While the second trailer for Star Trek Beyond still leaves a lot of questions, it's clearly another step away from traditional Trek. Get ready for wall-to-wall action, and lots of character development.
Although CBS has revealed the title logo and a new teaser for its Star Trek series, there's still a lot we don't know about the beloved sci-fi franchise's return to television more than 50 years after it debuted.
CBS has a mix of old and new coming up during the 2016-2017 TV season, from a Star Trek revival and a MacGyver reboot to Joel McHale's latest comedy. The network showed off its upcoming programming today by dropping first-look trailers.
Late last year, CBS and Paramount filed a lawsuit against the creators of the Star Trek fan film Axanar. While the creators argued that many of the copyright claims didn't hold up, a judge has ordered that the lawsuit will proceed.
Our future may have more Captain Kirk and Commander Spock in it. Paramount Pictures has taken another step that bodes well for the possibility of Star Trek 4. The reboot series' third film is due out this summer.
Paramount has revealed that its first 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray releases will be Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness, each of which will come in a three-disc combo pack sporting a hefty retail price of $50.
CBS is putting the reigns of its upcoming Star Trek TV series in the hands of franchise vets. The studio has announced that Bryan Fuller, who wrote and co-produced previous chapters, will co-create the new series.
Data recovery firm DriveSavers has announced the successful decryption of almost 200 floppy disks belonging to Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, used to write scripts and story ideas on his custom-built computer system.
The United States Postal service is releasing a series of four new Forever stamps to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek: The Original Series. The new stamps showcase four digital illustrations inspired by classic elements of the…
Despite not interfering with similar previous works, CBS and Paramount are suing the creators of the Star Trek fan film Axanar, which has raised over $1 million in crowdfunding on Kickstarter and Indiegogo.