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Apple slugs it out with HBO over new J.J. Abrams TV drama - report

A bidding war has reportedly broken out between Apple and HBO for rights to a new science fiction drama written by Star Trek director and Lost co-creator J.J. Abrams.

Park Expecting

8 hours agoGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Linda Park has announced that she and her husband Daniel Bess are expecting a baby later this spring. The...

Dakota Fanning’s Character Describes Her Star Trek Script In This EXCLUSIVE Clip From “Please Stand By”

9 hours agoGenres / Sci Fi :

The new independent film follows an autistic Star Trek fan (Dakota Fanning) who journeys to Hollywood to enter her script in a writing competition.

The Mirror Universe Brings Darkness and Goatees on Star Trek: Discovery

14 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets :

This is the episode we were hoping for when we figured out that Star Trek: Discovery had gone to the Mirror Universe. Most of us figured out where the Discovery was early on in last week’s midseason […] The post The Mirror Universe Brings Darkness and Goatees on Star Trek: Discovery appeared first on

Michael deals with the aftermath of that shock twist in the Star Trek Discovery episode 12 teaser

Forget Snoke, Star Trek Discovery blasts Star Wars: The Last Jedi into oblivion when it comes to shadowy reveals about nefarious leaders

Star Trek: Discovery Asks The Age Old Question: If You Kill Your Mirror Universe Self, Is It Murder Or Suicide?

Ah, Discovery. This might be the best exploration one of these episodes has ever done in encapsulating just how miserable the Mirror Universe really is. Like, we all joke about goatees and the agony booth, but the idea's existed for so long it's almost been kitschy. Show More Summary

Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Delivers A Shot Through The Heart In “The Wolf Inside”

20 hours agoGenres / Sci Fi :

The 11th episode of Discovery has classic Star Trek elements and pays off on some big emotional storylines.

How Martin Luther King Jr. Saved 'Star Trek'

Civil Rights and HIV activist Nichelle Nichols reveals a little known piece of Star Trek lore.

Star Trek: Lost Scenes Book

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

A new book from Titan Books will be of interest to original series fans. Star Trek: Lost Scenes, written by’s David...

Latif On His Star Trek: Discovery Character

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

After the airing of last night’s episode, The Wolf Inside, Shazad Latif spoke about his character on the show. Note: There are...

STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review: 1.11 “The Wolf Inside”

yesterdayHumor / odd : Badass Digest

“An oppressive regime is by its nature a fearful regime.” Read more...

Voyager: Architects of Infinity cover, and other new Trek-novel covers

With a thin release schedule of Star Trek novels this year (due to a still pending license renewal), there aren't so many book cover reveals lately. So this should be exciting day! Simon and Schuster have now released the cover for the next book in Kirsten Beyer's Voyager relaunch series, Architects of Infinity. Show More Summary

Star Trek: Discovery’ Review: “The Wolf Inside” is a Thrilling, Stressful Hour of ‘Trek

The mirror verse is so stressful! I sweated throughout the entirety of the latest Star Trek: Discovery episode, “The Wolf Inside.” I don’t even know where to begin, so let’s just start with the best part of the episode, which was also, wildly enough, the least stressful. Show More Summary

This weekend in TV Club

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: B+ | Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.: B | Gilmore Girls | Saturday Night Live: C+ | Star Trek: Discovery: B+ | Shameless: B | Bob’s Burgers: A- | The Chi: B+ | The Simpsons: B- | The Last Man On Earth: C | Divorce Read more...

Star Trek Discovery Recap: The Killer in Me Is the Killer in You

We’re still in the Mirrorverse this week, and I think most people are like me inasmuch as they spend a fair amount of their downtime imagining how they would handle being suddenly thrust into a Mirrorverse situation. Moreover, I suspect that, like me, most of us would overestimate our ability ... More »

Monday links

On Jan. 15, 1919, Boston’s 2.3 million gallon molasses flood killed 21 people. Napoleon’s Heirs Include a Wall Street Banker, the Founder of the FBI and a Star Trek Actor. The Impossible Task of Reconstructing the Rules to an Ancient...Show More Summary

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