Star Trek has a long history of anticipating future developments, this week we take a look at which future predictions have come true and which ones missed the mark. We also touch on the latest Star Trek news and revisit some Trek history before crossing “Rubicon” with Star Trek: Discovery!
Join us as we dive into the exiting news and announcements that were revealed during the Television Critics Association press tour before returning to “A Moral Star” with the crew of Star Trek: Prodigy! SPOILER ALERT! PROD 1×10 40:14-66:47 Earth Station Trek is a part of the ESO Podcast Network, Executive
Do you have what it takes to face the Earth Station Trek Trivia Challenge? Join Veronica, Alan, Keith, and Charles as they try to stump one another with the most challenging trivia in the quadrant! We’ll also look forward into the latest Star Trek release schedule and back into Trek
Join your hosts Charles Kelso, Keith Johnson, Alan Siler, and Veronica Dashiell as that discuss the huge amount of news that dropped on First Contact Day 2021. Two Trek cartoons and two live action, four different Trek shows in one year. Could life get better? Find more Earth Station Trek
Join your intrepid hosts Charles Kelso, Alan Siler, Keith Johnson, and Veronica Dashiell as they react to news from the four quadrants of the Star Trek Universe – including the return of the outrageous Okona and the potential for Kalinda Vazquez to become Star Trek’s first female film screenwriter –
By Nathalie Caron, Source: Blastr.com After months of endless speculation, we finally know which super baddie British actor Benedict Cumberbatch is playing in J.J. Abrams’ upcoming Star Trek sequel. Are you guys ready for some major squeeing (or some cursing)? Just to make sure: SPOILERS ahead! Last chance to turn
by Brendon Connelly, Source: Bleeding Cool.com Though it will be eventually post-converted and released in 3D, JJ Abrams has decided to shoot his Star Trek sequel on film and in 2D. And while it still sounds to be up in the air, he also says that there have been discussions