Tuesday, May 21

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Denise Crosby Returns As Captain Sela From Another Universe For ‘Star Trek Online: Unparalleled’ – TrekMovie.com
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Denise Crosby Returns As Captain Sela From Another Universe For ‘Star Trek Online: Unparalleled’ – TrekMovie.com

Star Trek Online is getting ready to launch a brand new season which will see the return of one of the stars of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Unparalleled arrives in 2 weeks Today Arc Games and Cryptic Studios announced Trek Online: Unparalleled, the 32nd season of their long-running free-to-play Star Trek MMORPG. This new adventure features Star Trek: The Next Generation star Denise Crosby, playing Captain Sela, Captain of the Enterprise from a parallel universe. This is a return to Star Trek: Online for Crosby who voiced her TNG characters Tasha Yar and Sela for the game back in 2013. Star Trek Online: Unparalleled also includes a new event, a gender/race change feature, along with updates to the Infinity Lockbox. Unparalleled will launch on May 28, 2024 for PC and will launch on Pl...
William Shatner Calls Return To Star Trek “Intriguing Idea,” Suggests Digital De-Aging To Play Kirk Again – TrekMovie.com
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William Shatner Calls Return To Star Trek “Intriguing Idea,” Suggests Digital De-Aging To Play Kirk Again – TrekMovie.com

The star of the original Star Trek series (and several Star Trek movies) turned 93 in March, and William Shatner still sees the possibility of returning to the role of James T. Kirk. Kirk still intrigues Shatner William Shatner is promoting his new documentary You Can Call Me Bill, which has recently been released on Video on Demand. While out promoting, of course he’s been asked questions about Trek, including one he has been getting for decades: Would you play Kirk again? In a new interview with Canadian Press, Shatner said: “It’s an intriguing idea… It’s almost impossible but it was a great role and so well-written and if there were a reason to be there not just to make a cameo appearance, but if there were a genuine reason for the character appearing, I might consider it.” William S...
Lost Original USS Enterprise Model From ‘Star Trek’ Returned To Gene Roddenberry’s Son – TrekMovie.com
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Lost Original USS Enterprise Model From ‘Star Trek’ Returned To Gene Roddenberry’s Son – TrekMovie.com

We have a nice update on a story from late last year about what appeared to be the original model for the USS Enterprise showing up in an online auction after being lost for decades. That model has now been authenticated and returned to the Roddenberry family. Star Trek mystery solved In 1977, the first shooting model of the U.S.S. Enterprise from Star Trek: The Original Series went missing. The 3-foot model used for the first Star Trek pilot (and for the credits used for the entire series) had been given to Roddenberry after it was replaced by an 11-foot model. That larger model is in the Smithsonian, but the 3-foot model sat on Roddenberry’s desk until it went missing after being loaned to an effects house during the making of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. The model appeared to have ...
Strange New Worlds’ Renewed For Season 4; ‘Lower Decks’ To End With Season 5 – TrekMovie.com
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Strange New Worlds’ Renewed For Season 4; ‘Lower Decks’ To End With Season 5 – TrekMovie.com

Just a day after official news about Star Trek on the big screen comes official news about the future of Trek on television. One show is getting another season while another is coming to an end. The Enterprise lives on but the Cerritos is returning to dock Paramount+ has officially announced the live-action series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds has been renewed for a fourth season. The series set on board the USS Enterprise under the command of Captain Christopher Pike (Anson Mount) is currently in production on its third season, which is set to debut in 2025. This move is not a surprise as the series has been a hit for the streaming service and a critical success. L-R Ethan Peck as Spock and Anson Mount as Capt. Pike in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Photo Credit: Michael Gibson/Paramoun...
Alex Kurtzman Teases Star Trek “Surprises” Coming Up, But Greenlighting ‘Legacy’ Is Out Of His Hands – TrekMovie.com
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Alex Kurtzman Teases Star Trek “Surprises” Coming Up, But Greenlighting ‘Legacy’ Is Out Of His Hands – TrekMovie.com

There are a lot of questions about the future of the Star Trek television franchise, with shows ending and the future of Paramount+ itself in flux. We got some clarity last week with the big Variety cover story. Now there is a bit more coming from Alex Kurtzman, who oversees Star Trek TV for Paramount, as well as more comments from Paramount execs about Trek and the future of Paramount+. Kurtzman talks Trek’s future and why Legacy hasn’t been greenlit (yet) During the Discovery season 5 publicity tour executive producer Alex Kurtzman talked to Cinemablend about the series ending pointing out how five seasons is “a really good run” for a modern TV show, especially due to how “streaming cycles work.” He also offered this optimistic view of the future of the Trek TV: “The good news is that...