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The Ready Room is a casual Star Trek discussion show from Trek.fm hosted by C Bryan Jones that covers The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise, and news from all across the Star Trek universe with a mix of humor and serious commentary.

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The Ready Room is a casual Star Trek discussion show from Trek.fm hosted by C Bryan Jones that covers The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise, and news from all across the Star Trek universe with a mix of humor and serious commentary.

    223: As Canon Adjacent As Possible

    223: As Canon Adjacent As Possible

    Star Trek’s second golden age.
    The mid-1990s were a glorious time for Star Trek fans. With The Next Generation transitioning from the small screen to big, Deep Space Nine paving the way for serialized storytelling on television, and Voyager taking us to the other side of the galaxy, fans were spoiled for choice. But such riches don’t always last, and when Enterprise was cancelled in 2005, it seemed that Gene Roddenberry’s vision of the future might well become part of TV’s past. As we enter a new decade, however, almost 20 years after the final big-screen voyage of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his crew, a second golden age of Star Trek is upon us—and it looks to be even richer than the first.
    In this episode of The Ready Room, hosts C Bryan Jones and Larry Nemecek look ahead to the flood of Star Trek new content headed to our screens in 2020. We discuss Picard, Discovery Season 3, the animated Short Treks, and more. But first, we take time to remember three members of the family who left us in recent months: Aron Eisenberg, Dorothy “D.C.” Fontana, and René Auberjonois.
    Chapters
    Intro (00:00:00)
    First Thoughts on New Star Trek (00:02:06)
    Remembering Aron Eisenberg (00:10:47)
    Remembering Dorothy Fontana (00:20:35)
    Remembering René Auberjonois (00:39:13)
    Getting Ready for the New Series (00:53:43)
    Too Much Content? (00:57:27)
    Flexible Format (01:09:55)
    Star Trek: Picard (01:14:46)
    Star Trek: Discovery, Season 3 (01:31:57)
    Animated Short Treks (01:52:57)
    Closing (02:05:48)
    Hosts
    C Bryan Jones and Larry Nemecek
    Production
    C Bryan Jones (Editor and Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Renee Roberts (Associate Producer) Zachary Fruhling (Associate Producer) Sam Piassick (Associate Producer) Kay Elizabeth Shaw (Associate Producer) Tim Robertson (Associate Producer) David Shuford (Associate Producer) Joo Kim (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Brandon-Shea Mutala (Patreon Manager)

    • 2 horas 21 min
    222: Dig Your Own Time Crystals State Park

    222: Dig Your Own Time Crystals State Park

    Looking Back at Discovery Season Two. We reflect on the story that never happened, the crew that never existed, and how the show’s sophomore mission did—or did not—change the Star Trek universe.

    • 2 horas 34 min
    221: Close Canon Quarters

    221: Close Canon Quarters

    Future Trek. Along with Larry Nemecek, we ride a subspace shockwave through a list of Star Treks to come, from Discovery to Picard to Ceti Alpha V … and much more.

    • 1h 50 min
    220: Holding Out for Tan

    220: Holding Out for Tan

    Patrick Stewart’s Return, Kelvin Trouble, and Discovery Changes. We discuss some of the biggest news to come out of Star Trek Las Vegas 2018 along with what we see as the maturation of CBS’s approach to Star Trek.

    • 2 horas 8 min
    219: Kurtzman’s Five-Year Mission

    219: Kurtzman’s Five-Year Mission

    The Expansion of Star Trek. Larry Nemecek joins us to discuss Alex Kurtzman’s new deal with CBS, the studio’s plans for new Star Trek content, and the possible return of Patrick Stewart. Plus, we remember Harlan Ellison.

    • 1h 43 min
    218: I Have This Piece of Paper

    218: I Have This Piece of Paper

    Proto-TNG and the Pike Memo. Larry Nemecek joins us for an in-depth look at the 1986 memo that presents a version of Star Trek: The Next Generation that is very different from the one we know.

    • 1h 45 min

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