Star Trek: Enterprise finale needed Captain Archer’s speech to the Federation

The series finale of Star Trek: Enterprise focused a lot on Captain Archer’s speech. In “These are the Voyages,” the final episode of Star Trek: Enterprise, one which we mostly try not to think about, Captain Archer (Scott Bakula) is getting ready to deliver a speech about the birth of the Federation. Of course, all of this is happening in the holodeck as Commander Will Riker and Counselor Deanna Troi watch because the action has supposedly already taken place. But the speech is an important part of history, but not important enough, apparently, since we don’t get to hear it.
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Interview: ‘Prodigy’ Cast On Learning Lessons From Star Trek… And Hologram Janeway

At New York Comic Con, TrekMovie participated in a series of group interviews with members of the cast and crew of Star Trek: Prodigy. In addition to speaking to Kate Mulgrew and the executive producers, we also spoke to voice actors Brett Gray (Dal), Ella Purnell (Gwyn), and Rylee Alazraqui (Rok-Tahk). They told us and a handful of other outlets about their views on Star Trek and offered some insights into their characters through their relationships with Hologram Janeway.
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Review: ‘Star Trek Coda: Ashes Of Tomorrow’ Connects With Adventure In The Middle Of Finale Trilogy

Star Trek Coda is a three-novel epic conclusion to the Trek-lit timeline of books that picked up the Starfleet story after 2002’s Star Trek: Nemesis and has developed it in depth for the past 19 years. With new 24th-century canon being created by Star Trek: Picard and other new Paramount+ Trek series, the Trek-lit series is being retired with an epic three-part finale: Coda. With an emphasis on Deep Space Nine characters, James Swallow’s Ashes of Tomorrow picks up after last month’s Moments Asunder by Dayton Ward (see TrekMovie review), with David Mack finishing things off next month with Oblivion’s Gate.
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Star Trek: Prodigy producers wanted Kate Mulgrew from the start

Star Trek: Prodigy premieres on October 28 on Paramount+. Star Trek: Prodigy is set to premiere next week on Paramount+. A computer-animated series about a group of alien teens that find a derelict starship, Prodigy will revolve around the untrained crew learning how to control the ship, traverse the galaxy, and search for adventures. On board to help the new crew learn about the ship, the Federation, and what it means to be a member of Starfleet is Captain Kathryn Janeway, portrayed by Kate Mulgrew, who spent seven seasons as the captain aboard Voyager on Star Trek: Voyager.

Interview: ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Producers Talk Legacy Characters, Canon, And Not Dumbing Down Trek

In addition to speaking to Kate Mulgrew, TrekMovie also participated in an NYCC group interview with Star Trek: Prodigy executive producers/co-creators Kevin and Dan Hageman and executive producer/director Ben Hibon. The producers talked to us and a handful of other outlets about how the animated show isn’t just for kids, how it fits in with other Trek, and even about the likelihood that we’ll see some legacy characters on the show.

See Mirror Picard Go On The Attack In Preview Of ‘Star Trek: The Mirror War’ #1

After wrapping up Kirk’s five-year mission, IDW now jumps forward to the 24th century and a different universe with Star Trek: The Mirror War. The new comics mini-series brings back writers Scott and David Tipton to pick up after their previous mini-series of the Star Trek: The Next Generation Mirror Universe. For this new 8-issue series, they invite readers “to witness what the galaxy could be like at the mercy of a Captain Picard whose greatness is measured in cunning and cruelty.” Joining them on this journey into the Terran Empire are cover artist J.K. Woodward and artist Gavin Smith.

New Kids’ Star Trek Show — Now With More ‘Seinfeld’

There is no such thing as too much Star Trek. With Star Trek: Prodigy – a new series aimed at bringing the youngest kids into the universe – nearing its premiere date, details are trickling out about what to expect. Most recently, the voice actors joining the franchise and plotline of the show have been released. And it sounds on-brand, but with more Seinfeld. Let us explain.

