Star Trek is a science fiction television series documenting the adventures of the Starship Enterprise.
Trek's Hottest: Crusher Vs. Troi
Hi, and welcome back to The Great Debates where I settle pop culture's biggest scores. Guys, ready the wolf whistles! Even though Deep Space Nine will always be my favorite show in the Star Trek franchise, The Next Generation still holds a lot of appeal. Picard (Patrick Stewart) became a legendary Captain to match Kirk (William Shatner); Data (Brent Spiner) and Geordi (LeVar Burton) still are two of TV's most lovable geeks; and the Borg are still one of the most frightening and popular alien races in sci-fi history. However, as I was in adolescence during the show's original run, naturally my attention turned to ladies, and The Next Generation had two of the most appealing women in the whole franchise. Those were the ship's doctor Beverly Crusher, played by the amazing (and amazingly talented) Gates McFadden, and the ship's counselor Deanna Troi, played by the scintillating and fiery Marina Sirtis. While the rest of the franchise had no shortage of appealing ladies [in fact, my personal favorite is Kira Nerys (Nana Visitor) from DS9], Beverly and Deanna stick out in a lot of young minds from the time to the point that they get debated almost as much as Kirk and Picard.
Star Trek Voyager: Seven's Reckoning #1
Star Trek Voyager: Seven’s Reckoning #1 IDW Publishing 2020 Written by Dave Baker Illustrated by Angel Hernandez Coloured by Ronda Pattison
Best Second Tier 'Star Trek' Episodes from The Original Series
Photo by Luis Daniel Carbia Cabeza Yeah, we know. "Space Seed", "City on the Edge of Forever" and "The Trouble" are among the classic Star Trek episodes that get all the accolades. And well they should, but how about a look at some of the greatest episodes on the next tier down? You won’t be disappointed, and maybe there’s a little new insight that you might have missed.
EXCLUSIVE: Chad Rubel Reveals How Star Trek: Discovery’s Editing Team Made Working from Home Look Easy
A couple-three things. First,I have to start off with a tremendous thank you to Chad Rubel and CBS for authorising this interview. Second, there’s an adorable little anecdote no one asked for that I’m gonna add in here just so that I never forget it.
Marla McGivers Missions
Historians log, first entry, Halloween 2020. I have shed my diurnal dramatis persona for that of Lieutenant Marla McGivers, a fictional character from the man made Star Trek Universe, someone once described as "a superior woman". Like McGivers, I am of the opinion that modern men do not live up to the heroes of the past, so I pluck her from her natural timeline, and resuscitate her 300 years in the past... 1967 to be exact.
On September 8th, 1966, Star Trek premiered originally produced from September 1966 to December 1967 by a company called Norway Productions and Desilu Productions. Then Paramount took over from January 1968 to June 1969, airing on NBC. Star Trek became a franchise, made up of 8 series', 13 feature films, also spawning games, books and toys. Star Trek was controversial when it premiered back then because of the diversity of the crew. Star Trek's number one strength is featuring all the diversity they have on the show, since it is about people who are different from each other working towards a common goal, that of exploring space, while keeping each other safe and taking care of each other.
My Review of "Star Trek: Lower Decks: Season One"
Star Trek: Lower Decks: Season One is a Star Trek series that you wouldn't expect to be a Star Trek series. First off it doesn't even look anything like what you would expect a Star Trek series to look like. It's completely animated and it's animated as a comedy animation. There's not a lot of episodes and each episode is only half an hour long. I don't know how they packed so much into these episodes while keeping them entertaining.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture Searches for the Original Series and Finds It
I was so into Star Trek as a kid – and the tragedy of lasting only 79 episodes – that I used to dream my own original episodes in REM sleep. Always awakened to the disappointment that the nocturnal adventure didn't really exist, it’s still unfathomable to me that when Star Trek : The Motion Picture came out, I didn’t go see it the first Star Trek Movie
J.J. Abrams Haters of Star Trek Show Their Youthful Inexperience
Photo by Gage Skidmore Donald Trump, the NRA and Two Broke Girls – a lot of the things make me angry. But mention the hate some Trekkies have for the J.J. Abrams reboot of Star Trek, and my genesis wave cascades in fury. But I think I’ve found a reason on some counts for their lapse in logic.
JJ Abrams' Star Trek Movies are Being Held to a Higher Science Fiction Standard
Paramount Studios, Poster A lot of Trekkies don’t like JJ Abrams and his rendition of Star Trek. But I hope to show that detractors don’t hold the previous films to the same standard, and I’m going to favorably compare The Wrath of Khan and Star Trek Into Darkness to do it.
Star Trek Day's 'Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' Panel Promises A More Episodic Approach
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is something that a lot of fans are very much looking forward to seeing. When Star Trek: Discovery brought the franchise back to television after a 12-year absence from the small screen, some of the reception was mixed. For some, it was a breath of fresh air and innovative storytelling for the franchise. However, there were some who did not like that the show felt darker at certain points. There were fans who longed for something brighter and more hopeful.
Star Trek Day's 'Star Trek: Discovery' Panel Provides Glimpse Of What's To Come In Season 3
For Star Trek Day (September 8 since that is the date that the first released episode “The Man Trap” aired in 1966), fans were treated to an all-day marathon as well as a few virtual panels. One of these panels was focused on Star Trek: Discovery, which ushered in a new Star Trek renaissance after 12 years of the franchise being off of the small screen (though there were three films, in the meantime). Seasons 1 and 2 took place prior to The Original Series, but at the end of season 2, the Discovery crew was thrust to the future. The panel touched upon this time period, even releasing the trailer below: