It's an astonishing milestone. One which we feel is a cause for celebration. There are now 800 Star Trek episodes! No, wait, let's say that again: there are now more than 800 Star Trek episodes. That doesn't mean you have to start with The Original Series and watch everything up to the 21st Century in order to understand Star Trek Discovery. So what does it mean? As … [Read more...] about There are now more than 800 Star Trek episodes!
Fans of Jean-Luc Picard, played by Patrick Stewart since Star Trek: The Next Generation, will be sad to hear that Picard will likely end after Season 3. Though not confirmed by Paramount yet, the news that Picard will conclude with its third season was hinted at by Stewart and executive producer, Akiva Goldsman, in late January 2022. Things might change and a fourth season … [Read more...] about Is Star Trek: Picard ending?
Klingons! Vulcans! Romulans! Tribbles…? There are a lot of notable alien races in Star Trek, their iconic statuses ensured by their engaging storylines, extensively plotted and documented cultures, and longevity, spanning numerous iterations of the sci-fi show. But while some of these are scary, others lovable, and some still very quotable, surely one of the most unusual, … [Read more...] about What are Tribbles in Star Trek?
The future is looking bright for Star Trek fans, as a raft of recommissions (including Strange New Worlds) have just been announced. This means we'll get to enjoy more seasons of favourites like Star Trek: Discovery and Picard, as well as shows we've not even seen yet like Strange New Worlds. Here's what you need to know about the recent announcements… Star Trek: … [Read more...] about Have Star Trek: Discovery, Strange New Worlds, and more been renewed?
One of the first things you need to know about Star Trek terminology is that there are a lot of acronyms. A lot. And they're not all simple. Doctor Who is easy: "TARDIS" stands for "Time And Relative Dimension In Space." No, Star Trek has complex engineering and story-specific abbreviations like "M/ARA", which means "Matter/ Antimatter Reaction Assembly." It can all be a … [Read more...] about Star Trek terminology: A beginner’s guide to acronyms