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We’re getting close to the end of the TV season, which means the networks are finally cementing their plans for the 2016-2017 season. Among those plans is a new Star Trek TV series.
Star Trek fans have plenty to be happy about nowadays with a new TV show in the works. There haven't been too many details yet released, but now we know when and where filming will take place.
With so many reasons to be excited about CBS All Access’ upcoming trip to the Star Trek universe, it’s hard to believe that there can possibly be new announcements that amp up our interest even higher. And yet now it’s happening.
CBS announced that a new Stark Trek TV series is on its way back in November of 2015. Sure, that was only a few months ago, but at the time of the announcement the network also revealed the episodes would not be coming until sometime in 2017.
CBS All Access may not be totally the same in the coming months. In fact, a big change may be coming. Here’s what CBS CEO Les Moonves had to say about the change the company would like to bring to CBS All Access moving forward.
Star Trek fanatics the world over are no doubt looking forward to Star Trek Beyond, but I’m not alone in thinking that CBS’ Trek series could be as exciting as anything the franchise has ever delivered. Especially now.
Not much is yet known about the long-rumored and now officially upcoming new Star Trek series, but casting talks are evidently underway. According to one actor is already a familiar face to the franchise, he’s already on the short casting list.
In an exciting development, CBS has announced the official showrunner for the next Star Trek series, and it sounds like a real home run of a choice. It won’t be Kirk or Picard or Janeway, but it will be somebody with an extensive knowledge of all things Trek.
This year should be a big one for Star Trek fans everywhere. Unfortunately, while there is plenty of good Star Trek news left and right, it looks as if there is some bad news on the horizon.
Fans of Star Trek: The Original Series have a reason to cheer, as a virtual smorgas-Borg of creator Gene Roddenberry’s original Star Trek documents have been recovered from around 200 floppy disks that haven’t been accessed in around 30 years.
Despite the recent resurgence in the popularity of Star Wars, let us never forget the other seminal sci-fi franchise: Star Trek. The Star Trek family has lost a writer who proved vital to the early years of the landmark 1966 Gene Roddenberry series.
One of the biggest franchises to be getting a reboot will be none other than Star Trek. Against all odds, the little 60s sci fi series has indeed lived long and prospered. Original series actor George Takei has some interesting throughts about what the new show means for the franchise.
Earlier this year, when Star Trek vet Leonard Nimoy died, The Big Bang Theory aired a lovely post-episode tribute to Nimoy. But now that we’re in Season 9, the creative team got the time to honor the actor in a great way.
It’s no deep space-sized surprise that CBS’ recent announcement that it’s bringing a new Star Trek series to audiences is paired with Star Trek: Renegades trying to bring more episodes to audiences.
Even if TV wasn’t in the middle of a “let’s remake the shit out of everything” boom, the concept of a new Star Trek TV show would still get a lot of attention. But is CBS getting the right kind of attention for it going straight to streaming?