is less than a month away and has plenty of questions and concerns.
Saturday at Comic-Con wasn’t just for superhero movies, we also got the newest trailer for CBS’s Star Trek: Discovery that looks to be confused which timeline its in.
CBS after several delays has finally announced when the newest Star Trek series will premier with an interesting schedule.
Star Trek is returning to television this fall for the first time since 2005, but it has not been an easy road getting there and Alex Kurtzman sheds some light on the shows progress.
The first live-action trailer for the new Star Trek series debuted on Wednesday that will no doubt cause some spirited debate among Star Trek fans.
On Thursday, Paramount released a new Star Trek 50th anniversary trailer celebrating the cinematic side of the long running sci-fi franchise.
Friday night at the Los Angeles Star Trek fan event J.J. Abrams made an announcement regarding the lawsuit that Paramount and CBS have against the fan funded Star Trek film over at Axanar.
Nicholas Meyer the director and writer behind the successful even numbered Star Trek films featuring the original cast will be having an impact on CBS’s 2017 Star Trek series.
On Monday CBS announced that it would launch a new television series beginning in January of 2017 news Star Trek fans have waited for, but what form of Trek will we get and should it matter what timeline?
I’ve never been a huge fan of Hollywood’s reboot and remakes when it comes to the movies and now it seems it’s becoming a popular idea when it comes to television as well.
Supergirl is an upcoming television series set to air on CBS.
Back on May 2nd I posted an article that CBS needed to do the right thing and give CSI a series finale after fifteen seasons on the air, thankfully CBS made the right decision.
Wayne Brady who was filling in as a guest host on CBS’s The Late Late Show introduced William Shatner aka Captain Kirk in a very unique way.