‘Star Trek’ Auction Energizes Bidders

Christie’s boldly went Thursday where no auction house has gone before, kicking off a three-day sale of “Star Trek” memorabilia from the archives of CBS Paramount Television Studios. From costumes and props to blueprints and furniture, the auction featured more than 1,000 lots.

Collectors Update: Final Call

40 Years of Star Trek: The Collection happens this Thursday, Friday and Saturday (Oct. 5-7) at Christie’s in New York. With items spanning 40 years of shows and movies, this is the auction of the century for Star Trek fans and collectors.

Push For Season 5 of “Enterprise” Continues With Sci FI Channel

The folks over at Trek United have never given up on the idea of a season five for Star Trek: Enterprise and now that the show has been picked up for syndication on The SCI FI Channel, the organizers of the Save Enterprise campaign are focussing their attention there for a possible fifth season. In […]

TV Land Enters the Star Trek Universe

TV Land will begin airing episodes of the Original Star Trek with a marathon on Friday, November 17th at 8:00pm (ET/PT) – Sunday, November 19 at 5:30 AM. Following this, episodes will air daily at 6:00 AM and 11:00 PM. There will also be additional elements on the TV Land Website. TV Land is confident […]

Walter Koenig Talks About the Last 40 Years

It was exactly one year ago this month that one of STAR TREK’s legends, Walter Koenig (Chekov), was a guest on our 26th show for a live audio interview with Mike, Evo and Summer. Now, Tim Gaskill of “First Person” talks with Walter in a video interview at CBS Television City. Like many of his […]

Damon As Kirk? Matt Says……Huh?

According to IESB Matt Damon, the actor whose name has been the only serious contender for the part of a young James T. Kirk, and the one actor that has the support of the original Kirk, William Shatner, is in the dark about the possibility of him being the young Starfleet officer. We do know […]

William Shatner Has Released a Statement On the New Star Trek Movie

Bill has posted a short comment on the Star Trek movie on his website that we feel is important enough to send out an important notice today. “There are lots of underground rumblings about STAR TREK. Some of it is burbling, some of it is barely noticeable. I know nothing except that where’s there’s rumblings, […]

Brent Spiner Rules Out Participation in Star Trek XI

Source: comingsoon.net Submitted by: Kyle Nin Spiner announced last Friday as Star Trek celebrated it’s 40th anniversary, that he has ruled out a return as Data in J.J. Abrams’ upcoming Star Trek XI. “I don’t think I should play Data anymore. I think I’m too old to play him anymore to be honest,” he said. […]

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The Borg War

It is 17 years after the return home of USS Voyager. The Alpha quadrant has been preparing for the return of the Borg by investing massive R&D in offensive and defensive weaponry. The Federation/Klingon alliance has worn thin, with younger warriors seeking a return to the old glory days of the Empire and its battle-ways. […]

The “New” Trek: Burning Questions Answered!

Source: TV Guide To mark the 40th anniversary of Star Trek’s TV debut, John Nogawski, President of CBS Paramount Domestic Television, and visual-effects producers Dave Rossi and Michael Okuda held a Wednesday conference call with reporters. The hot topic, of course, was the digital remastering of, and CGI enhancements being made to, the original series. […]

Shatner, Nimoy and 40 years of ‘Star Trek’

Written by: Douglas Cannon Hyde for CNN Entertainment LOS ANGELES, California (CNN) — William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy first appeared as “Star Trek’s” Capt. James T. Kirk and his first officer, Mr. Spock, on September 8, 1966 — 40 years ago Friday. Nobody has let them forget it since. Indeed, Shatner and Nimoy seem downright, […]

Trek To The Troops 2nd Annual Meet ‘n’ Greet

Written by: Christopher Mulrooney (Trek To The Troops Founder/Manager) Last year Trek to the Troops and the Bob Hope Hollywood USO put together the First Star Trek Meet ~N~ Greet at their Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) USO center on December 13, 2005. We have been ask if we can arrange a similar event this […]

Star Trek’s a Thesis

Forging new frontiers in academic exploration: Dr Djoymi Baker with Star Trek fans (from left) Angelo Kene, Scott Liston and Ben Kimberley. Photo: John Donegan It’s the PhD thesis that boldly goes where no thesis has gone before. Djoymi Baker watched 700 episodes – 624 hours without ads – of Star Trek and its spin-offs, […]

STAR TREK 40th Anniversary Fan Tribute

I have viewed several tributes to the legendary series’ of Star Trek over the last year as the franchise prepares this month for its unprecendented 40th Anniversary. Some of those tributes have been done by professional studios, but most were created by fans. I have run across one such video tribute presentation made by a […]