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    I was certainly blown away! Did not expect that surprise..
    My favorite part was the warning

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    This is turning into 'Dark Trek' and I'm enjoying it.....



    Star Trek Discovery Episode 1x11 Philippa Georgiou Becomes The Emperor



    Published on 15 Jan 2018
    Star Trek Discovery Episode 1x11 Philippa Georgiou
    Becomes The Emperor || Star Trek Discovery Scenes.

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    Mixed reviews ....

    Star Trek Weekly: Discovery Season 1 Episode 11 Review & Reaction | AfterBuzz TV
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    Christian Bladt discuss Season 1 episode 11.
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    Some of these guys over analyse which amuses me...They enjoyed it.

    ST: Discovery S01E11 Spoiler Review/Analysis - Trekyards

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    Published on 15 Jan 2018

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    Mixed reviews not impressed with some plot points and execution...

    Star Trek: Discovery Episode 11 Review - The Wolf Inside

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    Another very good if short continuation of the mirror
    universe story line with some more reveals and theory
    confirmations....



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    Star Trek: Discovery Episode 12 Review - Vaulting Ambition
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    Star Trek: Discovery Episode 12 Review - Vaulting Ambition

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    ST: Discovery S01E12 Spoiler Review/Analysis - Trekyards


    Published on 22 Jan 2018

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    Just watched last episode now .. mind blown .. love the Lorca reveal / connection. Only two episodes left?

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    Quote Posted by Navigator (here)
    Just watched last episode now .. mind blown .. love the Lorca reveal / connection. Only two episodes left?
    Awesome, huh? Has more twists than my curly hair! As far as I know, there are 15 episodes in total, but the good news is, it has been renewed for a second Season (and no doubt an "interesting" cliff-hanger finale for this season)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Trek:_Discovery
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    RIP Lorca ....Is it the end for Jason Isaacs ? ...Is Prime Lorca alive.



    Star Trek: Discovery Season 1, Episode 13 Review
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    Star Trek: Discovery, season 1, episode thirteen is reviewed by the What
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    ST: Discovery S01E13 Spoiler Review/Analysis - Trekyards




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    Last night's episode (14 -war without war within) was again epic. And once again we have a new captain for Discovery -- and it's not Saru or Burnham ... This season only got better from the start.
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    The 'Empire/Federation' strikes back.....Another good episode...




    Star Trek Discovery - The Emperor takes command of the USS Discovery



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    The Emperor takes command of the USS Discovery.


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    Star Trek Weekly: Discovery Season 1 Episode 14 Review & Reaction | AfterBuzz TV
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    The War Within."
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    SPOILER ALERT!
    Guess who - and what - shows up in the last few seconds of this Season's cliffhanger Finale of STAR TREK DISCOVERY? ... The one and only... (AWESOME!)

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    Quote shows up in the last few seconds of this Season's cliffhanger Finale of STAR TREK DISCOVERY
    I presume Spock is going to congratulate and visit his sister...




    I enjoyed the episode as a fun romp but I did not like it
    as the conclusion of the season it felt far to rushed......




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    I enjoyed the episode as a fun romp but I did not like it
    as the conclusion of the season it felt far to rushed......


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    I also thought it felt a bit rushed; a two hour episode may have been better - then they'd be able to get the story a little deeper ... And there was a part of me really looking forward to seeing the Klingons get a thrashing of their homeworld, but at the same time, this episode brought back and restored the "Star Trek" ethics and morals that so many of the original series fans where turned off by the lack thereof, throughout most of the rest of the season while Discovery was being captained by mirror Universe Lorca. So in a sense the last few episodes made all that "crying", well, for nothing, as it was all an intentional part of the story.

    So it also seems the main theme for the season is also at and end, and I suspect we'll start the next season with a new theme. So rather than having standalone episodes, perhaps they've gone to "standalone seasons"? in regards to ongoing storyline? I guess we'll find out later how much the Klingon war is still the main story.

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    I enjoyed the episode as a fun romp but I did not like it
    as the conclusion of the season it felt far to rushed......


