News about Star Trek fandom, fans, events, conventions and the ST community
STG may be biased here, but we believe that Star Trek has the best fans ever. *The* original cult TV show, the original series was famously granted a season 3 by network executives – albeit with half the budget and a crummy timeslot – based purely on an organized letter-writing campaign. The fans are credited in part with the creation of the Animated Series and certainly also drove the tremendous box office revenues of The Motion Picture (adjusted for inflation, TMP is the second-biggest grosser of all ST films).
New convention images offer a first look at Patrick Stewart’s 24th Century admiral’s uniform in Star Trek: PicardSource: screenrant.com
If you can study a fish in Cleveland, you should study a different fishSource: nsnews.com
Star Trek: Picard star Patrick Stewart is headed to Destination Star Trek in Birmingham. Stewart will be in attendance at the event on Saturday, October 26th for a special appearanceSource: comicbook.com
ATLANTA — Members of the "Star Trek: Discovery" cast entertained fans at DragonCon last month, providing anecdotes from their time on the show and discussing plans for the futureSource: space.com
There will be eighteen shows or appearances in October and November that will feature actors of interest to Star Trek fansSource: trektoday.com
The UK is way behind the USA in terms of fandom and conventionsSource: redshirtsalwaysdie.com
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was a sci-fi series that ran from 1993 to 1999, spanning 176 episodesSource: screenrant.com
Jason Isaacs has been on some of the biggest franchises and TV shows in the world, so naturally his characters’ have received a lot of fan theory treatment onlineSource: metro.co.uk
The Star Trek universe is surprisingly fertile ground for the beverage industry. Across every incarnation of the franchise, we see characters sipping away at their drink of choiceSource: treknews.net
After nearly fifty years, legendary Star Trek actress Nichelle Nichols has decided to retire from public convention appearancesSource: treknews.net
A Star Trek star has confirmed that one of the characters on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was pansexualSource: comicbook.com
The Star Trekfranchise has always boldly gone where no other show has gone before in terms of pushing for better representation on TVSource: wegotthiscovered.com
Despite not appearing in What We Left Behind, Avery Brooks has nonetheless seen the Deep Space Nine documentary and was very pleasedSource: redshirtsalwaysdie.com
After Star Trek: Discovery’s second season, fans are campaigning for a Capt. Pike spinoff. But after the first season, fans were all about finding Prime LorcaSource: comicbook.com
Star Trek: Discovery star Jason Isaacs has suggested Lorca could return, revealing that he has had conversations with producers in the past over reprising the roleSource: digitalspy.com
Welcome back to another installment of our regular STO column. As expected, much news came out of the last week’s Star Trek Las Vegas conventionSource: redshirtsalwaysdie.com
Star Trek: Discovery star Anson Mount has discussed the possibility of a spin-off featuring Captain Pike, Spock, and Number OneSource: digitalspy.com
The most anticipated new science fiction TV series of next year is without a doubt Star Trek: PicardSource: denofgeek.com
Star Trek: Discovery Season Two is headed to Blu-ray on November 12thSource: comicbook.com
Star Trek: Picard may not arrive on CBS All Access until 2020, but Jean-Luc’s post-The Next Generation story will begin to be told in novels and comicsSource: comicbook.com
As Star Trek Las Vegas 2019 kicks off, Brent Spiner took the stage to talk about returning to the role of Data in Star Trek: PicardSource: redshirtsalwaysdie.com
Star Trek fans can soon enjoy wine from Chateau Picard, one of the first products released as part of Wines that Rock’s Star Trek Wines collection of special vintagesSource: comicbook.com
Despite its age, the developers of Cryptic Studios and Perfect World Entertainment‘s Star Trek Online continue to surprise with exciting, new weekly updatesSource: redshirtsalwaysdie.com
There will be eighteen shows or appearances in August and September that will feature actors of interest to Star Trek fansSource: trektoday.com
Beth Seacord is about to boldly go where she could only dream of as a child growing up in Glendale, California. “I was a ‘Star Trek’ fanSource: reviewjournal.com
Today, in the era of Discovery, Star Trek is run by fans; fans who grew up aware only of Star Trek’s various iterations as cultural icons through linguistic expressions, parodies of William Shatner’s melodramatic style, Picard memes and the lot – all thanks to the devotees who’d come before them and helped make ST the most important contribution to international pop culture since Action Comics #1.
Between the gaps when nothing Star Trek-branded is produced for the tv format or we await the next movie, fans continually keep the series vital and active through conventions and community, fan videos and fan fiction writing.
(Star Trek Guide would here like to commend ST fandom online for their upholding of certain ideals the series and movies have always put forth. While certain loud Star Wars fans have exhibited frankly disgusting behavior online with regard to what they see as forced – so to speak – diversity, whereas ST fans have embraced Discovery’s crew, with nary a permanent character who’s white and straight among them.)
So this page is for the fans. We’ll bring news on fan activities and conventions, as well as happenings within the community and the inevitable stories of celebrities admitting to their admiration of Star Trek. And to those who came before us, we’d like to say thank you, neep-gren, Chaya t’not and majQa’!