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EPIX Trek Fest

Posted by T'Bonz - 12/02/14 at 12:02 pm


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On Sunday, February 16 on EPIX, an all-day tribute to Star Trek will feature the premiere of Star Trek into Darkness, commentary by Leonard Nimoy and George Takei, and a Nimoy special presentation.

The fun begins at 6 AM with The Captains Close-Up: William Shatner, and includes several original series movies, several Shatner documentaries, the Nimoy special presentation, Trekkies and Star Trek into Darkness.

Nimoy will be featured in A Conversation with Leonard Nimoy, where he “he shares insights and personal anecdotes from his nearly fifty-year involvement with phenomenon that is Star Trek.”

The lineup will be “punctuated with special segments by George Takei throughout the marathon.”

The schedule is as follows:

  •   6:00 AM The Captains Close-Up: William Shatner
  •   6:45 AM Trekkies
  •   8:15 AM The Captains Close-Up: Patrick Stewart
  •   8:50 AM Star Trek: The Motion Picture
  • 11:05 AM Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  •   1:05 PM Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
  •   2:55 PM William Shatner’s Get a Life!
  •   4:00 PM Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
  •   5:50 PM Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  •   7:45 PM A Conversation with Leonard Nimoy
  •   8:00 PM Star Trek into Darkness
  • 10:15 PM Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
  • 12:05 AM Star Trek into Darkness
  •   2:20 AM Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  •   4:20 AM The Captains

Video courtesy TrekNews.net.

Source: Press Release

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  • Theragen Derivative

    The two airings of STD could have been cleared away for airings of IV and VI instead. Just sayin’.

    Come to think of it, is it just me or does TVH never seem to make it into these Trek movie marathons? I swear I never see it in the cable listings, though the other five flicks have gotten cable airplay fairly regularly through the years.

  • Marc Klein

    Which is odd considering that IV is very, very popular.

  • nevilleross

    The new movies are the showcase of the franchise; EPIX was just supposed to ignore them for you and the other haters? Get real.

  • http://corylea.com/ Corylea

    Why are they showing #3 twice and #4 not at all? That doesn’t make sense. Not only was #4 quite popular, it’s the conclusion to the story arc begun in #2!