What We Know About Every Star Trek Show in the Works Right Now

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After years and years on the back burner, Star Trek is truly ascendant on television once more. Although for now we just have Star Trek: Discovery, soon enough CBS wants us watching tons of new space exploration shows. While we’re not quite at five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred Trek shows just yet, there’s…

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Patrick Stewart’s Timeless Visage Means He’ll Actually Look Younger in Picard Than in TNG’s Finale

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“Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety.” Only time will tell if Shakespeare was truly writing about Enobarbus recounting Mark Anthony’s first meeting with Cleopatra, or the countenance of Sir Patrick Stewart, one of humanity’s most enduring structures.

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The First Picard TV Show Details Tease an Intriguing Connection to the 2009 Star Trek Movie

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John Krasinski just can’t stop wondering if he’s going to direct the Quiet Place sequel. Looks like that Men in Black/21 Jump Street crossover is officially dead. Plus, voice cast details for DC’s Superman: Red Son animated adaptation, behind the scenes on Captain Marvel, and what’s to come on Arrow.

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Michael Chabon on Honoring Star Trek Canon and How Picard Is ‘The Hero We Need Right Now’

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Executive producer Michael Chabon is helping bring back one of Star Trek’s greatest captains, with a new show centered around Captain Jean-Luc Picard (played once again by Patrick Stewart). Chabon and his other writers have a lot to live up to—not just with honoring Picard’s legacy, but also the decades of Star Trek

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