A decision by Sisko to ignore the Prophets leads to the collapse of the wormhole and the death of a crewmember.
Four new waves of model ships for the Star Trek miniatures game Attack Wing will arrive next year courtesy of Wizkids.
The ships will begin arriving in March.
Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Manny Coto has sold a new supernatural drama to Fox.
The drama was written by Coto and Evan Katz.
Trek writer/producer Brannon Braga has signed a two-year deal to develop new projects.
The deal was signed and Braga will be staying with 20th Century Fox Television.
Fans who never picked up the Blu-ray release of the original series back in 2009 have the chance to do so now.
The three seasons will be re-released with new packaging, which is based on the original series uniforms.
The 2015 Danilo Star Trek Ships of the Line Calendar has just been released in the UK.
The calendar features twelve ships, but does not have a centerfold ship image.
Star Trek into Darkness‘ Zachary Quinto has signed on to star in NBC‘s The Slap.
The Slap is a “complex family drama about what happens after a man slaps another couple’s misbehaving child.”
The Next Generation‘s LeVar Burton made an appearance on William Shatner‘s Brown Bag Wine Tasting recently.
Brown Bag Wine Tasting “follows Shatner’s adventures as he asks willing participants to blindly taste wine and describe it in terms of their occupations, with the goal of making the show fun, interactive and a social experience.”
A series of trading cards from Rittenhouse Archives features Star Trek aliens.
The cards will make their debut this November.
The second in the new Star Trek parody webseries has been released.
This episode is titled Charlie X.
The crew of the Defiant attempts to rescue a Starfleet captain stranded on a planet with diminishing life support.
Star Trek: The Compendium will be released next week, but fans can have a sneak peek of the gag reel now.
Two clips have been placed online, both featuring scenes from Star Trek into Darkness.
Fans looking to support a good cause can do so and score $270 worth of Star Trek digital comics for $15.00.
Fans can pay any amount and get four comics. But the more a fan donates, the more digital Trek comics they will get.
In December, fans of The Next Generation will be able to pick up two Blu-ray releases; Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Seventh Season Blu-ray, and Star Trek: The Next Generation: All Good Things Blu-ray.
The two sets will include new bonus material.