Category Archives: Star Trek Discovery

New series rumours. Pre TNG and Prime?

Rumours are floating around about the new #StarTrek series today. Pre-TNG and Prime universe perhaps? Well according to Birth.Movies.Death  who has 'heard rumours'! Now let's start by establishing, this is a rumour. There's no official word and we don't accept anything as truth until it's been been announced by StarTrek.com. But for fun, let's explore this one for a minute.
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  • Set between The Undiscovered Country and The Next Generation.
The events of The Undiscovered Country occurred in 2293 and The Enterprise D was commissioned in 2364. So that's 71 years they have to play with. What an amazing place to start! There's many loose ends here and room to explore. Let's start with Praxis. How did the empire sort that one out? It could tie in with Worf's origins on Khitomer and what happened to his Grandad who represented Kirk and McCoy? Tuvok would also be … Continue Reading ››

Trekkie Girls ep New Series, New Movie, New Convention news

The Trekkie Girls discuss Star Trek news from the week including Destinations Star Trek's announcement that Wil Wheaton will be attending their convention, the (now verified) fake Star Trek New Series poster and news that Star Trek Beyond had been reshooting scenes.

Poll – New Series Captain

Just for fun*, which of these actors would you like to see as Captain of the new series.  
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1735_4_screenshot *we said just for fun, we know there might not be a Captain 🙂

Trekkie Girls Ep – A Roddenberry at the Helm

The announcements regarding the New Star Trek Series are beginning to read like a Trekkies dream team from an internet forum. Next they'll be telling us they've signed up William Shatner and Patrick Stewart. They'll be no complaints here! We can't help but fan girl over the latest news that Eugene 'Rod' Roddenberry has been named Executive Producer. Check out our reaction here: The series now boasts five executive producers, in addition to Rod there's also Alex Kurtzman, Heather Kadin, Trevor Roth and Bryan Fuller. It's like they want us to like it! Then of course there's the news that Nicholas Meyer has joined the series on the writing staff. Known for directing (and co-writing, uncredited) Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, co-writing Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and co-writing and directing Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. So we have a good mixture of producers and writers that cover all aspects of the Star Trek Universe. From Meyer who worked … Continue Reading ››

Happy New Year and the big 5-0!

We wish you a Trektastic 2016 and what a year we have ahead of us. It's astonishing to think this TV and movie series has gripped our planets attention for half a century. It makes us feel so young! We were going to write up a review about 2015 but like our spandex loving crewmates, we can't help but look forward into the future. Instead, here is what we have planned and our looking forward to in 2016. 2016.jpg SF Ball. 5th - 7th February. Grand Harbour Hotel, SouthamptonScreen Shot 2016-01-01 at 18.56.55.png Trek guests include Jonathan Frakes, Vaughn Armstrong and  Casey 'For Cardassia' Biggs. If you haven't already it worked it out.... That means the Enterprise Blues Band will also be performing! (Wonder if Frakes can actually play the Trombone?) Star Trek Beyond - 22nd July Like we did before with Star Trek … Continue Reading ››

New Series Wishes

By Sam Heads up, this is literally all I'm going to talk about for the next 12 months. We did our live periscope last week to discuss our collective thoughts but after listening to The Ready Room podcast on Trek.fm with Christopher Jones and guest Larry Nemecek it has go me thinking about what I want to see. Btw, I rarely get a chance to listen to podcasts but I'm glad I took the time to listen to this one (scroll to bottom of this post to play). It provides logic behind the decision to stream and how the development of previous incarnations of Trek can provide insight into the development of this series. 3f448330857e4ca7ba40ab5465a3c2cb62cdb98c Decision to Stream I have no strong feelings about this. When streaming services first arrived, it seemed that they were regular TV's poor relation. Remember the campaign to get Enterprise on Netflix and how many … Continue Reading ››