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Star Trek Magazine

Star Trek Magazine Summer 2019

Providing in-depth coverage of all aspects of Star Trek, from the classic years of Kirk and Spock, through Jean Luc Picard, Captains Sisko, Janeway and Archer to the new JJ Abrams movies, Star Trek Magazine is your indispensable guide to the Star Trek universe. Every issue contains star-name interviews, great analytical features and exclusive photography from the CBS archives.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Titan Publishing Group
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Quarterly
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17 min.
ten forward

THREE CHEERS! Discovery gets green light for third go-round As Season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery reaches its thrilling conclusion, CBS All Access has officially confirmed that the show has been renewed for a third season. The announcement came as the second season hit its dramatic midway point at the end of February with “Light and Shadows” (Episode 7), which featured the first appearance of Ethan Peck as Spock. Episodes continued to debut weekly thereafter on CBS All Access and Netflix, running all the way though to the season finale in April. The third season of Discovery will see current Co-Executive Producer Michelle Paradise step up to the role of co-showrunner alongside Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman. Paradise was previously a co-executive producer on supernatural series The Originals – a spin-off from The Vampire Diaries…

11 min.
loving the alien

Doug Jones has said goodbye twice now to Saru: first when Season 1 of Star Trek: Discovery wrapped, and again following the completion of Season 2. Each time it’s been such sweet sorrow… for the most part. “Well, I sort of have to let him go,” Jones says. “That’s part of the job. It’s like leaving your best friends when you’re off for the summer, back in our school days, right? So, it’s, ‘Bye everybody, see you in the fall!’ The love doesn’t go away, so you miss them – and that’s good. “Now, the make-up process… I don’t miss that all the time. But the character, I do. I love him dearly and I miss him. Knowing that most likely he’ll be back helps, too.” Though there are no guarantees in Hollywood,…

1 min.
interview with the vampyre

One of Doug Jones’ dream projects is finally coming to fruition. Years in the making, Nosferatu, with Jones in the title role, should arrive in theaters in 2019. Directed by David Lee Fisher, the film also features Emrhys Cooper, Joely Fisher, Jack Turner, and Jones’s Falling Skies co-star, Sarah Carter. “Of all the rubber bits I’ve played and worn over the years, the one thing left on my bucket list was to play a classic vampire, and, hopefully, Count Orlok in Nosferatu,” Jones explains. “So, this is a dream come true for me. “What’s super exciting about it is that I actually got to play Count Orlok in the world that Max Schreck [the iconic Orlok of the 1922 Nosferatu] played it in, because every shot, every frame of our film, has…

10 min.
star-crossed lovers…?

Lieutenant Commander Paul Stamets and Doctor Hugh Culber belong together, but is it really meant to be? And if so, how? Those are just two of the many questions that have been swirling around the couple as Season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery has unfolded. That’s because in Episode 10 of Season 1, “Despite Yourself,” Voq/Ash Tyler snapped Culber’s neck – a sudden, brutal act of violence that changed everything for everyone. Complicating matters, Doctor Culber seemingly lived on in the mycelial network, perhaps as a man, maybe as more of an essence. In our quest for answers, Star Trek Magazine sat down with the actors who portray Stamets and Culber, Anthony Rapp and Wilson Cruz, as filming on Discovery Season 2 wrapped, picking their brains over the course of a trio…

1 min.
mycelial reunion

While Hugh Culber’s eventual return in Season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery had been promised ever since his demise in Season 1, precisely when and how that was going to happen was kept deliberately opaque. Five episodes into the second season, we finally got an answer. In “Saints of Imperfection,” during a mission to rescue Tilly from the mycelial network, Michael Burnham and Paul Stamets were astonished to discover a disheveled Doctor Culber. Stamets realized that it was he who had brought Culber to the network; when he had cradled the doctor’s recently deceased body after Tyler/Voq had murdered Culber, Stamets had acted as a lightning rod, transferring Culber to the network. Unfortunately, while Tilly had been transferred body and soul to the network, only Culber’s energy had made it over, meaning…

11 min.
i am the borg

''It’s finally happening,” Jeri Ryan triumphantly declares. “I’m sorry this was so… complicated.” What’s finally happening is this Star Trek Magazine interview with the actress, and even though it’s happening, it won’t get any less complicated. Let us explain, first by way of background, and then in real time. Star Trek Magazine ran into Ryan late last year at Destination Star Trek Birmingham and asked if she’d be open to chatting with us for our upcoming Borg issue. The actress, who, of course, played Seven of Nine during Seasons 4–7 of Star Trek: Voyager, instantly and graciously agreed to talk, but requested that we reconnect after the UK event, when she’d be back home in Los Angeles. Then, as so frequently occurs when arranging interviews with busy talent, days turned into weeks. At…