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Lost Spinrad Trek Script Found

Monday, February 20th, 2012

After being lost for forty-five years, He Walked Among Us, Norman Spinrad‘s unproduced Star Trek script is has come to light.

Spinrad is best-known to Star Trek fans for the superb original series episode, The Doomsday Machine. But that was not the only Star Trek script written by the author. In 1967, the author penned He Walked Among Us.

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TNG Blu-ray Release

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

Fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation will soon be able to see the series on Blu-ray beginning next year.

The Blu-ray release will begin in January of 2012 with a sampler including the pilot and several popular episodes.

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Hulu To Offer Trek In Japan

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Star Trek fans in Japan will be able to see Star Trek via Hulu’s subscription-only service.

CBS Corporation and Hulu announced the multi-year, non-exclusive licensing agreement that will offer certain television shows from across CBS Corporation to be streamed instantly.

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Netflix Streaming Trek

Friday, July 1st, 2011

Fans who wish to watch the various Star Trek series online can now do so for a nominal monthly fee, courtesy of Netflix.

Four of the five televised series are currently available. The only series not yet available, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, will be added in October.

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Netflix Trek Streaming To Begin This Summer

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

There is good news for Star Trek fans today as word comes courtesy of TrekMovie that Star Trek will begin streaming on Netflix in just a few short months.

Back in February, TrekToday announced that a two-year deal had been struck between CBS Corporation and Netflix, Inc. to stream select TV shows from CBS’s library, including Star Trek episodes from all five televised series.

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Star Trek: The Animated Series Now Online

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

Fans eager to watch Star Trek: The Animated Series online will now be able to do so at TV.com.

All twenty-two of the episodes are online, including the popular Yesteryear. Two episodes of the animated series – Mudd’s Passion and More Tribbles, More Troubles – are sequels to episodes from the original series.

The Animated Series featured voice work from all of the original series actors except for Walter Koenig. Episodes were written by writers such as David Gerrold, D.C. Fontana, Larry Niven and Larry Brody.

The shows can be seen here.

Was Movie Summer 2010 a TNG Rehash?

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

Supposedly, there are five basic plots, so sooner or later, fans will see a story that looks rather familiar to them.

According to UGO, some of the movies from this summer could be matched with Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes like Tapestry, Lower Decks, and Journey’s End.

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Online Star Trek: Free And On Demand

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

Comcast customers can watch Star Trek movies through January 13, while fans of the original series can watch episodes from all three seasons for free by going to Fancast.com.

For fans looking for something to watch while at home during the holidays, if they are signed up with Comcast, all eleven films plus Galaxy Quest will be available via Comcast’s On Demand system.

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Retro Review: Night Terrors

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

The crew is trapped in a rift in space where lack of dreams causes psychosis; only Troi can still dream, plagued by nightmares.

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iPhone: To Boldly Go Where No iPhone Has Gone Before

Friday, February 27th, 2009

A new iPhone application will allow iPhone users to see Star Trek original series episodes on the iPhone.

As reported by The New York Times, a new iPhone application was released today for CBS’s TV.com site that can play full episodes of TV series, including the original series of Star Trek.

The new application offers free streaming video content from CBS, (including CBS News, CBS Sports and CBS Radio,) the CW and Showtime, CNET and several other places. The video can be viewed on the iPhone or iPod Touch.

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Retro Review: First Contact

Saturday, February 14th, 2009

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