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    I also thought it felt a bit rushed; a two hour episode may have been better - then they'd be able to get the story a little deeper ... And there was a part of me really looking forward to seeing the Klingons get a thrashing of their homeworld, but at the same time, this episode brought back and restored the "Star Trek" ethics and morals that so many of the original series fans where turned off by the lack thereof, throughout most of the rest of the season while Discovery was being captained by mirror Universe Lorca. So in a sense the last few episodes made all that "crying", well, for nothing, as it was all an intentional part of the story.

    So it also seems the main theme for the season is also at and end, and I suspect we'll start the next season with a new theme. So rather than having standalone episodes, perhaps they've gone to "standalone seasons"? in regards to ongoing storyline? I guess we'll find out later how much the Klingon war is still the main story.
    I agree with what Navigator has said. The idea of holding to principles, even if it means that you perceive that you may lose everything, is part of what keeps the human spirit alive.
    There's no time like the present.

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    Filming Begins On STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Season 2
    By Kyle Hadyniak
    April 16, 2018 // 3:14 pm

    http://www.treknews.net/2018/04/16/s...ilming-begins/

    The wait to find out just what in the world the Enterprise was doing at the end of season one is a step closer, as filming begins for the second season of Star Trek: Discovery today.

    Doug Jones, who plays Commander Saru on the series, noted the commencement of filming by shaving his head for the role in a video posted to Twitter.

    Jonathan Frakes, who directed a first season episode of the series (and will direct at least one in the second season) wished the crew good luck, saying “Have a great shoot.”

    Star Trek: Discovery
    writers acknowledged the start of filming as well.

    The writers for season two have said the new season will tie more closely into existing continuity, and apparently the first moves toward this goal was the casting of Anson Mount (of Hell on Wheels fame) as Captain Pike, as well as the promised appearance (in some unspecified way) of Spock.

    Like its first season, Discovery will film at Pinewood Studios in Toronto.

    TrekNews.net is your dedicated source for all the latest news on Star Trek: Discovery. Follow @TrekNewsnet on Twitter, TrekNews on Facebook, @TrekNews on Instagram and TrekNewsnet on YouTube.

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    Star Trek: Discovery season 2 - Release date, cast, timeline and everything you need to know

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    Warning: This article contains spoilers for the first season of Star Trek: Discovery

    Star Trek: Discovery is definitely coming back for season two, which is exciting news – season one went from strength to strength, with twists and mini-reboots keeping the series fresh.

    Season one came to a close after a second half filled with twists, big deaths and adventures in the Mirror Universe, with the show delivering a thrilling final reveal before the credits rolled.

    But what else awaits us in the second season? Here's everything we know so far.

    Star Trek Discovery season 2 release date: When do we next get more Trek?

    Co-creator Alex Kurtzman has explained that season two won't land until 2019 at the earliest. "Breaking story is, in some ways, the easier and faster thing; it's the ability to execute on it that's much harder. We want to take the right amount of time and don't want to rush," he outlined.

    Where's a warp drive (or even a spore drive) when you need one?

    Production officially got underway in late April 2018, with Kurtzman in the director's chair on the season premiere. The second season is expected to run for 13 episodes, though that could always be extended - the first season had its initial order increased by two, taking it to 15 episodes.

    Star Trek Discovery season 2 cast: Who's in it?

    Despite being partly inspired by Game of Thrones, Discovery didn't end up killing off that many major characters in the second half of the first season.

    One big exit though was Jason Isaacs as Captain Gabriel Lorca after it was revealed that he was actually from the Mirror Universe and after he attempted a coup, he was stabbed and thrown into a ship's reactor by the Mirror Universe's Emperor, Philippa Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh).

    Isaacs is up for a return though and Kurtzman confirmed to EW following the finale that Lorca could return (somehow) to the show, so we might be seeing him again. (Maybe we'll meet the Lorca from the Prime Universe?)

