Ashes Of Scotty From ‘Star Trek’ Hidden On International Space Station

CBS All Access Sets Virtual ‘Star Trek’ Day

‘Star Trek’ Writer D.C. Fontana Dies At 80

CBS Launches ‘Star Trek’ Global Franchise Group

The network has established a Star Trek global franchise group that will “manage and maximize the expansion of the brand beyond the traditional boundaries of linear broadcasting and streaming,” with the goal of broadening the Star Trek fan community through multiple avenues such as as podcasts, new digital spaces and live experiential events. Leading the unit will be EVP Veronica Hart.

How Much ‘Star Trek’ Is Too Much? CBS All Access Boldly Tests Limits Of Viewers’ Fandom

Interracial Kiss 50 Years Ago Heralded Change

The kiss between actors William Shatner and Nichelle Nichols in Star Trek‘s “Plato’s Stepchildren” episode would help change attitudes in America about what was allowed to be shown on TV and made an early statement about the coming acceptance of interracial relationships in a United States still struggling with racism and civil rights.

‘Batman,’ ‘Star Trek’ TV Collectibles To Be Auctioned

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A longtime TV memorabilia collector is putting props and costumes from “Batman,” ”Star Trek” and other shows up for auction. James Comisar said 400 items from his collection will be for sale. That includes the Riddler’s green jacket from the first episode of “Batman” and a protective glass “bat shield” from […]

Viewers Boldly Tune-In To MeTV ‘Star Trek’ Special

MeTV, Weigel Broadcasting’s classic television multicast network, aired a special Star Trek 50thanniversary programming event this past Saturday night, including a special episode of Svengoolie that featured the rarely seen original Star Trek pilot “The Cage.” Viewership of this special between 10 p.m. and midnight peaked at more than one million people. The entire two-hour block averaged 942,000 people 2+, which […]

From 5-Year Mission To 50-Year Phenomenon

Star Trek, one of the new fall shows on NBC’s 1966-67 schedule that debuted 50 years ago today, went from a struggling series that only lasted three years to being one of the most influential programs in television history. The characters and phrases created by Gene Roddenberry and his team have permeated pop culture.

Fan-Made ‘Star Trek’ Sets Become Tourist Attraction

TICONDEROGA, N.Y. (AP) — On its many voyages through space, the Starship Enterprise has endured bridge-shaking blasts from enemy ships and infiltration by scheming aliens. Now it’s being invaded by tourists. Sets mimicking those of the 1960s TV series “Star Trek” — including Capt. Kirk’s bridge, sick bay and engine room — were built by […]

Netflix To Stream CBS’ New ‘Star Trek’ Overseas

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Five Original ‘Star Trek’ Programs Airing Together

‘Star Trek’ Ship To Be Displayed At Smithsonian

Post Office To Issue ‘Star Trek’ Forever Stamps

Museum Celebrates ‘Star Trek’ At 50

SEATTLE (AP) — It’s been 50 years since the Starship Enterprise began its five-year mission to boldly go where no man had gone before, and Seattle’s EMP Museum is marking the anniversary with an exhibition honoring “Star Trek” and its influence on pop culture and society. “Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds” opens Saturday and is […]

Watch The First Teaser For CBS’s ‘Star Trek’

CBS Taps Bryan Fuller As ‘Star Trek’ Showrunner

CBS All Access To Launch New ‘Star Trek’

CBS Television Studios said today a “totally new” series will arrive in January 2017. But it will be available exclusively on CBS All Access, CBS’s subscription streaming video service. Only a preview episode will be aired, free of charge, on the broadcast network, CBS said.

 

‘Star Trek’ Producer Harve Bennett Dies At 84

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This Phaser Replica Can Change Channels

This universal remote is shaped like a Star Trek phaser, complete with authentic sounds from the show.

‘Star Trek’ Holiday Video Hits Warp Speed

The Enterprise captain offers his holiday wish for the universe.

Rare ‘Star Trek’ Phaser Sold For $231,000 At Auction

Unused ‘Star Trek’ Script Grounded In Cyberspace

Nimoy Attends His Last ‘Star Trek’ Convention

ROSEMONT, Ill. (AP) — Leonard Nimoy has attended his final “Star Trek” convention. The 80-year-old actor, best-known for playing Mr. Spock in the original TV series that began in September 1966, formed four fingers into a V for Vulcan sign and intoned to fans Spock’s most famous phrase: “Live long and prosper.” Nimoy has said […]

David Foster Pitching ‘Star Trek’ Remake