A New Star Trek TV Series Will Debut in 2017

CBS is developing a version of the space adventure series featuring new characters and civilizations.    Read More...

First Look At Axanar, The Star Trek War Movie We've Waited Decades For

Star Trek fans have been curious for years about the Battle of Axanar, the decisive turning point in the war against the Klingon Empire. And now, a new unofficial movie will show what really happened at Axanar, and how Captain Garth triumphed. Heres your first image from Star Trek: Axanar , exclusively at io9!   Read More...

Exclusive Video: Star Trek: Enterprise Season 3 Beams on to Blu-ray

  They boldly went into space a century before Captain James T. Kirk. Now the intrepid crew members of Star Trek: Enterprise are continuing their voyage into the universe of high def. Star Trek: Enterprise — Season 3 makes its Blu-ray debut Tuesday, Jan. 7 with a six-disc set that includes all 24 episodes, plus cast and crew commentaries, deleted scenes, archival mission logs and the all-new featurette "Temporal Cold War: Declassified."  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 .

Remembering Star Trek Enterprise with Scott Bakula

Star Trek: Enterprise hits Blu-ray today with the release of Season 1, a set that looks to continue the high-quality that began last year with the Star Trek: The Next Generation HD collections. Filled with audio commentaries, documentaries, and frank retrospective interviews, these sets feature the kind of extra features fans want to see. Beam those pre-packaged EPK interviews into space, baby! READ MORE...

How ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’ Was Born (Video)

The first season of "Star Trek: Enterprise" starring Scott Bakula will be released on Blu-ray on March 26, and Speakeasy has a sneak peek.

Star Trek: Enterprise on Blu-ray Announced

CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution have officially announced the release of  Star Trek: Enterprise - The Complete First Season  on Blu-ray, available March 26. This six-disc set containing the first 25 episodes of  Star Trek: Enterprise  will boast a wealth of brand new special features, including a multi-part, retrospective documentary featuring interviews with the show's cast and crew (some of which were shot as recently as December 2012). The doc is broken down into three segments: READ MORE...

Scott Bakula Visits Cubicle Confessions

Quantum Leap and Chuck star Scott Bakula leaps into TV Guide Magazine's offices for his very own Cubicle Confession! Bakula shares stories of past Comic-Cons (including a close encounter with Burt Reynolds), his favorite TV shows and how he ended up signing his very own Star Trek uniform for a fan. Check out the exclusive video below! Source & Video

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 Brand New Images

Here's nine whole new images from the upcoming Star Trek that's been taken from trading cards released by Paramount. The pictures are courtesy of MTV. Leave your comments on what you think of these... See the pics at