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Los Angeles Times
'The Walking Dead's' Sonequa Martin-Green takes charge on 'Star Trek: Discovery'by it.” While that sounds a bit lofty for a space adventure, those concepts ha
Los Angeles Times / Posted 6 days ago
by it.” While that sounds a bit lofty for a space adventure, those concepts have always been embedded in the DNA of the Gene Roddenberry series. And Martin-Green believes the franchise has served as a powerful entry point for viewers to ponder... Read more
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Campus Times - University of Rochester
Not vanilla: to boldly go“Star Trek Beyond” — properly satisfied my desire to see more content from that
Campus Times - University of Rochester / Posted 10 days ago
“Star Trek Beyond” — properly satisfied my desire to see more content from that universe. I had never watched the original Gene Roddenberry TV show, and there was no pressing reason to enter a whole new realm of TV history. But one day I was... Read more
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CNET
'Star Trek: Discovery' fights for more than Trekkies' heartswrestling with racism, sexism and questions about its identity. Enter Star Tre
CNET / Posted 10 days ago
wrestling with racism, sexism and questions about its identity. Enter Star Trek, based on a future universe envisioned by Gene Roddenberry where such issues were resolved long ago. "Discovery" picks up the original show's mantle of diversity and... Read more
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IGN
Star Trek: Discovery - God Lives!course, there have been exceptions to that, perhaps most notably in the Dominio
IGN / Posted 10 days ago
course, there have been exceptions to that, perhaps most notably in the Dominion War arc of Deep Space Nine. But generally, Gene Roddenberry’s optimistic view of mankind’s future meant that Starfleet is a group of explorers and scientists rather... Read more
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Lowell Sun
'Orville' sets off for humorless (and lifeless) voidcrises and moral certitude of genuine Trek episodes. If The Orville is meant ma
Lowell Sun / Posted 10 days ago
crises and moral certitude of genuine Trek episodes. If The Orville is meant mainly as homage to the idealized future of Gene Roddenberry, then someone forgot to tell the audience. This becomes abundantly clear in an episode in which Bortus takes... Read more
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FOX News
House approves Harvey relief, debt ceiling package$5 billion. This is quite an outpouring for a concept that its creator, the Los
FOX News / Posted 12 days ago
$5 billion. This is quite an outpouring for a concept that its creator, the Los Angeles police officer-turned-TV-writer Gene Roddenberry, pitched to producers as a ‘space western’ and once described as a ‘‘Wagon Train’ to the Stars.’ There’s... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Seth MacFarlane's 'The Orville' sets off for a humorless (and lifeless) voidand moral certitude of genuine "Trek" episodes. If "The Orville" is meant mainl
Chicago Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
and moral certitude of genuine "Trek" episodes. If "The Orville" is meant mainly as homage to the idealized future of Gene Roddenberry, then someone forgot to tell the audience. This becomes abundantly clear in an episode in which Bortus... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Fall TV preview: A sweet — and sometimes seedy — 16to the old “Star Trek,” courtesy of Seth MacFarlane, not to mention a new “Star
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 12 days ago
to the old “Star Trek,” courtesy of Seth MacFarlane, not to mention a new “Star Trek” with vintage ideals that would make Gene Roddenberry proud. If nonfiction is your bag, Ken Burns unfurls what may be his most ambitious project yet: an epic... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
What gets Trekkies frothing the mostears and living long and prospering today, have devoted endless hours to series
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 12 days ago
ears and living long and prospering today, have devoted endless hours to series that promotes optimism and diversity. Gene Roddenberry would be proud. If you’re new to the franchise, you better free up a lot of days and nights to catch up on... Read more
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Herald Sun
What gets Trekkies frothing the mostears and living long and prospering today, have devoted endless hours to series
Herald Sun / Posted 12 days ago
ears and living long and prospering today, have devoted endless hours to series that promotes optimism and diversity. Gene Roddenberry would be proud. If you’re new to the franchise, you better free up a lot of days and nights to catch up on... Read more
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The Courier Mail
What gets Trekkies frothing the mostears and living long and prospering today, have devoted endless hours to series
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
ears and living long and prospering today, have devoted endless hours to series that promotes optimism and diversity. Gene Roddenberry would be proud. If you’re new to the franchise, you better free up a lot of days and nights to catch up on... Read more
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News.com.au
What gets Trekkies frothing the mostears and living long and prospering today, have devoted endless hours to series
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
