You don’t have to have watched the last fifty years of Star Trek to appreciate Discovery, but man, if this franchise doesn’t get weird. See for yourself, as The Next Generation gets an Honest Trailer for its craziest moments, including child-endangerment, ghost-boning and more!
It’s safe to say Star Trek: Discovery will end up different from Bryan Fuller’s vision; especially the initial pitch of an AHS-style anthology visiting different eras. Now, Fuller’s replacement Aaron Harberts details how the anthology might have gone, and whether CBS might try again.
Star Trek: Discovery looks about how we’d expect a modernized take on classic Trek, but we’ll always wonder how Bryan Fuller would have imagined it. New details of the showrunner’s exit reveal an anthology approach that would have visited multiple Generations, and a more “complex storyline” now scrapped.
The jury’s out on how deeply Star Trek: Discovery connects to the original franchise, but at least one episode will make it a Number One priority. Our favorite beard-having, leg-swinging First Officer is back, as Next Generation star Jonathan Frakes will work behind the scenes on Discovery.
CBS Star Trek boss Bryan Fuller assured us that official details of the new All-Access series would likely emerge around Comic-Con 2016, though a few early reports on the show’s nature and setting may not have been accurate. Not only does Fuller downplay suggestions the new series might predate The Next Generation, but also that Star Trek would go the anthology approach from season to season.
Bryan Fuller’s upcoming CBS All-Access Star Trek series has kept coy on tangible details like setting or cast, but quietly staffed its writers with some serious heavy-hitters. Following a fan-favorite Voyager novel alum, franchise vet Joe Menosky and Heroes writer Aron Coleite will next boldly go to the new series.
One can't be aware of 'The Big Bang Theory' without knowledge of its reverence for all things (maybe some things) 'Star Trek,' but upcoming episode "The Bakersfield Expedition" might push it to the limit. The latest from our favorite eggheads sees Leonard, Sheldon, Wolowitz and Raj all decked out head to to toe as their favorite 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' characters, getting a lot