Hyperchannel 172: Two More Months by Luke Weir

Star Trek: Discovery will premiere on September 24th (or September 25th outside of the US or Canada) and the anticipation is unbearable. This episode has all of the latest Discovery news, story details and production insights to keep you up to date on your future favorite show. Also, some Kelvin Timeline Trek stars have been making waves in recent blockbusters, NASA has been debunking some crazy conspiracies, and there’s suddenly a lot of Trek merch coming out that you might just need to get.

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Hyperchannel 171: One Trek, Two Trek, Real Trek, Spoof Trek by Luke Weir

The time has finally come – the first official teaser trailer for Star Trek: Discovery has been released, and it has given Star Trek fans lots to talk about. In this episode, Luke Weir dives into some of the major discussions created by this trailer and speculates about some of the possible plot points and character info that Discovery’s creators want us to investigate. Also, Seth MacFarlane is bringing the first ever high-budget Star Trek spoof to network television this fall - find out about the concept and the cast of The Orville, along with so much more, on this episode of Hyperchannel.

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Hyperchannel 170: The Writers Guild Doesn't Strike Back by Luke Weir

Star Trek: Discovery could have been delayed yet again by a seemingly inevitable writer's strike from the WGA - thankfully, the guild and studios were able to resolve their differences, but on this episode we dive in to why the WGA was going to strike and how Star Trek has previously been affected by striking workers. Also, Star Trek Online recently debuted their Season 13 expansion, Discovery adds more actors and Leslie Moonves gives more insight into some of the inner workings of distributing the new flagship Star Trek series.

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Hyperchannel 169: Discovery Assembles Its Crew by Luke Weir

Star Trek: Discovery officially announces the remainder of its cast as production gets underway, Michael Dorn will not be appearing on Discovery, Patrick Stewart is done with X-Men, Bridge Crew is delayed (again), and McDonald's uses Star Trek imagery to promote a new burger in Japan.

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