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Showrunner Ronald D. Moore on ‘Outlander,’ ‘Electric Dreams: The World of Philip K. Dick’

25 August 2016 3:04 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Edinburgh, Scotland — “Outlander” showrunner Ronald D. Moore told an audience at the Edinburgh Intl. Television Festival on Thursday that in Season 3 the show would start in Scotland but would then be making a sea voyage in the 18th century.

“There’s an extended journey across the Atlantic and then the story eventually goes to Jamaica, the Caribbean and ending up in the New World,” he said. “Season 3 will be as different to Season 2 as Season 2 was to Season 1.”

These dramatic shifts threw up challenges for Moore, who said: “It’s exciting creatively; it’s very hard in terms of the production… You are doing a whole new series with every season. So that’s very difficult. Scouting new locations, building new sets, bringing in new cast members, new costumes, different eras. It increases the expense, it increases the time necessary to prep everything, to shoot everything… So it makes it more difficult and it also takes more »

- Leo Barraclough

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Comic Book Review – Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor Vol. 2 – Fractures

24 August 2016 8:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Tony Black reviews Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor Vol. 2 – Fractures…

After their adventures in India, the Doctor and Clara return to her present – but danger is slipping through the cracks between universes, and London (and Unit!) have no defence against the Fractures! Will the Doctor risk all of reality to reunite a family – or sacrifice a good man to keep the multiverse spinning? Then, the Doctor gambles with his life in 1960s Las Vegas, as he and Clara must team up with gangsters in order to defeat an intergalactic crime syndicate – but is this one too many spins on the Doctor’s roulette wheel?

The second trade collection which badges up Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor comic run issues 6-10, following on from the previous ‘Terrorformer’, the second volume ‘Fractures’ collects three distinct stories of The Doctor and Clara Oswald, set roughly during the eighth season of Doctor Who »

- Tony Black

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Comic Book Review – Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor Vol. 2 – Fractures

24 August 2016 8:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Tony Black reviews Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor Vol. 2 – Fractures…

After their adventures in India, the Doctor and Clara return to her present – but danger is slipping through the cracks between universes, and London (and Unit!) have no defence against the Fractures! Will the Doctor risk all of reality to reunite a family – or sacrifice a good man to keep the multiverse spinning? Then, the Doctor gambles with his life in 1960s Las Vegas, as he and Clara must team up with gangsters in order to defeat an intergalactic crime syndicate – but is this one too many spins on the Doctor’s roulette wheel?

The second trade collection which badges up Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor comic run issues 6-10, following on from the previous ‘Terrorformer’, the second volume ‘Fractures’ collects three distinct stories of The Doctor and Clara Oswald, set roughly during the eighth season of Doctor Who »

- Tony Black

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The Last Sci-Fi Blog: Why to Feel Optimistic About the Future of 'Star Trek'

11 August 2016 9:00 PM, PDT | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

It’s not always easy to be a Star Trek fan. To fully appreciate the first two seasons of the original series, you need to endure the third season. In order to get to the good stuff in Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, you have to power through the early episodes. The films have also offered their fair share of pain, with Star Trek Into Darkness and Star Trek: Nemesis shaking the faith of even the most hardened Trekkies. But right now, in the year 2016, in the 50th anniversary of the entire franchise, I feel really good about being a Star Trek fan. The best part of this feeling is that it feels like the best is yet to come. On one hand, I’m still riding high on Star Trek Beyond, a movie that managed to blend the core tenets of Star Trek. »

- Jacob S. Hall

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'Star Trek: Discovery' to have female lead, will take place in Prime Universe

10 August 2016 6:28 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Star Trek: Discovery is about to go where only one other Star Trek has gone before: it’s hiring a female to lead the series — and, in a first for the franchise, the show's main character will not be the captain (or, in the case of Deep Space Nine, the commander). Ep Bryan Fuller revealed this as well as a number of other out-of-this-world details about the space travel franchise. While at the Television Critics Association press tour, Fuller outlined much of his vision for the series, casting updates as well as where the show fits into the overall Star Trek timeline. “We’re going to be set in the Prime Universe (the William Shatner Star Trek), and we’re about 10 years before Kirk. So that gives us an opportunity to bridge the gap between Enterprise and the original series,” Fuller said. When it came to the casting of a female to fly the ship, »

