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Inside 'Star Trek Discovery': The Franchise's Answer to the Trump Era

14 hours ago | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Walk onto the soundstages at Toronto's Pinewood Studios, a massive complex of airplane hangers jutting out into Lake Ontario, and you'll see transporter rooms, engine rooms and lots of vaguely futuristic hallways. A producer is giving journalists an impromptu tour, pointing out small details like the Malaysian puppets hanging in an officer's ready room and bragging about the creation processes of phasers, badges and alien races.

Walk a little further, and you'll come to a gleaming bridge. A Starfleet commander's seat sits in the middle. There are work stations on both sides, »

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Star Trek: Discovery reportedly heading to the Mirror Universe

21 September 2017 10:25 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With just a few days to go until the hotly-anticipated premiere of CBS’ Star Trek: Discovery, director and Star Trek: The Next Generation star Jonathan Frakes has revealed that the new series will be following in the footsteps of The Original Series, Deep Space Nine and Enterprise by featuring a Mirror Universe episode.

Frakes just revealed that @startrekcbs will be doing a Mirror Universe episode. #Convoychi pic.twitter.com/B6XH4xIuqn

— Five Year Mission (@5YearMission) September 17, 2017

The Mirror Universe is a parallel universe where humanity has formed the Terran Empire and conquered many alien races. It first featured in the second season episode of The Original Series ‘Mirror, Mirror’, and was later revisited in Deep Space Nine and the two-part Enterprise episode ‘In a Mirror, Darkly’.

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- Gary Collinson

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The Five Best Star Trek Episodes Ever!

20 September 2017 4:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Andy Naylor with his five best Star Trek episodes ever…

After 12 years away from the small screen, Star Trek returns on Sunday 24th September with Star Trek: Discovery. While we have had the re-boot J.J.-verse in that time, with mixed success, sci-fi fans have been sorely missing one of the most popular shows to ever grace our televisions.

To celebrate this beloved franchise I’ve taken a look back at what I think is the best episode from each series and why you should watch it.

Star Trek: The Original Series – Balance of Terror – Season 1 Episode 14

Kirk and the Enterprise respond to distress signals from outposts along the Romulan Neutral Zone and discover they are being wiped out one by one. On the surface this episode is a standoff between two experienced commanders who are trying to force the other into a mistake. It reminds me of The Hunt for Red October »

- Andy Naylor

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Check out the main title theme from Star Trek: Discovery

12 September 2017 7:13 PM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

The Star Trek TV franchise has a history of beautiful opening credit sequences complete with a rousing score (go sit in the corner, Star Trek: Enterprise), and it's gratifying to know that Star Trek: Discovery will be no different. With less than two weeks to go until the debut of the latest Star Trek series, it seems that we can't go a day without something Star Trek-related,... Read More »

- Kevin Fraser

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‘Wrath of Khan’ Director Nicholas Meyer: ‘Art Is A Dictatorship,’ but Without Fans, There’s No ‘Star Trek’

8 September 2017 3:25 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The director of “Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan,” which many consider to be the best “Star Trek” movie of all time, thinks the best “Star Trek” movie of all time is the 2000 film “Galaxy Quest.”

“I think in a way that’s a perfect movie,” Nicholas Meyer told IndieWire. “Because it satirizes aspects of it but it also delivers on it. You know, that’s the three hat trick.”

In addition, the 2000 film is about the former cast of a “Trek”-esque show meeting a group of alien fans so intense in their devotion they actually made the show into a reality. At its core, “Galaxy Quest” is a celebration of the fandom that surrounds “Star Trek,” which from Meyer’s point of view is what has sustained the franchise over the decades. “Without the fans, the show is nowhere, it would never have been revived, it would never have come back, »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘The Orville’ Review: Seth MacFarlane’s ‘Star Trek’ Rip-Off is Creatively, Morally, and Ethically Bankrupt

8 September 2017 8:13 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The best way to describe “The Orville” is “What would happen if a guy who spent years writing animated dick jokes for television got the opportunity to make his own ‘Star Trek’? Oh, and what if his parent network gave him millions to make that happen?” It is a show that will be baffling for people who have never seen an episode of “Star Trek.” And for fans of the franchise, who know intimately how a “Trek” series feels, it will be downright disturbing.

