Recorded live on the Roddenberry Interactive Stage at Creation’s 57 Year Mission convention in Las Vegas, the creative minds behind Star Trek: Prodigy – Dan & Kevin Hageman, Aaron Waltke, and a surprise guest – talk about creating the show, and its future.
You might know J. Lee as the face and voice of the Orville’s chief engineer, but we can neither confirm nor deny that right now. Jessica and Mike instead quiz him about his musical career, writing, directing, and the current state of Hollywood.
Join us each week for a discussion of the themes, morals and messages in each episode of “The Orville.” Follow @ML_TheOrville on Twitter and be sure to check out podcasts.roddenberry.com
Max Headroom U.S. series premiere – March 31, 1987
From unlikely beginnings – a character created to introduce music videos to UK audiences – sprang a trailblazing, underappreciated #cyberpunk chapter in American genre TV. Sci-Fi 5 reloads Max Headroom into your memory.
INTERVIEW: Tawny Newsome On Bringing Beckett Mariner to Life and What Her Future Holds in the STAR TREK Universe
Tawny Newsome is excited to be able to talk about Star Trek again now that the SAG-AFTRA strike seems to be over. I was able to monopolize a few minutes of her time to talk about her character, Beckett Mariner, in Star Trek: Lower Decks, as well as that crossover episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and being in the writers room of the upcoming series Star Trek: Starlet Academy. I’m T. Rick Jones and this is your Daily Star Trek News.
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She’s the voice of the computer on Star Trek Prodigy but when Bonnie Gordon isn’t acting or singing she’s hanging with some ghosts. That’s right chanteuse Bonnie Gordon loves ghosts! She tells host Clare Kramer and guest co-host Jake Marin all about how she first got into spirits, her most memorable paranormal encounters, and even how her an her mom have been written about in ghost hunting books. Only on Fanaddicts!
We continue to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek: The Animated Series, this week with a look at some of the stories that did not make it into production! Joining us to speculate on what could have been for the animated Enterprise crew is Aaron Harvey, co-author of “Star Trek: The Official Guide to the Animated Series.”
In the latest Gene-ology, the Highway Patrol protects a wayward “Prospector” as Norm and Earl sift through another of Gene Roddenberry’s 1950s TV scripts. Guest starring Paul Harvath as Asa McQueen, and Michelle Harvath as Maggie Hammond.