- David Eckstein

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Star Trek: Discovery: 'Prime' Setting, Gay Character, Heavy Alien Presence and 11 More Spoilers About CBS Reboot

10 August 2016 5:22 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Set phasers to scoop!

Star Trek: Discovery executive producer Bryan Fuller closed out CBS’ portion of the Television Critics Association summer press tour with a panel previewing his anticipated reboot. Herewith are the 10 newsiest bits:

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* As we reported, the show’s lead character will be female. Fuller elaborated that she will be human but not a captain. She is a “Lieutenant Commander — with caveats.”

* On the main story driving the 13-episode first season: “There’s an incident, an event in Star Trek history in the history of »

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‘Star Trek Discovery’: Female Lead, Gay Character, Prequel Timeframe Confirmed

10 August 2016 4:58 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Star Trek Discovery” will feature a female lead, as showrunner Bryan Fuller works to bring the beloved franchise’s return to television in January 2017. This news was first reported by Variety, then discussed at length by Fuller at the TCA summer press tour.

Read More: ‘Star Trek’ New Series and Ship’s Name Are a Real ‘Discovery’

The female lead (who will be human, but will not hold the rank of captain — the lead character’s rank will be “Lieutenant commander, with caveats”) has yet to be formally cast.

But for years, Fuller has said that he was interested in seeing a female “Star Trek” captain — and one of color. In fact, in 2013, he was quoted as saying to Den of Geek that “I want Angela Bassett to be the captain, that’s who I would love to have, you know Captain Angela Bassett and First Officer Rosario Dawson.” Angela Bassett, »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Star Trek Discovery’: Female Lead, Gay Character, Prequel Timeframe Confirmed

10 August 2016 4:58 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Star Trek Discovery” will feature a female lead, as showrunner Bryan Fuller works to bring the beloved franchise’s return to television in January 2017. This news was first reported by Variety, then discussed at length by Fuller at the TCA summer press tour.

Read More: ‘Star Trek’ New Series and Ship’s Name Are a Real ‘Discovery’

The female lead (who will be human, but will not hold the rank of captain — the lead character’s rank will be “Lieutenant commander, with caveats”) has yet to be formally cast.

But for years, Fuller has said that he was interested in seeing a female “Star Trek” captain — and one of color. In fact, in 2013, he was quoted as saying to Den of Geek that “I want Angela Bassett to be the captain, that’s who I would love to have, you know Captain Angela Bassett and First Officer Rosario Dawson.” Angela Bassett, »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Barry Jenner, ‘Family Matters’ and ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Actor, Dies at 75

10 August 2016 4:51 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Actor Barry Jenner, known for his recurring roles on “Family Matters,” “Knots Landing” and “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” died on Monday in Los Angeles. He was 75.

We're saddened to report the passing of Barry Jenner, who played Admiral William Ross #DS9 https://t.co/dy8eDbs2bu pic.twitter.com/RZe2Vo5nmS

Star Trek (@StarTrek) August 10, 2016

Jenner portrayed Starfleet Admiral William Ross in 12 episodes of “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” from 1997-99. He was also known for his role on the hit sitcom “Family Matters,” using comedic talents in the role of Lieutenant Murtaugh.

In addition, Jenner was seen on TV shows such as “Somerset,” “Knots Landing,” “Another World,” “Hart to Hart,” “Simon & Simon,” “St. Elsewhere” and “Jag.” He also participated in several primetime game shows, including “Super Password” and “The $10,000 Pyramid,” helping contestants win prize money.

A native of Philadelphia, Jenner died from acute myeloid leukemia at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, according »

- Arya Roshanian

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ CBS Series to Have Female Lead

10 August 2016 4:30 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

CBS’ “Star Trek: Discovery” will feature a female lead, Variety has confirmed. Executive producer Bryan Fuller is expected to discuss the role Wednesday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.