The Orville” chronicles the adventures of Captain Ed Mercer (Seth MacFarlane) and the loyal crew of the U.S.S. Orville (seriously, it uses the prefix U.S.S.) as they soar through space on some unexplained exploratory mission in the far distant future. There are humans, and there are good aliens, some of whom are crew members, and there are bad aliens, who get fought in space battles. »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘The Orville’ Review: Seth MacFarlane’s ‘Star Trek’ Rip-Off is Creatively, Morally, and Ethically Bankrupt

8 September 2017 8:13 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The best way to describe “The Orville” is “What would happen if a guy who spent years writing animated dick jokes for television got the opportunity to make his own ‘Star Trek’? Oh, and what if his parent network gave him millions to make that happen?” It is a show that will be baffling for people who have never seen an episode of “Star Trek.” And for fans of the franchise, who know intimately how a “Trek” series feels, it will be downright disturbing.

The Orville” chronicles the adventures of Captain Ed Mercer (Seth MacFarlane) and the loyal crew of the U.S.S. Orville (seriously, it uses the prefix U.S.S.) as they soar through space on some unexplained exploratory mission in the far distant future. There are humans, and there are good aliens, some of whom are crew members, and there are bad aliens, who get fought in space battles. »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Can ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Help CBS Boldly Go Into a Streaming Future?

29 August 2017 6:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The line stretches down Fifth Avenue in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter.

More than 100 people wait to tour the Michael J. Wolf Fine Arts gallery, which has been converted for Comic-Con into an exhibition of costumes and props from CBS All Access’ “Star Trek: Discovery,” the forthcoming installment in the 51-year-old science-fiction franchise. At the front of the line is a man wearing a T-shirt with William Shatner’s face on it. The man is old enough to have watched live when Shatner — aka Capt. James T. Kirk — debuted as the lead on the original “Star Trek” series.

When the doors finally open, a surprise emerges: Sonequa Martin-Green, who plays Cmdr. Michael Burnham on “Discovery” and is therefore the heir to a very rich and very nerdy cultural legacy.

Caitlin Cronenberg for Variety

“Oh, my God,” Shatner Shirt Guy says as Martin-Green extends her arms to him. Inside they take photos together. He »

- Daniel Holloway

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What Star Trek: Enterprise Season 5 Would Have Been About

16 August 2017 5:33 AM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

More than a decade after Star Trek: Enterprise wrapped up, its series executives reveal what the supposed fifth season would have been about. »

- Ana Dumaraog

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Star Trek: Enterprise Creator Regrets Series Finale

15 August 2017 4:11 PM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Star Trek: Enterprise creator Brannon Braga regrets the series' controversial finale episode involving Tng's Commander Riker. »

- Dusty Stowe

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Star Trek Continues Episode 9: What Ships Are For

5 August 2017 9:39 AM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

The best fan-made web-series, Star Trek Continues, returns with a new episode. Like the original Star Trek show it’s based on, it doesn’t shy away from controversial issues. Does the latest episode “What Ships Are For” maintain the series’ quality?

“What Ships Are For” is the ninth of a planned 11 episodes of this excellent show, and it’s too bad it will be coming to an end soon because it’s far and away the finest fan-made web show in production. What makes it so good is its fidelity to the classic 1966-1969 Star Trek TV series, which worked as a metaphor for socio-cultural issues of the day. (Something missing from the recent Jj Abrams films). Star Trek Continues also dives into a hot-button issue by tacking the subject of refugees.

