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Content from all of your favorite TrekMovie podcasts: Shuttle Pod and All Access Star Trek

    All Access: Star Trek Universe News Roundup

    All Access: Star Trek Universe News Roundup

    Tony and Laurie are back with the latest on all five current shows—Picard, Strange New Worlds, Lower Decks, Discovery, and Prodigy—covering production updates, new interviews about upcoming seasons, and insights into episodes that have already aired. They talk about the Ben Sisko autobiography on the way, Paramount Plus’ affirmation that there’s still a Section 31 show in development, Michelle Yeoh’s increasing star power, and the possibilities of Enterprise characters finding their way into the new Trek shows, with some input on the idea from new interviews with Scott Bakula and John Billingsley. Sofia Boutella is talking about her interest in another Star Trek movie, and Nicolas Cage is talking about his interest in Star Trek itself! The podcasters wrap up with a Spock/Geordi team-up for a vaccination campaign and a Patrick Stewart/Jamie Oliver team-up for a tasty meal.

    • 52 min
    All Access: Preview Of Star Trek In 2023… And Looking Back At 2022

    All Access: Preview Of Star Trek In 2023… And Looking Back At 2022

    Anthony and Laurie are joined by Subrina Wood from the SyFy Sistas and Matt Wright from the Shuttle Pod to look back at the astonishing year of 2022 in which five different Star Trek shows were on, then look ahead at each show to see what’s coming and how everyone feels about it. The group also speculates on what show might be greenlit next, thoughts on whether or not there’ll be another movie, and the Khan podcast coming from Nicholas Meyer.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    All Access: Review Of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Season Finale “Supernova, Part 2” & ‘Picard’ S3 Update

    All Access: Review Of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Season Finale “Supernova, Part 2” & ‘Picard’ S3 Update

    Anthony and Laurie talk about the music clip from Star Trek: Picard season 3 posted by Terry Matalas, then dig into an actual scene from episode 1 of Jean-Luc getting a signal on his old Enterprise-D combadge that was shown on The Ready Room. They chat briefly about TrekMovie’s “best of 2022” categories and picks, and after a quick look back at part 1, they launch into their review of part of the Star Trek: Prodigy season 1 finale, episode 20: “Supernova, Part 2.” Spoiler alert: They loved it. They wrap up the year with news about the new Nichelle Nichols Foundation and the gift of a Leonard Nimoy-themed fanzine yearbook from 1968. Happy New Year!

    • 54 min
    All Access: Review Of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Episode 19 “Supernova, Part 1”

    All Access: Review Of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Episode 19 “Supernova, Part 1”

    Anthony and Laurie kick off the news with Anson Mount’s comments about Strange New Worlds’ take on Star Trek idealism and the issues raised in the season 1 finale, then recommend a look at the IDW comic miniseries that takes place between seasons 1 and 2 of the show. They mine Terry Matalas’ latest Twitter comments about Picard for hints about season 3, and then they’re ready to talk Prodigy. They enthusiastically review “Supernova, Part 1” and Tony makes his predictions for part 2 (which Laurie shouldn’t have watched already, but did). They wrap up the pod with Christmas and Hanukkah wishes for all, plus a playful interview with Zoe Saldaña and behind-the-scenes tidbits from Voyager guest star Kim Rhodes.

    • 51 min
    All Access: Review Of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Episode 18 “Mindwalk” & ‘Picard’ News Update

    All Access: Review Of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Episode 18 “Mindwalk” & ‘Picard’ News Update

    Anthony and Laurie start the podcast with a look at a new interview about Star Trek: Picard season 3 with Sir Patrick Stewart, then round up other Picard news about Worf and the casting of the captain of the Titan. They cover the recent launch of Paramount+ in more European countries and the upcoming release of Strange New Worlds on Blu-ray, DVD, and Steelbook. They talk about IDW’s new Deep Space Nine miniseries (featuring dogs!), Star Trek: Prodigy‘s win (and loss) at the Children & Family Emmys and LeVar Burton’s lifetime achievement award at the same event. After that, they dig into their review of Star Trek: Prodigy‘s take on the body swap trope, “Mindwalk,” giving extra kudos to Kate Mulgrew and Brett Gray for their amazing performances. They wrap up with a look at Star Trek fans doing good deeds (and getting covered by the local news) and Mike Okuda connecting the dots from Charlie Brown to Star Trek.

    • 1 hr
    All Access: Review Of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Episode 17 “Ghost In The Machine”

    All Access: Review Of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Episode 17 “Ghost In The Machine”

    [Review starts at  16:02] Anthony and Laurie talk about the loss of Kirstie Alley and how much her role in The Wrath of Khan meant to her, then segue into Michelle Yeoh’s big year: She’s Time’s Icon of 2022, is on all the best-of lists, and is likely getting nominated for an Oscar this year. They discuss the new photos from Star Trek: Picard season 3 as well as Lower Decks‘ Critics Choice nomination for Best Animated Series, then analyze the latest Admiral Janeway log on Instagram. With that done, they review the newest episode of Star Trek: Prodigy, “Ghost in the Machine.” They wrap up with a look at a great PR stunt from Paramount+ and British Airways, and a handmade, hand-cranked music box that plays the Prodigy theme.

    • 49 min

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