CBS Television Studios, which is producing the series, is in the process of casting the role, which could potentially go to a woman of color. During a Q&A last month at Comic Con, Fuller spoke about Mae Jamison, the first African-American female astronaut and Nichelle Nichols, the lone African American and lone female cast member on the original “Star Trek” series, as inspirations for the characters on his show. “I think that ‘Star Trek’ is a show of firsts,” he said at the time.

Avery Brooks as Capt. Benjamin Sisko on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” was the first African American to lead a “Star Trek” series. Kate Mulgrew as Capt. Kathryn Janeway on “Star Trek: Voyager” was the franchise’s first female lead »

- Daniel Holloway

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Barry Jenner, star of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, dies aged 75

10 August 2016 2:09 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The actor, who also had roles in Dallas and Family Matters as well as frequently appearing on $100,000 Pyramid, died of acute myeloid leukemia

Barry Jenner, an actor best known for his recurring roles on such era-defining TV series as Dallas, Family Matters and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, has died aged 75.

The actor died of acute myeloid leukemia, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

My heart is broken.My thoughts are in grief&incomprehension.My good friend Barry Jenner has passed.Condolences to Suzanne&all who loved him.

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- Nigel M Smith

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Barry Jenner Dies: Admiral Ross On ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Was 75

10 August 2016 1:31 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Character actor Barry Jenner, best known for his pivotal role as Admiral William Ross on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and with credits including recurring roles on Dallas, Knott’s Landing, Family Matters and many others, died on August 9, his family has announced. He was 75. As news of his passing spread, Jenner’s Deep Space Nine colleague Armin Shimerman, who played the Ferengi bar owner Quark for the show’s entire run, expressed his shock and sadness on Twitter. My… »

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Barry Jenner, Family Matters and Dallas Actor, Dead at 75

10 August 2016 12:54 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Barry Jenner, who had roles in Family Matters, Dallas, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and several other series, died Monday of acute myeloid leukemia at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles , per The Hollywood Reporter. He was 75.

Jenner played Carl’s nincompoop boss Lt. Murtaugh for several seasons of Family Matters and DS9′s Admiral Ross in Seasons 6 and 7. He also was Dr. Jerry Kenderson for 25 episodes of the ’80s drama Dallas.

Jenner’s other TV credits include Silk Stalkings; Walker, Texas Ranger; Remington SteeleKnots Landing and Days of Our Lives.

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Star Trek 50th anniversary: 25 episodes to celebrate with

8 August 2016 2:28 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Juliette Harrisson Aug 12, 2016

Toast fifty years of Star Trek with these 25 episodes, drawn from across its TV universe, each celebrating an aspect of the franchise...

It seems unlikely that readers of Den of Geek need to be introduced to Star Trek. Five live-action TV series (soon to be six), one animated series, 13 movies and countless other books, computer games, board games, comic books and other forms of media, all adding up to fifty years of one of the biggest franchises in science fiction history.

Here we’ve collected 25 episodes from across the various Star Trek TV shows that might help you to celebrate Star Trek’s fiftieth birthday. A combination of all-time classics, episodes that sum up the ethos of the series, episodes that celebrate Star Trek itself and episodes that are just plain fun, this selection should have you happily toasting to the next fifty years of this venerable sci-fi institution. »

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Does Star Trek: Discovery Take Place Before The Original Star Trek Series?

2 August 2016 4:30 PM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Hercules over at AICN had a chance to sit and talk with Bryan Fuller, executive producer of the new Star Trek TV series, Star Trek: Discovery

The new series takes place in the old timeline instead of the rebooted, or Kelvin, timeline that the current film series takes place in. But, when in the classic timeline does Discovery fall?

There were murmurs that Std (love the acronym) would take place after Star Trek: Voyager, but Fuller dropped some news that refutes that rumor.

“There’s a big clue in the number of the ship [Ncc-1031] that indicates when we’re set,” said Fuller. 

You see, The original series' (Tos) Enterprise was Ncc-1701, which places Kirk and the Enterprise's original crew much later in the timeline than Discovery, making Std a prequel series.

Herc also asked Fuller if the 31 in Discovery's number has anything to do with Starfleet’s "super-secret black ops »

- Philip Sticco

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Does Star Trek: Nemesis deserve its reputation?

