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Netflix has finally updated their series page for Discovery, confirming an October 16 release. Meanwhile Picard won an Emmy for Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup.
As we gear up for Discovery’s third season, CBS All Access announces it’s becoming Paramount+ in the new year. Meanwhile, The Mandalorian has swept the Creative Arts Emmys with five gongs – including one for an Aussie cinematographer.
We’re back on Qo’nos to escort Ambassador Worf to the Klingon High Council, and an audience with Chancellor Martok.
We’re Talkin’ Science for another week here at Trekzone. Beam over and catch the week’s science and space headlines…
Having thwarted the mutiny on the Incursion, and subdued the Borg threat – our Away Team beam down to the Klingon Homeworld to rescue Ambassador Worf.
Discovery’s third season trailer drops, but is it coming back to Netflix? Lower Decks mid-season trailer, but still no word on an international release. Strange New Worlds will be episodic – and a fan film not done right
En route to Qo’nos to learn more about the Wardens intentions, several members of the Incursion crew are infected with the pathogen and mutiny. As Refelian gathers loyal officers the ship is captured by a Borg ship…
Did We Just Catch The Making of A Black Hole? Plus Supernova Remnants and a Rusty Moon : Talkin’ Science
A faint detection at Ligo and Virgo points to the formation of an intermediate mass black hole. Scientists analysing deep sea samples find evidence of supernova remnants. And the moon’s get rusty, probably because of Earth’s protective magnetotail…
Decrypting information captured on the Leyte Gulf, Admiral Nolotai orders the Incursion back to Earth to eliminate the alien threat at Starfleet Academy and rescue Commander Data at Starfleet Headquarters.
In the beginning the large production companies sought to sell the streaming rights to their content to the highest bidder, but when they realised the power of being able to leverage audience metrics with advertisers they started striking out on their own.
Welcome to our second new podcast series in this premiere week on Trekzone. It’s The News, your weekly bite size wrap up of science fiction production info.
We’re playing missions 2 and 3 of 2001’s Star Trek: Away Team…
New research out this week points to bacteria being able to survive the trip to Mars, and back plus the elements for building water may have been on Earth this whole time – not brought in by other meteorites. We’re Talkin’ Science.
We’re bringing you something different – playthroughs of all the retro games we remember from our childhood. First up, Star Trek: Away Team.
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