Star Trek: Picard's Isa Briones on the mental health emphasis of season 2

OCTOBER 10, 2021 - At the end of season one of Star Trek: Picard, Jean-Luc Picard tells Soji Asha, “You have endured so much and traveled so far to find your way home. And now you leave it all behind.” But she says that she is just more cut out for the wandering. Isa Briones has hopes for Soji, which she talked about in a recent interview.

Watch ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 4 NYCC Trailer

Today at the New York Comic Con Star Trek: Discovery panel, Paramount+ revealed the full trailer for season four. The new trailer was introduced by Sonequa Martin-Green (now Captain Michael Burnham) during the NYCC panel at the Javits Center in New York City. (Trailer also available for international viewers on Instagram and

Star Trek: Picard Star Reveals Season 2’s Major Themes

With over four months to go before Paramount+ subscribers can once again see Patrick Stewart reprise one of his signature roles in the second season of Star Trek: Picard, we’re starting to learn more about the series’ sophomore entry. In particular, thanks to an interview this week with Isa Briones, we’re getting a clearer idea of what to expect from the upcoming season thematically.

Interview: Isa Briones On Soji’s Evolution In ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Season 2

The second season of Star Trek: Picard finished production early last month, right before the big Star Trek Day event. In addition to speaking to executive producer and season 2 co-showrunner Akiva Goldsman at the event, TrekMovie also had an exclusive chat with star Isa Briones, who gave us an update on the season and what’s next for Soji Asha.

A Kes and Neelix breakup scene was filmed on Star Trek: Voyager

The relationship between the Talaxian, Neelix, and his Ocampa girlfriend, Kes, was never a popular one on Star Trek: Voyager. He was older than she was, and their romance didn’t come across as realistic to some. In Ocampan age, Kes was only two years old so she still had a lot of learning to do. Eventually, their relationship fizzled out, and viewers weren’t shown what had happened between the two of them.

GIVEAWAY: Win One Of Three Star Trek Wines Prizes!

Wines That Rock, makers of officially licensed Star Trek Wines, has teamed up with TrekMovie to give away a Chateau Picard wine crate, Kanar bottle, Federation wine label medallion, and a $300 Star Trek Wines gift card! What we love most about these wines is that the unique bottles and the wine inside them were designed by Trekkies, for Trekkies. Premium Star Trek-themed wines that make you feel like a Captain (or Gul, or what have you)? Sign us up! The company has recently released two new Star trek wines to their lineup, which you can read about below.

Interview: Wilson Cruz, Blu del Barrio, And Ian Alexander Talk Family Life On ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 4

On Star Trek Day in September, Star Trek: Discovery was represented by the “found family” of Wilson Cruz (Dr. Culber), Blu del Barrio (Adira), and Ian Alexander (Gray). They were there to announce the season four premiere date of November 18th, and TrekMovie had a brief exclusive chat with the trio on the red carpet before their panel.

Set Images From ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Season 3 Hint At A New Ship And More

Earlier this month, production on the second season of Star Trek: Picard wrapped up, and executive producer Akiva Goldsman told TrekMovie that production on season three began the next day. Goldsman also told us that the Q storyline will wrap up with season two, and season three will bring something new.

Interview: Anson Mount On How Every ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ Episode Is Its Own Story

The first season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds wrapped up production two months ago. Although Captain Pike (Anson Mount), Number One (Rebecca Romijn), and Spock (Ethan Peck) all appeared in the second season of Star Trek: Discovery, this show set onboard Pike’s Enterprise promises to be more akin to the original Star Trek, as we discussed in our exclusive Star Trek Day interview with executive producer Akiva Goldsman. At the same event, TrekMovie also had a chance to talk with series star Anson Mount about the look, style, structure, and production of the show.

Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Set Photos Tease New Ship And More

We’re getting some insights on the direction of Star Trek: Picard season three thanks to some behind-the-scenes photos from some of its crew, including a hint that the show may make the jump from its main ship being an independent freighter to a bona fide late 24th-century Starfleet vessel. According...