65 episodes

Star Trek: Age of Discovery

Star Trek: Age of Discovery is a fan podcast for the Star Trek Universe shows including CBS All Access shows STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, STAR TREK: PICARD and STAR TREK: LOWER DECKS.

Subscribe to Star Trek: Age of Discovery in iTunes, Google Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, and iHeartRADIO.

Email the show at startrekaod@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter at @StarTrekAoD and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/StarTrekAoD/. Visit our website at http://startrekaod.net where we offer additional articles on Star Trek canon, interesting sidebar issues and aspects of the show.

Star Trek: Age of Discovery Gary Anderson, Star Trek: Age of Discovery

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.3, 8 Ratings

Star Trek: Age of Discovery

Star Trek: Age of Discovery is a fan podcast for the Star Trek Universe shows including CBS All Access shows STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, STAR TREK: PICARD and STAR TREK: LOWER DECKS.

Subscribe to Star Trek: Age of Discovery in iTunes, Google Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, and iHeartRADIO.

Email the show at startrekaod@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter at @StarTrekAoD and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/StarTrekAoD/. Visit our website at http://startrekaod.net where we offer additional articles on Star Trek canon, interesting sidebar issues and aspects of the show.

    Star Trek Universe - May 2020 Update

    Star Trek Universe - May 2020 Update

    It's been a month and a half since the final episode of Season 1 for Star Trek: Picard. We've finally received some great news we can share!

    Strange New Worlds! Lower Decks! Discovery! Today, we’re going to cover everything happening throughout the Star Trek Universe.

    For this podcast, we’ll analyze what Akiva Goldman said recently in an interview with Variety, look at what we can expect from Star Trek's newest proposed series, and talk about all of the other Star Trek news.

    • 55 min
    Star Trek Picard - Season One Review

    Star Trek Picard - Season One Review

    Today, we’re going to provide an overview of Season 1 of Star Trek: Picard. Overall, did we enjoy it? Yes! Would we recommend others to see it? Absolutely, yes! Was the series perfect? Not at all.

    For this podcast, our aim is not to spend much time rehashing topics we’ve already devoted a lot of time to on previous podcasts. Instead, we’ll identify our favorite episodes and characters, as well as, characters who were underdeveloped. Then, we will talk about what we’d like to see for Season 2 before closing the podcast and, as an added feature, will cite some of the comments of our listeners before closing with the latest Star Trek news. But before delving into those topics, we would like to begin our analysis by discussing an important theme in the Picard series that was raised and nurtured throughout the season but left unresolved.

    • 50 min
    Star Trek: Picard S1 Ep. 10 - “Et in Arcadia, Ego - Part 2”

    Star Trek: Picard S1 Ep. 10 - “Et in Arcadia, Ego - Part 2”

    Today, we’re tackling the final episode of Season 1 for Star Trek: Picard. We're going to breakdown Part 2 of “Et in Arcadia Ego.” As with Part 1, this episode was directed by Akiva Goldsman, with a teleplay written by Michael Chabon.

    For this podcast, we’ll analyze key plot elements, identify our favorite Easter Eggs, and talk about other Star Trek news.

    Of course, our analysis contains spoilers, so if you haven’t watched the episode yet, pause this podcast and watch the program before listening to our comments.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Star Trek: Picard S1 Ep. 9 - “Et in Arcadia, Ego - Part 1”

    Star Trek: Picard S1 Ep. 9 - “Et in Arcadia, Ego - Part 1”

    Today, we’re going to breakdown “Et in Arcadia Ego,” the penultimate episode of Season 1 of Star Trek: Picard. This episode was directed by Akiva Goldsman, who also serves as Executive Producer of Star Trek: Picard. In addition, he served in that capacity for the first season of Star Trek: Discovery. The teleplay was co-written by Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman. Waldman is an essayist as well as a New York Times best-selling novelist. Also, she is married to Michael Chabon.

    For this podcast, we’ll analyze key plot elements and discuss the title’s significance. Gary will then focus on the character of Altan Inigo Soong and I will examine the ethical questions raised in the episode. We’ll then identify our favorite Easter Eggs, talk about other Star Trek news, and share our predictions for the season finale.

    Of course, our analysis contains spoilers, so if you haven’t watched the episode yet, pause this podcast and watch the program before listening to our comments. Now, Gary, let’s start off with the synopsis.

    • 52 min
    Star Trek: Picard S1 Ep. 8 - “Broken Pieces”

    Star Trek: Picard S1 Ep. 8 - “Broken Pieces”

    Today, we’re going to breakdown “Broken Pieces,” Episode eight of Star Trek: Picard. This episode is directed by Maja Vrvilo and written by Michael Chabon. Vrvilo directed “The Impossible Box” earlier this season. Also, she directed the Star Trek: Discovery: “Perpetual Infinity,” Episode 11 from Season Two.

    We'll analyze key plot elements, discuss the title’s significance, Gary will examine Raffi as Sleuth, identify our favorite Easter Eggs, talk about other Star Trek news, and share what we’re looking forward to in upcoming episodes.

    A final note: our analysis contains spoilers, so if you haven’t watched the episode yet, pause this podcast and watch the episode before listening to our comments.

    • 35 min
    Star Trek: Picard S1 Ep. 7 - “Nepenthe”

    Star Trek: Picard S1 Ep. 7 - “Nepenthe”

    Today, we’re going to breakdown “Nepenthe,” Episode Seven of Star Trek: Picard. This episode is directed by Co-Executive Producer Douglas Aarniokoski and co-written by Samantha Humphrey and Michael Chabon. Aarniokoski has directed three episodes of Star Trek: Discovery: “Lethe,” Episode 6 from Season One, “The Sound of Thunder,” Episode 6, Season 2 “Through the Valley of Shadows,” Episode 12, Season 2. Also, he directed The Short Treks episode “The Brightest Star.”

    In this episode, we analyze key plot elements, discuss the trip to the Rikers, identify our favorite Easter Eggs, and share our predictions for the remainder of the season.

    A final note: our analysis contains spoilers, so if you haven’t watched the episode yet, pause this podcast and watch the episode before listening to our comments. Now let’s start off with the synopsis.

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

ZieglersW ,

Seminal, like Seminary

Just one of the most thoughtful and beautiful podcasts around Star Trek: Discovery.

The Ebony Avenger ,

Really great and thoughful podcast

Unlike other Star Trek podcast this one really drills down into the show and looks at themes and character analysis in greater depth. Also, the hosts seem to have very perceptive eyes to tease out things that might be right in front of us but aren't always apparent.

Metatron32 ,

STUPID!!

We're SO disapointed that this show is SOOOOO stupid! Have people lost all sense of common sense and intelligence?

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