The Star Trek franchise has been evolving for decades now, and new series Star Trek: Discovery will toss out one rule that has been a part of the franchise from the very beginning.
Showrunner Aaron Harberts also talks about how Discovery will not be sticking to Gene Roddenberry's rule of no conflict within the crew.
Captain Kirk proved that rule was always meant to be broken, anyway.
The trailer for CBS's "Star Trek: Discovery," the latest entry in the "Star Trek" universe, feature two women of color - Michelle Yeoh as the starship captain and Sonequa Martin-Green as her first officer - as they engage the Klingon people. It's fairly standard fare for the series, which has seen...
This has been a good week for Trek fans, with pictures and news about Star Trek: Discovery being released almost daily. Today’s...
It was a rule that plagued writers of previous Star Trek TV shows: in order to better represent Trek creator Gene Roddenberry’s idyllic vision of a utopian future, writers were strongly encouraged to avoid having Starfleet crew members in conflict with each other. Show More Summary
When casting was announced for Star Trek: Discovery, some fans weren’t happy with some of the choices, forgetting that even back in...
Another new photo has emerged from the Star Trek: Discovery set; this one of one of the transporter rooms on the USS...
Since its first incarnation, Star Trek has been about multiculturalism, with characters of different species living and working together on the Starship Enterprise. The original series featured a diverse cast and even included the first interracial kiss ever shown on TV. Show More Summary
We take a very deep dive into the new uniforms for Star Trek; Discovery, including a detailed infographic explaining all the details.
Yet another new reveal for the week with a totally different looking transporter room and some familiar looking side-arms from Star Trek: Discovery.
The 'Star Trek: Discovery' star spoke to the legacy of Star Trek, and cited diversity as the reason for its longevity.
We have our very first look at Jason Isaacs as Captain Gabriel Lorca on the bridge of the USS Discovery, and my god does nothing about this look comfortable. Not the chair, not the costume, not his posture. It feels oddly appropriate. More »
The captain is on deck. Actor Jason Isaacs (who played Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter films) was conspicuously absent from the first trailer of the new CBS All Access show Star Trek: Discovery that debuted last month (check out our...Show More Summary
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Captain Lorca is ready to run this ship! The first image of Jason Isaacs as Federation Starship Captain Gabriel Lorca in Star Trek: Discovery was released Wednesday by Entertainment Weekly. It's not only the first image of Isaacs in his Star Fleet uniform, but the first time we're getting a look at... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Star Trek: Discovery Jason Isaacs
Star Trek: Discovery reveals a first look at Harry Potter veteran Jason Isaacs as Gabriel Lorca captain of the Federation starship Discovery. The post Star Trek: Discovery: Jason Isaacs Takes Command in New Photo appeared first on C...
Star Trek: Discovery just dropped an image of Jason Issacs suited up as Captain Gabriel Lorca, and he's looking pretty dapper!
We also get our first glimpse of the bridge of the U.S.S. Discovery.
While we’ve slowly been getting more details about the cast and premise of the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery (and completed the five stages of grief over the loss of Bryan Fuller behind the scenes), with the first trailer for the series suggesting things were not looking good for the U.S.S. Show More Summary