    Same goes for Yeoh, since Georgiou was allowed to roam free after Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) brought her over from the Mirror Universe – and we might not have seen the last of Wilson Cruz's Hugh Culber either, despite his controversial death.

    All we can say for sure about season two is that we'll see all of the USS Discovery's crew return so alongside Martin-Green, that includes Doug Jones (Saru), Anthony Rapp (Paul Stamets) and Mary Wiseman (Sylvia Tilly).

    And while the show didn't kill off Shazad Latif's Ash Tyler after the expected reveal that he was the Klingon Voq, he is no longer on board the USS Discovery as he chose to join L'Rell (Mary Chieffo) as she united the Klingons.

    Kurtzman has confirmed that they have "great plans for his character in season two", so Latif will be back, even though the Federation-Klingon War has ended.

    As for new additions, stand-up comic and actress Tig Notaro is confirmed to be guesting as Chief Engineer Denise Reno of the USS Hiawatha (a ship that has so far only been seen in the video game Starfleet Command).

    Star Trek Discovery season 2 timeline: Where does the show fit?

    One element that's confused fans throughout season one is the timeline.

    We've seen major differences between what's happening in Discovery and how it'll eventually line up with the original series (which starts 10 years after the events in Discovery) – but we shouldn't worry too much as Kurtzman clearly has a plan.

    "We are wildly aware of everything that appears to be a deviation from canon. We will close out each of those issues when we close out our ten-year period and hit TOS," he said.

    Part of that plan was the big reveal at the end of the first season that saw the USS Discovery answer a distress call from none other than the USS Enterprise and Captain Pike.

    "I think with Enterprise's arrival in the finale we recognise that the audience has a lot of questions about our synchronicity with the original series, which really means our synchronicity with canon," he outlined.

    "So the promise of the Enterprise holds the answers to a lot of those questions, including Spock's relationship with his half-sister who he's never mentioned. Which does not necessarily mean you're going to see Spock, just that we owe an answer to that question."

    Trek veteran Jonathan Frakes - known for playing Riker on TNG and for directing multiple episodes and movie spin-offs- has since let slip that a young Spock will indeed feature in season two, appearing opposite a young Burnham in flashbacks.

    As for Pike, will he be a 'fully fledged character' next season? According to co-showrunner Aaron Harberts, If there ever were to be a captain from canon that one could explore... Christopher Pike would certainly be that one."

    Inhumans star Anson Mount was confirmed to be playing Discovery's version of Pike in April 2018 (replacing Jeffrey Hunter, who of course played the part in Star Trek's original unaired pilot).

    As for who else other than Pike is aboard Enterprise, Kurtzman has teased that there'll be "some surprises there" for fans - but again, don't expect Discovery to defy established canon.

    In May 2018, executive producer Gretchen J Berg reiterated that "a lot of consideration has been put into" making sure the show will fit into the timeline, with "no loose ends".

    Star Trek: Discovery season 2 plot: What can we expect?

    The Enterprise will play a significant role in season two though, but Kurtzman has promised that it will not "overshadow" the USS Discovery.

    Away from the Enterprise, Harberts has promised that season two will feel more like traditional Trek: "We have time to do things like more away missions, newer planets. These are stories that might fall a little bit more into a framework of allegory that people love to get from Trek."

    Section 31 - a clandestine organisation which claims to protect the security interests of the United Federation of Planets - is expected to play a major role in Discovery's second season.

    First introduced in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Section 31 features in a deleted scene cut from Discovery's first scene finale (below), as Mirror Georgiou is approached by the mysterious Leland (Alan Van Sprang), who is looking to recruit her.

    "It was the cliffhanger from season 1, and they pulled it and made it the season 2 teaser trailer," Van Sprang later revealed, adding that Section 31 and his character, the organisation's chief, will be "a massive part" of the new episodes.



    But there are currently no plans to revisit the Mirror Universe, with Gretchen J Berg explaining, "The Mirror Universe was perfect for season one, because one of the themes of the season was literally self-discovery for Michael Burnham, figuring out who she was.

    "In order to return to Mirror, we would have to have a really good reason to go, better than the reason that we went this year."

