Category Archives: Star Trek

News about Star Trek and any of it’s many spin-offs, movies, books, and more.

Next Gen on TNN

Today begins the 5-day marathon of Next Generation shows on TNN (yes, TNN). Among the myriad of episodes to be aired, a Trek special titled “America loves…Star Trek” will be on at 7pm tonight.

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Enterprise: The Timeline has posted this timeline of “historical” events leading up to the launch of the very very first “Enterprise” (whose series launches this Wednesday). They seem to be rewriting chunks of their own history – no mention of the Eugenics Wars that supposedly took place in the 1990s, no sleeper ship with Khan Noonian Singh aboard, and they’ve moved the third World War around a bit. Though this should make for a better, more plausible series today, should they be rewriting the “history” of a thirty-five-year-old franchise this way? Your thoughts go below…

Yet Another Trek Fanfic Series

Seems more and more people are sick of how Paramount’s handling the Star Trek franchise… We’ve mentioned Voyager Virtual Season Eight here before, and now another group of people are putting together Star Trek: Renaissance. They say they’re striving for scripts of higher quality than Paramount’s; the press kit (available now in our downloads section) looks promising, as does the first script.
Hey, at least it’s not this stunning concept

Trek Ten Troubles?

AICN has always been a bit too cartoonish and too rumor-filled for my taste, but occasionally they do point out something that almost makes sense.

Though I doubt there’s quite as much urgency in the casting schedule as this article implies, the truth is that Patrick Stewart will be tied up for a while with “X-Men 2,” making it difficult to get him for “Star Trek Ten,” by whatever name they call it.

Trek Ten Tidbits

Man, it’s been a slow news week… No, we haven’t died, we’re just taking a nap.

Now on to the news: Stuart Baird, director of such not-quite-notables as “U.S. Marshals” and “Executive Decision,” has been named as the director of the tenth Star Trek film.

And everyone’s favorite source of infinite rumor, Trek Today, posted some alleged spoilers for the plot of Trek X. Here, have some salt with that.

Trek Week On TNN

TNN (no, it’s not called The Nashville Network
anymore) will be airing a whole week of Star Trek programming
starting Monday, October 1. 77 episodes of TNG and three of the movies
(2, 3, and 5). The only non-Trek programming to be
aired that week is — wait for it — WWF Raw Is War.
(And they say it’ll have “Trek bits” in it as well.
What are they gonna do, get Jeri Ryan and The Rock
to re-enact their scenes from “Tsunkatse?”)