ears and living long and prospering today, have devoted endless hours to series that promotes optimism and diversity. Gene Roddenberry would be proud. If you’re new to the franchise, you better free up a lot of days and nights to catch up on... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Fall TV preview: A sweet — and sometimes seedy — 16to the old “Star Trek,” courtesy of Seth MacFarlane, not to mention a new “Star
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 13 days ago
to the old “Star Trek,” courtesy of Seth MacFarlane, not to mention a new “Star Trek” with vintage ideals that would make Gene Roddenberry proud. If nonfiction is your bag, Ken Burns unfurls what may be his most ambitious project yet: an epic... Read more
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Gulf News
Future of computing as predicted by nine sci-fi machinescomputerAnd as with Star Trek’s prediction of the iPad, the various voice assis
Gulf News / Posted 13 days ago
computerAnd as with Star Trek’s prediction of the iPad, the various voice assistants arguably wouldn’t have come to be if Gene Roddenberry hadn’t dreamed up the ever-present computer for Star Trek: The Next Generation, voiced by his wife, Majel... Read more
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Variety
Can ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Help CBS Boldly Go Into a Streaming Future?you say you love the legacy of ‘Star Trek’ but you don’t love that, then you’ve
Variety / Posted 22 days ago
you say you love the legacy of ‘Star Trek’ but you don’t love that, then you’ve missed it,” she told the crowd. Created by Gene Roddenberry, “Star Trek” premiered on NBC in 1966 and lasted only three seasons. But it became ubiquitous on syndicated... Read more
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IGN
Shatner: Creator Gene Roddenberry 'Had Little to Do with Star Trek' After First 13 EpisodesHow involved was the writer-producer in his famous series? It's well known tha
IGN / Posted 30 days ago
How involved was the writer-producer in his famous series? It's well known that Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, after a long fight to bring the adventures of Captain Kirk, Spock and the rest to the air, eventually stepped back from the... Read more
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Reality TV World
Famous birthdays for Aug. 19: Gene Roddenberry, Kyra Sedgwick, Bill Clinton, John Stamos, Jonathan Frakes, Lee Ann Womack, Matthew Perry, Erika Christensen, Christina Perripioneer Orville Wright in 1871 -- Humorist Ogden Nash in 1902 -- Publisher Ma
Reality TV World / Posted 1 months ago
pioneer Orville Wright in 1871 -- Humorist Ogden Nash in 1902 -- Publisher Malcolm Forbes in 1919 -- Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry in 1921 -- Writer Frank McCourt in 1930 -- Actor Diana Muldaur in 1938 (age 79) -- Drummer Ginger Baker... Read more
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Reality TV World
Famous birthdays for Aug. 19: Kyra Sedgwick, Bill Clintonpioneer Orville Wright in 1871 -- Humorist Ogden Nash in 1902 -- Publisher Ma
Reality TV World / Posted 1 months ago
pioneer Orville Wright in 1871 -- Humorist Ogden Nash in 1902 -- Publisher Malcolm Forbes in 1919 -- Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry in 1921 -- Writer Frank McCourt in 1930 -- Actor Diana Muldaur in 1938 (age 79) -- Drummer Ginger Baker... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
August 19a career hits record that stood until Pete Rose passed him on Sept. 11, 1985.
KTXS Abilene / Posted 1 months ago
a career hits record that stood until Pete Rose passed him on Sept. 11, 1985. [ + - ] 1921: TV screenwriter and producer Gene Roddenberry, best known as the creator of "Star Trek," is born in El Paso, Texas. He's seen here (third from right) in... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
August 19a career hits record that stood until Pete Rose passed him on Sept. 11, 1985.
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 1 months ago
a career hits record that stood until Pete Rose passed him on Sept. 11, 1985. [ + - ] 1921: TV screenwriter and producer Gene Roddenberry, best known as the creator of "Star Trek," is born in El Paso, Texas. He's seen here (third from right) in... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
August 19a career hits record that stood until Pete Rose passed him on Sept. 11, 1985.
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 1 months ago
a career hits record that stood until Pete Rose passed him on Sept. 11, 1985. [ + - ] 1921: TV screenwriter and producer Gene Roddenberry, best known as the creator of "Star Trek," is born in El Paso, Texas. He's seen here (third from right) in... Read more
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CNET
Poking fun at Star Trek fans made this Questarian value them moreof course we're gonna keep revisiting it because we need it. We need to stuff l
CNET / Posted 1 months ago
of course we're gonna keep revisiting it because we need it. We need to stuff like that. I like the comparisons about what Gene Roddenberry had imagined all those years ago and where we are now, with communicators and things like that. That's the... Read more
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IGN
The William Shatner Interviewabout the film’s anniversary, his recollections about making it, how he felt ab
IGN / Posted 1 months ago
about the film’s anniversary, his recollections about making it, how he felt about “aging up” Kirk, his relationship with Gene Roddenberry, and more. Read on for our full chat… IGN: Mr. Shatner, thank you so much for taking the time to talk with... Read more

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