In this episode, the crew of the Enterprise answer an Sos and find a society that is literally color blind, »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Rob Young)

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The Emoji Movie's Patrick Stewart on switching it up to voice a character called Poop

25 July 2017 7:28 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

The Emoji Movie's Patrick Stewart on switching it up to voice a character called Poop The Emoji Movie's Patrick Stewart on switching it up to voice a character called Poop Bob Strauss - Cineplex Magazine7/25/2017 9:28:00 Am

Verily, is there an English actor more worthy of respect than Sir Patrick Stewart?

The distinguished Shakespearean, birthed in Yorkshire in 1940, has wowed on the stage his whole career and continues to do so, most recently in a production of Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land that he and his buddy Ian McKellen mounted on Broadway and then brought across the pond to London.

Before that, his portrayal of cerebral starship captain Jean-Luc Picard in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" was a major factor in ensuring the longevity of one of pop culture’s greatest science-fiction franchises.

Speaking of franchises, the X-Men movies, which set the template for this century’s superhero genre, »

- Bob Strauss - Cineplex Magazine

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Trek to the Past – Star Trek: Tos Season Three in Review

6 July 2017 10:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Star Trek is probably the most successful science fiction franchise of all time spanning six decades of science fiction storytelling. In this series, I will be looking at the highlights of all the past episodes from each season of all five TV shows that went before leading up to the new series Star Trek: Discovery that will be airing in the fall of 2017.

Star Trek: The Original Series – Season 3

Development

As Season 2 was airing the last few episodes of the season, NBC had decided to not to renew the Star Trek for a third year due to low ratings, but a group of fans decided to start a letter-writing campaign to get the show renewed for a third season. NBC had thousands of letters coming through the post, so much so that they announced they had, finally, renewed the series for a third season.

Many changes were made during the »

- James Morrell

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Sense8 to My Mother the Car: the TV you think was most correctly killed off

30 June 2017 6:11 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The offensive, the misguided – and the mum reincarnated as an ancient automobile. Here are the programmes our readers feel were rightfully axed

• Heroes to Heil Honey I’m Home – are these the smartest TV cancellations ever?

Some television shows are cruelly ended before their time. Others – Star Trek: Enterprise, I’m looking at you – are quite rightly offed before they have the chance to do any further damage.

Our writers nominated Heroes, Twin Peaks and the bizarre Heil Honey I’m Home! in the latter category. Below, we list our readers’ own suggestions, from a truly sinister 1960s comedy to a terrible 1980s soap opera.

I hear they've cancelled Sense8 - I'd add that to the list. Great opening season but the actual plot got waylaid in favor of tedious romantic entagelements. Said gongs on might have been politically brave, empowering etc etc but I just pined for some action, »

- James Walsh and Guardian readers

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Star Trek Discovery Announces Premiere Date

19 June 2017 1:00 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Gene Roddenberry's original Star Trek television series (Tos) debuted on Thursday, September 8, 1966 via NBC. Roddenberry, a TV writer of Westerns (primarily) during the 1950s, pitched the show as a cross between Gulliver's Travels and Wagon Train... in space! Over the next 50 years there have been 13 films, 5 television series, and that animated thing in the early 70s starring the original NBC cast. J.J. Abrams famously rebooted the films in 2009, but there hasn't been a new TV series since Enterprise ended in 2005.

Star Trek Discovery, the newest TV franchise, was announced in November 2015 and would appear exclusively on CBS All Access, the stand-alone network streaming service. Someday. Maybe. We hope.

Related - Star Trek: Discovery Trailer - Ten Years Before The Enterprise

Today, we learned -- via Twitter -- that Star Trek Discovery will premiere on Sunday, September 24, 2017 at 8:30pm Et/5:30pm Pt:

Discovery begins September 24. #StarTrekDiscovery pic.twitter. »

- David Kozlowski

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LeVar Burton Is In 'No Mood' to Be Disrespected by American Airlines

12 June 2017 8:52 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

LeVar Burton can fly twice as high, but he may have to do it in business class.

