The Dirty Dozen goes interstellar in this exciting new ongoing Sci Fi series about a group of rogues, rebels, and outcasts who try to stop forces threatening the Confederation from outside, and within.








Series cast summary:
Walter Koenig ...  The Admiral 2 episodes, 2017
Adrienne Wilkinson ...  Capt. Lexxa Singh / ... 2 episodes, 2017
Terry Farrell ...  Jada 2 episodes, 2017
Robert Beltran ...  Cordero 2 episodes, 2017
Nichelle Nichols ...  Adm. Grace Jemison / ... 2 episodes, 2017
Gary Graham ...  Ragnar 2 episodes, 2017
Aron Eisenberg ...  Fnaxnor 2 episodes, 2017
Tim Russ ...  Cmdr. Kovok / ... 2 episodes, 2017
Corin Nemec ...  Capt. Alvarez / ... 2 episodes, 2017
Stacey Woolf-Feinberg Stacey Woolf-Feinberg ...  Sammy 2 episodes, 2017
Bruce A. Young ...  Adm. Armstrong / ... 2 episodes, 2017
Manu Intiraymi ...  Chaffee / ... 2 episodes, 2017
Crystal Conway Crystal Conway ...  Cadet Tolstoy 2 episodes, 2017
Cirroc Lofton ...  Jacob 2 episodes, 2017
Janel Tanna ...  Armstrong's Assistant / ... 2 episodes, 2017
Justin McQueede Justin McQueede ...  Prak 2 episodes, 2017
Hana Hatae ...  Ensign O'Riley 2 episodes, 2017
Madison Russ ...  Treel 2 episodes, 2017
Ryan T. Husk ...  Lt. Largent 2 episodes, 2017
Maya Tremblay Maya Tremblay ...  Conway's Bar Waitress / ... 2 episodes, 2017
Robert Hooven Robert Hooven ...  Bounty Hunter / ... 2 episodes, 2017
Chasty Ballesteros ...  Ronara 2 episodes, 2017
Darth Schuhe Darth Schuhe ...  Bevus / ... 2 episodes, 2017
Michael Koogler Michael Koogler ...  Draven Kor 2 episodes, 2017
Tom Antonellis ...  Mak the Miner 2 episodes, 2017
John Caballero John Caballero ...  Keevin 2 episodes, 2017
David Cheng David Cheng ...  Davoo 2 episodes, 2017
Tracee Cocco ...  Khuhl 2 episodes, 2017
Carly Creer Carly Creer ...  Pat the Arachnoid 2 episodes, 2017
Behnam Dayanim ...  Balrag 2 episodes, 2017
Dragon Dronet Dragon Dronet ...  Drakku 2 episodes, 2017
Keaira Finlay Keaira Finlay ...  Raina 2 episodes, 2017
Wayne Frazier Wayne Frazier ...  Barlow 2 episodes, 2017
Phyllis Ramie ...  Tigre 2 episodes, 2017
Myles Clifford Hawthorne Myles Clifford Hawthorne ...  Zom 2 episodes, 2017
Robert Hoffman ...  Argath Rikardu 2 episodes, 2017
Trenton Jones Trenton Jones ...  Norg 2 episodes, 2017
Brian Lantz Brian Lantz ...  Ratman Cagney 2 episodes, 2017
David Lieu David Lieu ...  Doctor 2 episodes, 2017
Debbie Lieu Debbie Lieu ...  May Fong 2 episodes, 2017
Natalie Lipka Natalie Lipka ...  Freise 2 episodes, 2017
Malissa Longo ...  Noor, The Space Gypsy / ... 2 episodes, 2017
Dan D.W. McCann ...  Beezle Bub 2 episodes, 2017
Sheila R. McClung Sheila R. McClung ...  Woman in Red Dress 2 episodes, 2017
Kelly Renee Miller Kelly Renee Miller ...  Veela 2 episodes, 2017
Yael Nechemya Yael Nechemya ...  Minerva 2 episodes, 2017
Vicki Roxanne Payne Vicki Roxanne Payne ...  Major Payne 2 episodes, 2017
Mike Schmidt Mike Schmidt ...  The Hitman 2 episodes, 2017
Bernie Seilhamer Bernie Seilhamer ...  Foreman Goodson 2 episodes, 2017
Kyle Seilhamer Kyle Seilhamer ...  Underling Pann 2 episodes, 2017
Timothy Walter Timothy Walter ...  Agent Tycol 2 episodes, 2017
Patrick Edward Wynne ...  Starbase Crewman 2 episodes, 2017


The Dirty Dozen goes interstellar in this exciting new ongoing Sci Fi series about a group of rogues, rebels, and outcasts who try to stop forces threatening the Confederation from outside, and within.