1 August 2016 12:47 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Alex Carter Aug 3, 2016

A Generation’s Final Journey nearly killed the franchise. But did it deserve to bomb?

The first Nemesis disc I owned inexplicably didn’t work properly in my first DVD player, and eventually stopped working entirely. When rewatching the film for this article, I found that the Blu-ray I have is bent for no reason at all and won’t work in any player. I tried downloading it off Sky, but it stopped downloading halfway through and refused to download any more until I deleted the whole thing and tried again after rebooting the box. I tried Netflix but weirdly Star Trek: Nemesis is part of a different rights package to the other Next Gen movies. Is this such an awesome film that digital media are still unable to cope with its majesty? Or is it so bad that it reaches out into the real world and breaks everything it touches? »

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Interview: Actor Paul Dooley on Getting to Portray Dad

26 July 2016 7:37 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – After he reigned as the father in the classic 1979 film “Breaking Away,” actor Paul Dooley suddenly became everyone’s Dad – and by everyone that meant Molly Ringwald (“Sixteen Candles”), Julia Roberts (“Runaway Bride”) and Helen Hunt (“Mad About You”). He tells all in Part Two of a comprehensive interview.

The former “Paul Brown’ was born in West Virginia, and studied acting at West Virginia University, before heading to New York City and a new career as Paul Dooley. He did stage work, stand-up comedy and the New York City version of The Second City. He got his big break in the original stage version of “The Odd Couple” in 1965, directed by the legendary Mike Nichols. While working the stage, he appeared in a number of commercials, eventually moving to Los Angeles to “be where the action is.”

Paul Dooley (right) Being Dad with Justin Henry and Carlin Glynn in »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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Box Office Democracy: Star Trek Beyond

26 July 2016 2:58 AM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

I can clearly remember the moment that guaranteed that I would never be a Star Trek in the same way I am a fan of so many other science fiction properties. I got a very bad cold in summer camp when I was nine years-old and was put in the infirmary, the only place in the camp that had television. I don’t remember if I choose the programming or if someone else did but I watched an entire evening of Deep Space Nine a feverish miserable mess (so feverish that it could have only been one episode as far as I know) and I’ve never quite gotten over that association enough to enjoy the show as an adult. Unlike Star Wars, DC, Marvel, Firefly, Buffy, et al I have no connection to the Star Trek franchise past enjoying a few of their cinematic efforts and enjoying others less. »

- Arthur Tebbel

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First Look CBS TV’s Star Trek: Discovery – Watch The Comic-Con 2016 Star Trek 50th Anniversary Panel

24 July 2016 3:20 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Photo Credit: Courtesy of CBS Television Studio /©2016 CBS Television Studio. All Rights Reserved.

Over the weekend at Comic-Con 2016, Star Trek legends William Shatner, Scott Bakula, Michael Dorn, Jeri Ryan and Brent Spiner joined Star Trek: Discovery Executive Producer Bryan Fuller to talk legacy and introduce the new series.

Get a sneak peek of the newest ship in the “Star Trek” universe.

Star Trek: Discovery premieres January 2017 on the CBS Television Network with the premiere and all subsequent episodes available exclusively on CBS All Access.

Netflix and CBS Studios International announced a landmark international licensing agreement for the new Star Trek television series. Netflix will be the exclusive premiere home of Star Trek in 188 countries (excluding the U.S. and Canada). Each episode of the new series will be available globally within 24 hours of its U.S. premiere.

Additionally, all 727 existing episodes of the iconic “Star Trek” television library – including “Star Trek: The Original Series, »

- Michelle McCue

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24: Legacy @ Comic-Con: 'A New Hero For a New Day,' Death By Construction Site, the Fate of 'Damnit!' and More

24 July 2016 1:52 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The clock. The boxes. The dink! dink! dink! dink! ticking. They’ll all be there when 24: Legacy debuts in February, producers and stars of the Fox series assured fans during a San Diego Comic-Con panel on Sunday. And please, don’t call it a “reboot.”

“This is more of an expansion of the 24 universe,” producer Manny Coto told fans in Hall H, likening the upcoming series to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. “It’s really just another story in the same world” that introduced us to the original version’s Jack Bauer, played by Kiefer Sutherland.

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