If the kids are quarantined at home also, purchases, rather than rentals, start to look better and better for the inevitable repeat viewings.
Real threats like the Borg still seem present, but the new animated series focuses on the mundane tasks.
CBS All Access has finally announced that it’s new animated Star Trek comedy series will premiere next month.
The more facepalm busts, the merrier. Make it an annual summer tradition
“There are a lot of recognizable characters in the galaxy at that point.”
“What the hell? I don’t want a bald, middle-aged Englishman,” he recalls Gene Roddenberry saying.
In a time that remains facepalm worthy, nobody facepalms like Patrick Stewart.
”That’s where it started, you know.”
According to Akiva Goldsman, Star Trek: Picard could have a multiple season run, but it all depends on what Patrick Stewart wants.
Captain Pike, Spock, and Number One’s early adventures on the Enterprise will be explored in the brand new series.
Geordi La Forge may revisit his former commanding officer in the next season of CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Picard.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, CBS All Access is giving non-subscribers more time to sample its original programming.
After the season finale of Star Trek: Picard, Brent Spiner is ready to leave Data behind once and for all.
Michael Chabon and Akiva Goldsman shed some light on one of the key scenes from the season finale of Star Trek: Picard.
The first season of Star Trek: Picard has come to an end, and we want to hear what you think about it!
Patrick Stewart announces that CBS All Access will be free for a month, just in time for the season finale of Star Trek: Picard.
In the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak, William Shatner has been lightening the mood by having fun with Star Trek fans on Twitter.
CBS has announced a summer release date for the home video editions of its Star Trek anthology series.
After the disappointing box office of Star Trek Beyond, Simon Pegg isn’t holding out a lot of hope that Star Trek 4 will happen.
Star Trek: Picard’s first episode can now be viewed for free, but only for a limited time.
Alex Kurtzman has provided hints about how the Borg have changed, and what may lie ahead in Star Trek: Picard.