Racists and Sexists Hate On Star Trek Discovery‘s Diversity Even Though It’s Still Unbalanced in Their Favor
It's not even that serious, you guys.
It always makes me laugh whenever the very people who complain that "liberals are too sensitive," or that we're seeing injustices where they don't exist are the first people to pitch a fit at the slightest hint that maybe white, straight, male, cis, able-bodied, straight-sized people aren't the only people in the world. It doesn't surprise me, but it does always make me laugh. After all, people often project their own behavior on others, amirite?Read More
We. Are. So. Here. For. This. Star. Trek. Discovery. Trailer. Let’s Talk About All the Cool New Stuff!
Yesterday was a big day for Trek fans. Not only did we get a first image from the production, but at the CBS Upfront presentation, the network championed their upcoming offering, Star Trek: Discovery, with some pretty big reveals—not the least of which is the first trailer after the jump!Read More
While the road to Star Trek: Discovery has been tumultuous to say the least, we're still excited for many reasons. First, because we're Trekkies, and any new Trek is reason for celebration, but also because this particular installment puts not only women, but women of color front and center. I mean, just look at that majesty above. This is the first official image the production has released, the first impression the show wants to make, and it is beautiful.Read More
If you're a fan of both Star Trek and The Walking Dead, it's likely that, up until now, you've been wondering how they'd handle Sonequa Martin-Green's character on one to make way for the other. Now that this question has been answered with relation to The Walking Dead, the name and rank of her character on Star Trek: Discovery has been revealed.Read More
In Perfect Casting news, it was announced today that Rainn Wilson, whom you may best know as Dwight Schrute from the long-running comedy The Office, has been cast to play the popular Star Trek scoundrel, Harry Mudd. Can his women be far behind? (And will that episode ever be redeemed?)Read More
It all started with an errant tweet. Jason Isaacs tweeted some important Star Trek: Discovery news that he probably shouldn't have.Read More
An extra from the Star Trek: Discovery set in Toronto posted a photo captioned, "Hanging out with my new Klingon Crew today." Is this what the Klingons in the series will look like?Read More
These puppy stickers bear an uncanny resemblance to the heroes of Overwatch, don't they? They're a fan-made creation by Lily Nishita.Read More
And it's harking back to its roots.
We may not have a premiere date in sight, but production for Star Trek: Discovery has already begun and a new teasers is offering up our first behind-the-scenes glimpse.Read More
Star Trek: Discovery, the upcoming CBS TV show starring Sonequa Martin-Green of The Walking Dead, was on track to premiere in May of this year. Unfortunately, though, that premiere date has just gotten pushed back... indefinitely. Or, at least, there's no new announced premiere date on the horizon.Read More
To boldly go.
We finally have a lead actor for the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery TV series, and she's everything we could've hoped for. Welcome The Walking Dead's Sonequa Martin-Green as your next lead Star Trek actor!Read More
Bryan Fuller Clarifies His “Bittersweet” Departure From Star Trek: Discovery and His Current Focus on American Gods
In a disappointing piece of news about Star Trek: Discovery, former showrunner Bryan Fuller has officially clarified his lack of involvement with the ongoing production.Read More
Star Trek: Discovery Adds Anthony Rapp and Doug Jones, Thus Supporting the Theory That It Will Be Great
Despite a few setbacks, Star Trek: Discovery is shaping up to be something great.Read More
Things We Saw Today: The Rock and Lin-Manuel Miranda Take Us Behind the Scenes of Millennials: The Musical
Millennials: The Musical comes out on Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's Youtube channel 11/29, but here's a look behind the scenes.Read More
Bryan Fuller Steps Down As Showrunner For Star Trek: Discovery, But Don’t Worry — He’s Still Involved
We've been really excited for the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery, the first Star Trek series to come to television (well, to CBS All Access, anyway) in over a decade in large part because of the involvement of Hannibal's Bryan Fuller. However, it seems as if Fuller doesn't have the time to devote to the day-to-day running of the show, and it was announced yesterday that he will be stepping down from the showrunner role.Read More
Can a show about exploring strange new worlds help save life on our own?
Star Trek is at its best when it focuses on important real-world problems through the lens of science fiction. But in hundreds of hours of airtime, it has barely covered topics related to environmental conservation at all.Read More
It was already a long wait for Star Trek fans when it was announced that Star Trek: Discovery would be premiering in January 2017 on CBS Access. Well, it looks like we'll have to wait a little bit longer.Read More
Effectively raising our excitement levels to warp five.
Ever since Star Trek: Discovery co-creator Bryan Fuller promised to "spoiler it up" in the months leading up to the series' January 2017 premiere, he's certainly delivered on that front so far.Read More
Star Trek: Discovery Writers Discuss the Title, the Timeline, and the Launch of Accompanying Books & Comics
At the Mission New York Star Trek Convention this afternoon, Kirsten Beyer and Nicholas Meyer, who are two of Star Trek: Discovery’s writers, appeared on a panel to describe a few more upcoming details about the show.Read More
More to beam up.
Star Trek fans have been eagerly awaiting the new Star Trek: Discovery series due out next year. Recently Bryan Fuller, co-creator and executive producer of the new series, announced that the lead character will be played by a woman, and many news outlets are indicating the actress will likely be a person of color. If true, this revelation would be the first of its kind for a major science fiction series or film.Read More