The Reading Rainbow host and Star Trek: The Next Generation actor, 60, had a turbulent flight on American Airlines on Sunday and sounded off on Twitter about the “disrespect” he says he experienced.

Burton was bumped from first class to business on a recent flight from Chicago O’Hare to Los Angeles, despite having paid for two seats in the pricier section. On Sunday, he called out the airline on twitter, tagging American, he wrote “I’m in No Mood for disrespect.”

.@AmericanAir after »

- Mackenzie Schmidt

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Alex Kurtzman talks Star Trek: Discovery and the departure of Bryan Fuller

9 June 2017 7:24 PM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

With the cancellation of Star Trek: Enterprise in 2005, the future of Gene Roddenberry's once mighty franchise looked uncertain. It's important to keep in mind that up until that point, there had always been a Star Trek series on the schedule since The Next Generation made its debut in 1987. That's an awful lot of continuous Star Trek. A world without Star... Read More »

- Kevin Fraser

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Trek to the Past – Star Trek: Tos Season One in Review

2 June 2017 12:01 PM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Star Trek is probably the most successful science fiction franchise of all time spanning six decades of science fiction storytelling. In the series, I will be looking at the highlights of all the past episodes from each season of all five TV shows that went before leading up to the new series Star Trek: Discovery that will be airing in the fall of 2017.

Star Trek: The Original Series – Season One

Original Broadcast: (September 8th 1966 – April 29th 1967)

Development

After a failed attempt at selling Star Trek to NBC with the pilot ‘The Cage’, starring Jeffrey Hunter as Captain Christopher Pike, NBC told Gene Roddenberry to film a second pilot with a more “action & adventure” orientated plot – which was unheard of at the time. Roddenberry complied and wrote two story outlines: one being ‘Mudd’s Women’ and the second being ‘The Omega Glory’ both of which were produced later on the series »

- James Morrell

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Jerry Goldsmith’s 10 Most Indelible Scores

9 May 2017 11:04 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

In honor of Jerry Goldsmith’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Jon Burlingame offers ten scores that best capture the late composer’s genius.

1. A Patch of Blue (1965) For the tender relationship between a blind white girl (Elizabeth Hartman) and the kindly black man (Sidney Poitier) she befriends, Goldsmith wrote a haunting, delicate score featuring piano and harmonica.

2. The Sand Pebbles (1966) Goldsmith’s first epic score, for director Robert Wise’s film about a U.S. gunboat in Chinese waters in the 1920s starring Steve McQueen. He evoked an Asian atmosphere with exotic instruments, and his love theme (“And We Were Lovers”) was recorded by artists from Andy Williams to Shirley Bassey.

3. Planet of the Apes (1968) A landmark in film-music history, this unearthly, Bartok- and Stravinsky-influenced soundscape strongly implied that Charlton Heston and his fellow astronauts were marooned on a far-off planet… when, in fact, they were on Earth all along. »

- Jon Burlingame

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Sci-Fi world set to ‘live long and prosper’ thanks to the Tech industry

24 April 2017 1:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Half a century ago we were all going to be living in mile-high skyscrapers with floating cars for transport. As the new millennium came closer, you had more chance of meeting an alien who declared, “Nanu, nanu, shazbot” as a greeting.The major inventions of science fiction have yet to happen. Warp drive, teleporting, hover cars; they all remain the prerogative of fertile minds. Or do they?

Despite what we may think, much more of science fiction’s wizardry has come true than we credit. In-ear headphones were predicted by Ray Bradbury in his seminal novel, Fahrenheit 451. Apple, for one, are finding this to be a tidy revenue stream.

It’s not the only thing Bradbury looked into the future and saw. Mankind has long held a fascination with Mars and while Hg Wells War of the Worlds seems an unlikely outcome, colonisation as foreseen in the Martian Chronicles »

- James Smith

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