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After CBS and Paramount Pictures sued the producers of the "Star Trek" fan film Prelude to Axanar (2014) for copyright infringement, the overt "Star Trek" references were removed from the series before it entered production. Many of the character names were changed. For instance, Admiral Pavel Chekov became the Admiral (though his first name is still Pavel), Tuvok became Kovok, Jadzia Dax became Jada, Chakotay became Cordero, Nog became Fnaxnor and Molly O'Brien became Ensign O'Riley. Similarly, the Federation became the Confederation. However, at one point, the Admiral refers to Jacob as "Mr. Sisko," suggesting that he is still intended to be Jake Sisko. See more »


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Renegades + The Requiem
31 August 2020 | by XweAponXSee all my reviews

Renegades was/is an excellent Star Trek Fan Funded story directed by Tim Russ and produced by Sky Conway, but with a new reimagined Trekverse, new uniform designs, ship designs, and many characters from various Trek- mostly original series, Deep Space 9, and Voyager.

As a standalone Star Trek film, the first "episode" was an excellent film, quality-wise much better than "Of Gods and Men" which Tim Russ had made a couple of years earlier.

It is about an hour and a half of an interesting Trek, Pavel Chekov as head of Starfleet Security needs to try to get into the dripping red meat of a certain problem, but he cannot trust his own department, so he employs a group of renegades, led by the daughter of KHAN, yes, that KHAN. Or, granddaughter, it doesn't really say where she came from, OR how she could be as young as she is 150 years after Khan turned into the core of the Genesis planet.

Maybe her story was planned to be told in a future episode. But shortly after this was made, CBS sued just about everybody who was making fan productions and nobody was allowed to use references to Star Trek. Also, CB has put forth a stupid rule that no fan production could be longer than 15 minutes or so. But this first pre-lawsuit entry included Dr. Lewis Zimmerman, Tuvok, Chekov, Admiral Paris, and Icheb, all played by the actors that played the parts. I thoroughly enjoyed the first entry, although it was a lot darker than any Trek I had seen, it was done rather well.

After the CBS lawsuit, the second entry, "the Requiem", is not only 30 minutes shorter, but it was cut into two different 25 minute parts, part one and part two. Neither of which could, until recently, be watched at the same time.

Fortunately I was able to obtain both parts which I immediately loaded into my video editing program and Cut out the credits from part one and I joined them both together. So for the first time I was able to watch it as a coherent story, as one episode, for my personal enjoyment. And as I didn't expect it to be as good as the first story with all of the new meddling by CBS, it was still good, although not as good as when they could reference Star Trek characters and stories.

There are even more Star Trek characters in the Requiem, but unfortunately their names all had to be changed, even their alien races had to be changed. But the second entry includes Jadzia Dax freshly cloned and back to life, NOG, Jake Sisko, Tuvok, Chekov, Uhura, Chakotay, Icheb, along with Gary Graham's shape changing "Ragnar". An alien girl which was originally Andorian lost her antenna, and all Vulcans had an ear-ectomy and became either humans or other races.

"The names were changed to protect the copywrong".

As a story it was adequate, but I didn't feel like the special effects or the production value was as good as the first entry.

But I still love these fan funded Star Trek shows, and Tim Russ is a very good director. Sometimes they don't get enough money to do the production as well as they could.

People who have no experience writing stories or directing television shows have come into this IMDb entry with their size 12 Doc Martin spaceboots to stomp all over it, and I just say they can go to blazes.

If you don't like it? Go write your own Star Trek show and find some money to fund it, and then find people who can act in it and directors who can direct it and special effects houses who will cheaply make you starships and other special effects.

Then we can go into your IMDb feature pages and downvote them all to Oblivion.

People who have no inkling of the difficulties in creating, writing, directing and producing Filmed or Taped media should become aware of said difficulties before commenting on not just fan film productions, but any film or television show. Because "it's sucks" just doesn't cut it.

Because I do understand those difficulties and I don't hand out 10 star reviews to every fan production, however Tim Russ and Sky Conway have done the best they could with this show. I wish it could be told as a Star Trek show without the need for them to change the nature of the characters. But even with that massive change in the second episode, they still kept the spirit of the story that was being told intact despite being forced to remove every reference to Star Trek.

I have been waiting for this review to appear but I wanted to make these changes and resubmit before that happened.

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31 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA


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$350,000 (estimated)
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