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Star Trek Magazine Star Trek Magazine #75

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
Titan Publishing Group
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1 min
capain’s log

To say Star Trek: Picard has had a bit of a buzz about it would be something of an understatement. The anticipation and excitement among fans as the first season has unfolded has been palpable, with each new episode awaited eagerly and then dissected gleefully. The numerous references to Star Trek: The Next Generation (and other aspects of Trek lore) have been a big part of that, and as a longtime TNG enthusiast, I’ll admit I’m as much of a sucker for that stuff as anyone. But what’s impressed me more is the adroit way those elements have been weaved into the first season’s themes of regret, unfinished business, and the road not taken, not to mention the narrative of artificial intelligence and synthetic life. We explore some of those aspects…

12 min
ten forward

PICARD’S 1-2 PUNCH! Season 2 confirmed as first season climaxes As Season 1 of Star Trek: Picard reaches its conclusion – with secrets revealed, (some) storylines resolved, and a surprise return – a second season of the show is already confirmed by CBS. In an interview published in Star Trek Magazine’s sister publication, Star Trek: Picard – The Official Collector’s Edition (on sale now), Star Trek Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman revealed that a second season was on his mind right from the beginning. “I think we always had a longer arc planned for [Picard], knowing where we wanted to go in Season 1,” he said, “and you’ll see we springboard into a whole new thing at the end of the season.” Terry Matalas, whose credits include the 12 Monkeys TV show, has been named…

3 min
year of heaven!

DELTA QUADRANT DEUTSCHLAND Destination Star Trek Germany back for 2020 For the first time in two years, Destination Star Trek Germany returns this May, with an all-star 25th anniversary Star Trek: Voyager guest line-up. Captain Janeway herself, Kate Mulgrew, will be joined by cast-mates Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine), Robert Beltran (Chakotay), Roxann Dawson (Torres), Robert Duncan McNeill (Paris), Robert Picardo (the Doctor), Ethan Phillips (Neelix), Tim Russ (Tuvok), and Garrett Wang (Kim). In addition, Doug Jones – Star Trek: Discovery’s Saru – is confirmed for the convention, as are Emily Coutts (Detmer), Oyin Oladejo (Owosekun), and Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Gates McFadden (Dr. Crusher) and Jonathan Del Arco (Hugh – also to be seen in Star Trek: Picard). The third German DST, and the first since 2018’s event, the convention will take…

8 min
double trouble

“The two huge moments of my life so far, professionally, are Hamilton and Star Trek,” says Isa Briones, the 21-year-old actress who spent a year playing Peggy/Maria in the touring version of Hamilton: An American Musical and currently stars as Dahj/ Soji on Star Trek: Picard. “They have been the defining moments of my fairly short career so far. I feel so lucky that I’ve been able to do both of them. “First of all, Hamilton was my dream show. Ever since it came out, I had thought to myself, ‘I have to do this one day.’ Three years later, I ended up being in it. And that was already like, ‘Well, that dream was checked off. Time to find another dream!’” Briones says, laughing. “And then Star Trek kind of…

1 min
face of the future

Isa Briones is about to learn that Star Trek is so much more than the usual television experience. The actress got a taste of things to come with several Comic-Con appearances, but on the way are Picard-centric posters, billboards, novels, comic books – and, yes, official magazines – with her face splashed all over them. “I think we haven’t quite experienced the full weight of it yet, because the show isn’t out yet,” she notes. “And, of course, the fans are not quite sure who we all are yet. But everyone’s been trying to prepare me for that. Even when I was working with Jonathan Frakes and Marina Sirtis, they were giving me all the crazy Comic-Con and convention stories, and were trying to prepare me as much as possible for…

8 min
face the musiker

When Michelle Hurd strides down the street in a major city such as Manhattan or Los Angeles, she tends to be recognized by fans of her work. That makes perfect sense, as she’s spent three decades acting and has played some memorable roles on some very popular television series. “I always get a lot of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, because it’s such an iconic show,” notes Hurd, who co-starred as Detective Monique Jeffries in Seasons 1 and 2 of the show, after first appearing as a different character on that franchise’s mothership, Law & Order, two years earlier. “It’s been on forever, and there are so many reruns that I can’t really walk out anywhere without people going, ‘Law & Order! SVU!’ So, there’s that, for sure. “Then there’s Blindspot.…