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Who cares about timelines now… Patrick Stewart is back as Capt. Picard! Making a surprise appearance at a Star Trek convention in Las Vegas on Saturday, Stewart confirmed weeks of rumors that he was returning to the role of Capt. Jean-Luc Picard. The yet-to-be-named series will air on CBS All Access alongside Star Trek: Discovery.… read more

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Following on the news that Star Trek: Discovery has changed showrunners again, CBS seems to have big plans. And it may even mean the return of a fan favorite. According to The Hollywood Reporter, CBS has signed a new $25M deal extension with Alex Kertzman. This new deal will also see Kurtzman developing new Star… read more

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The new Star Trek series is getting all set to go before the cameras this fall in Toronto. CBS is getting all set to relaunch Star Trek as a TV series again, albeit in a different manner. One episode will air on regular television with all subsequent episodes being available only on CBS paid service, CBS All… read more

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CBS has found a co-creator and showrunner for its new Star Trek series. It was announced on Tuesday that Bryan Fuller would be stepping into the showrunner position on CBS’ upcoming new Star Trek series. Fuller has an interesting pedigree having worked on Deep Space Nine and Voyager, but also going on to create shows… read more

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Star Trek is coming back to your television screen… but not in the way you would expect. CBS announced on Monday that in Jan. 2017 it will air the first episode of an all new Star Trek series… and then you’ll have to start paying for it. After the first episode airs the series will… read more

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One of the best known faces and voices in science fiction has left us with the passing of Leonard Nimoy. Leonard Nimoy, best known as Spock in the various incarnations of Star Trek, passed away this morning at the age of 83. Nimoy had been in failing health for some time and had officially retired… read more

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Star Trek: Into Darkness is ramping up the drama in its third and final trailer. The previous U.S. trailer and international version both seemed to focus on the action in Star Trek: Into Darkness. The newest trailer, however, seems to give us a good dose of action again, but also a very healthy dosage of… read more

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Despite a Star Trek: Into Darkness teaser trailer having been released about two weeks ago, a longer trailer has now hit the Internet. It isn’t exactly clear why a second trailer has already made it out for this mid-2013 release, but never the less, here it is. We still don’t have any real clue as… read more

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The wait is over, the first teaser trailer for Star Trek: Into Darkness is here. The 2009 Star Trek film was a surprise hit. While some thought it would do well, no one could predict just how well it would do with die-hard fans. I was among them expecting to strongly dislike the reboot, but… read more

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Star Trek 2 has begun filming in Los Angeles this week and is scheduled for release on May 17, 2013. Much to the surprise of many, myself included, the 2009 reboot of Star Trek was highly enjoyable, and a sequel seemed assured.  Due to the busy schedules of just about everyone involved, it took longer… read more

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After what seems like an eternity, J.J. Abrams has finally signed on to direct Star Trek 2. After the surprise success of the first film in a new Star Trek series, people have been waiting for word that J.J. Abrams would return to direct the follow-up.  Reportedly the script is due to be turned in… read more

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Are you ready for a sixth Star Trek TV series? Apparently some people think we are. Multiple sources are reporting that David Foster, a writer/producer who used to work on Battlestar Galactica, has gone to CBS with a pitch for a sixth Star Trek television series.  Despite the fact that J.J. Abrams 2009 film set up… read more

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