Leonard Nimoy Dead at 83, Played Star Trek's Iconic and Beloved Mr. Spock

Star Trek icon Leonard Nimoy died at his Los Angeles home on Friday after a battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, his wife Susan tells the New York Times. He was 83. In addition to playing the U.S.S. Enterprises Vulcan science officer Mr. Spock on the original Star Trek series and its six big-screen continuances, []

Leonard Nimoy Rushed to Hospital with Severe Chest Pains

  Leonard Nimoy was rushed to the hospital last Thursday with severe chest pains, TMZ reports. The Star Trek actor was taken to UCLA Medical Center after someone called 911, according to the report. Nimoy, 83, revealed last year that he was diagnosed ...   Read More...

How to Recover from Binge-Watching Any Show: A Friendly SideReel Guide

ol li { margin-bottom: 1em: } By now we've all done it. You go in with the intention of watching one or two hours of a show and the next thing you know, the weekend is over, you're surrounded by takeout boxes, and you can't remember the last time you took a breath of fresh air. You've powered through the last 40 episodes of Breaking Bad or Mad Men and run out of show. Or maybe you've stretched the consumption of a show like Orange is the New Black out over a couple of days, but realize there are only 13 episodes in the entire series (so far). Either way, the problem is the same.  Like any addict, when the product runs out, you're going to go through withdrawal. Here are some easy steps (no, there aren't 12 of them) to ease that pain:  Take a shower. If it was a weekend marathon, there's a good chance you haven't had one in a while — and even if it was a slightly longer haul, you'll still feel better. If the show has a theme song, go ahead and sing it to yourself. If it's the Cheers theme song, sing it REALLY LOUDLY. Head over to your computer. Google "[Name of show]" and then any or all of the following terms: theories, fan fiction, wiki, supercut, mashup, tumblr. A trove of riches awaits you here. If looking at a science fiction, fantasy, or supernatural show, you don't even have to pace yourself. Note: If you're looking for any Star Trek series , go directly to Memory Alpha . Devise a drinking game around the show! No, we're not telling you to trade one vice for another — we're telling you to combine them.* It may force you to rewatch (though no, it will never be as good as the first time), or at least delve pretty deeply into plotlines, characters, and (potentially) catchphrases. This will allow you to... …bother your friends into watching this totally cool show you just discovered that they've already watched on a weekly basis and probably have no desire to talk about it anymore. IMPORTANT: Tell them you're supplying the liquor. Movie spinoffs? MOVIE SPINOFFS!** Why quit your habit? There are millions of hours of television to catch up on. Just pick a show , and check out our recommendations . *We do. **The only exception here is  Stargate , where the movie actually preceded the show and is completely different in both casting and tone. Leah is SideReel's Web TV and Movie Editor. For further super exciting insight into watching reruns, follow her on Twitter .

'Star Trek' celebrates 45 years of living long and prospering; Series debuted Sept. 8, 1966

It was a show that boldly went where no one had gone before. The iconic TV series "Star Trek" debuted 45 years ago Thursday (Sept. 8).The space-based series, created by writer and futurist Gene Roddenberry, ran for only three seasons and just 79 episodes on NBC, but its impact continues through today. It spawned 11 movies, five TV series as well as countless books, comics and games. To celebrate the occasion, Leonard Nimoy who played Mr. Spock in the original series, tweeted, "45 years ago. The start of an amazing voyage. Thanks to all for the support for so long!! LLAP.""LLAP" is, of course, short for "Live long and prosper," one of the series' iconic phrases including "Beam me up Scotty" and "I'm a doctor, not a..."The series propelled actors like William Shatner, who played Capt. James T. Kirk, and George Takei, who played Hikaru Sulu, to cult status. It also pave the way for...

Evil Female Alien Commanders Make for Memorable TV

Now that I'm really getting into V, I thought I'd honor the Visitors' leader, Anna (played with reptilian grace by Morena Baccarin), by putting together a list of TV's memorable alien villainesses, whose insidious forces have infiltrated, assimilated, assaulted, insulted, and generally picked on the human race. Who is your favorite alien villainess? From Caprica Six of Battlestar Galactica to the Borg Queen of Star Trek, here are some of the baddest sci-fi ladies to grace the TV screen. Full story:

The Science of Star Trek

For those of you nerds out there who are really wondering about how many inevitable science mistakes there were in the new Star Trek reincarnation... Read more at Moviepromo

Star Trek TV Spot#14

Here's the latest TV spot for Star Trek, which recently had it's Los Angeles premiere and pulled lots of celebrity guest appearances. This is the 14th spot that's been aired and this one shows some more crazy... Read more at Moviepromo

Star Trek Review (Spoiler Alert)

Here's a review of the new Star Trek film published on Cinema Blend, from some guy who happened to catch a screening at Sydney recently. However, we must warn readers that this one contains some spoilers... Read more at Moviepromo

Two New Star Trek Clips!

Paramount has just the released, for the first time ever, two clips from the upcoming Star Trek! This is very exciting news for all you Trekkies out there. The second clip shows Kirk hitting on Uhura at a bar... Watch the new clips here

Star Trek TV Spot#5

The fifth TV spot for Star Trek is out, and this one shows Captain Kirk getting into a bar-fight and kicking some backsides. Watch Chris Pine rough up some bad guys in this cool new teaser... Watch the TV Spot at Moviepromo