    In terms of structure, we can expect the new run of episodes to continue with the first season's structure of having standalone stories that fit within a larger plot. "It will be serialised, yes, always, but we do love the idea of getting to do individual episodes in the context of a serialised storyline, and you can look forward to more of that," Harberts told EW.

    Star Trek: Discovery season 2 trailer: When will it land?

    Usually we'd say you could expect a trailer during San Diego Comic-Con, but given season two is looking at a 2019 launch, there might not be any footage ready in time for July.

    We'd be happy to be proved wrong, but we'd expect to see a first teaser in late 2018.

    We already have the first teaser, featuring the voices of at least two former TOS actors... note TOS Uniforms (upgraded); & Burnham enters the quarters (note the "room number") of a special crew member aboard the Enterprise?



    On a side note; rumour has it that not one, but two, new STAR TREK movies are planned for the near future, at least one to be directed by Quentin Tarantino & possibly "R" Rated... and one of them won't be set in J.J. Abrams' "Kelvin" Timeline... (I'll start a new thread for that when the time comes...)

    https://movieweb.com/star-trek-4-tar...ned-paramount/
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    Quote Star Trek: Discovery season 2 - Release date, cast, timeline and everything you need to know
    Looks Good I hope they keep it more 'gritty' than fluffy.......




    Harris (Section 31)
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    Harris supplies Reed with information
    ================================================== =

    Talking of which the Expanse has just been saved for a fourth season and after
    watching most of the space based scy fy series created for TV & cinema this for me
    is one of the best to date. Based off a on going series of novels its similar in scope ,
    vision and world building and reality to GOT which has moved history/myth
    fantasy onto a new level. The last 30yrs has seen gradual improvement in effects
    but the last few years some TV shows have now reached movie levels......

    The Expanse out grew the Scy - fy channel who after three great seasons
    announced they could not continue the show for financial reasons to do with how
    they marketed it. So a fan based campaign focused on Netflix & Amazon payed off.


    The Expanse cast discuss the fan campaign to save the show at LA Talk Radio - #SaveTheExpanse
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9pim1x3Aio
    Published on 22 May 2018..( 4 mins ).....you can't stop the work!
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    The Expanse Season 4 Announcement (With Jeff Bezos) - See Cast Reactions | Rocinante Is Safe
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5RVBIcXjUo
    Published on 26 May 2018....( 2 mins)...

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    New Zealand based Enchantment of Eternity a Trekkie ,Expanse and all round scy
    -fy nerd give his reactions....

    The Expanse renewed for Season 4 at Amazon
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfefWKPbERo

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    The Expanse - Epstein Drive
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    Story of the invention of the Epstein Drive. Author(s) James S. A. Corey were often
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    As a book reader and huge fan of The Expanse this clip was probably my favorite
    from the show. A fictional historic look at how Mars effectively broke from Earth
    and began their journey to colonize the solar system.
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    Latest Trailer for STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, Season 2... Now we begin to see where the Enterprise, Captain Pike & Spock will fit into the new season...


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    Patrick Stewart to return as Jean-Luc Picard in new series!

    Lots of things happening in Trek right now, and I could hardly believe this story:

    After previous rumours, it has been confirmed that a new CBS All Access series focusing on Jean-Luc Picard is happening, which "will tell the story of the next chapter of Picard's life".



    Stewart confirmed the news at the Las Vegas Star Trek convention, saying: "I will always be very proud to have been a part of Star Trek: The Next Generation, but when we wrapped that final movie in the spring of 2002, I truly felt my time with Star Trek had run its natural course.

    "It is, therefore, an unexpected but delightful surprise to find myself excited and invigorated to be returning to Jean-Luc Picard and to explore new dimensions within him.

    http://www.digitalspy.com/tv/star-tr...r-trek-return/

    There's at least one other Star Trek series in development as well, and two films.

    http://www.digitalspy.com/tv/star-tr...nchise-movies/
    "When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace."
    ~ Jimi Hendrix

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