Star Trek Continues.
As any Star Trek fans knows, the original mission of the Enterprise 1701 was to span five years. Unfortunately, the television executives of the 1960s had other plans as Kirk and his crew sailed off into the darkness after just three seasons. But that doesn't mean the mission didn't continue. What happened after "Turnabout Intruder"? The independent series Star Trek Continues picks up where TOS left off, continuing the five-year mission by telling the stories we didn't see.
In this episode of The Ready Room we're joined by some of the cast and crew of Star Trek Continues to talk about the creation of the series, the first two episodes—"Pilgrim of Eternity" and "Lolani"—and what their plans are for the future. Director Chris White and assistant director Chuck Huber fill us in on the production side while Larry Nemecek (Dr. McCoy) and Todd Haberkorn (Spock) talk about bringing iconic characters to the screen once again. Plus, a surprising number of characters from a galaxy far, far away drop by for a visit.
In our news segment we remember prolific Star Trek director Cliff Bole, find out how Robert Beltran is warming up to Star Trek fans on Twitter and Reddit, run down the Saturn Award nominations for Star Trek Into Darkness, and find out what Larry Nemecek has planned for his invasion of Jacksonville, Florida.
Running Time: 1 hour 56 minutes 15 seconds
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Christopher Jones and Drew Stewart
Todd Haberkorn, Chuck Huber, Larry Nemecek, and Chris White
Remembering Cliff Bole
Robert Beltran reaches out to fans
Star Trek Into Darkness receives five Saturn Award nominations
Larry Nemecek's Jacksonville meet-up
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Why TOS Endures
Dr. MacKennah and the Female Voice
The Incredible (Orion) Hulk
Creating the Perfect '60s Style
What's Next for Star Trek Continues?
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