Chase Masterson was Leeta on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine aired its final episode in June of 1999. Leeta (Chase Masterson) and her husband Rom (Max Grodénchik) headed off to Fereginar where Rom would become the Grand Nagus, a powerful position on the planet. Except for Star Trek-related conventions and the like, Masterson hasn’t returned to the franchise, and many fans didn’t think they’d ever see or hear from her or her counterpart, Leeta, again. But that has changed.
INTERVIEW: Learning About Cardassian Kanar Bottles and Blue Andorian Chardonnay With the STAR TREK WINES Team
For the past three years, the Star Trek Wines team has been scoring big points with Trek collectors and wine aficionados alike, as they’ve made real Jean-Luc Picard’s family cru Bordeaux, Klingon bloodwine, and more since their 2019 debut. This year, the company is venturing even further into the final...
Strange New Worlds’ more traditional story structure is going to appeal to both hardcore Star Trek veterans and new fans alike, says spinoff star Anson Mount. Mount, who is set to reprise his role as Captain Pike in the 2022 Paramount Plus series, clarified to SyFy that a recent tweet where he teased that "old school fans are going to VERY excited to see what we’re trying to pull off with this one," was only referring to a specific episode. The larger series will be far more inclusive to potential Trekkies-in-waiting.
We’ve heard a lot of political talk lately, from just about everyone. But, let’s face it, there’s been one topic that’s been completely left out of the public discourse. In all of the presidential debates last year, and in this year’s gubernatorial debates between Gov. Phil Murphy and former Assembly member Jack Ciattarelli, none of the panelists asked questions like these:
Star Trek: Prodigy‘s premise and audience focus meant it received a mixed reception when it was first announced. The CG-animated show is designed for younger viewers and follows a group of rebellious teenagers who steal a starship and head off to see the galaxy. But just because something is aimed at children that doesn’t mean it can’t be great TV – just look at the continued popularity of Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Carrie Fisher and William Shatner are both legends of space. The actors rose to prominence thanks to their participation in two of the most popular sci-fi franchises of all time, "Star Wars" and "Star Trek." Fisher played the role of Princess Leia in the galaxy far, far away, while Shatner starred as James Kirk, or Captain Kirk, in the "Star Trek" cinematic universe.
Before she was Red on "Orange Is the New Black," Kate Mulgrew was the unflappable Kathryn Janeway, the captain for an entire generation of viewers who grew up watching "Star Trek" in the 1990s. Janeway led a cast of wayward souls stranded some 75,000 light years from home, and she...
Never-Before-Seen Interviews With William Shatner & Leonard Nimoy Detail Wild Behind-The-Scenes Tales From 'Star Trek,' 'The Twilight Zone' & 'Lost In Space'
The fascinating backstories of our favorite sci-fi television shows and their stars take the spotlight in a tantalizing new documentary, and Radar has your exclusive sneak peek. Article continues below advertisement. William Shatner, who portrayed "Captain Kirk" in Star Trek, and Leonard Nimoy, who played "Mr. Spock" in successful series,...
After a first season that was horribly hit-and-miss, Lower Decks came back with a second season that fixed several of the first season’s problems, the primary one being that it mostly just sat back and allowed itself to be a Star Trek show, albeit one that was filled with humor and ridiculousness.
Star Trek serves as an important work of science fiction that models a universe that has made more progress than our own, yet still struggles with the some moral concepts that we've been dealing with for our entire existence. It is also a show where a man in a tight shirt once shot a lizard man with a bamboo cannon full of precious gems. Which is to say, it has range. Here's a fun tumblr thread about a human on a vulcan ship.
Mike McMahan, creator of "Star Trek: Lower Decks" has proven himself to be as big a Trekkie as anyone. Every episode of the hilarious show is littered with callbacks, references, and Easter eggs even the most devoted fans might struggle to recognize. Season 1 ushers viewers in with a wide variety of nods. Some are subtle, like when Ensign Mariner uses Captain Kirk's famous double-handed chop to take down an Andorian in "Envoys." Some are overt, like when immortal trickster Q challenges the bridge crew to a duel at the tail end of "Veritas." Every single one of them is delightful.
It’s just a week since the second season finale of Star Trek: Lower Decks was released for streaming on Paramount+, and it’s already feeling like we’re in the most unbearable break between seasons since Captain Picard had his name forcibly changed to Locutus of Borg. But there’s a light at the end of the wormhole, Lower Deckers: in a Tweet sent on Wednesday, October 20th, 2021, series creator Mike McMahan strongly hinted that Lower Decks books and comics were on the way!
Star Trek: The Next Generation star Brent Spiner will return in the second season of Star Trek: Picard, but not as the beloved and iconic android Data. Both Spiner and Jean-Luc Picard said goodbye to Data after Spiner played him one last time in Star Trek: Picard's first season finale. While Data is gone, Spiner is back in the upcoming season. Some thought he'd reprise the role of Altan Ingo Soong, the other character he's already played in Star Trek: Picard. It turns out he's playing someone new, though he will be keeping things in the Soong family, as is tradition.
Kate Mulgrew may be down for a live-action return to Star Trek. Kate Mulgrew is a well-known actress who has done more than her fair share of projects that caught people’s eye. Yet, what may be her biggest claim to fame for her career is arguably the time she spent on Star Trek: Voyager. She served as Captain Kathryn Janeway for seven seans on the series. It was a landmark show for the franchise, as she was not only the first female captain to get her own show but it was also the first show to air on broadcast television nationwide on one given night and time.