STC #9 - What Ships Are For Poster

Star Trek Continues released its 9th episode a few days ago. That just leaves the 2-part finale later this year to close off this fan produced series.

In this episode, Kirk struggles with aiding a society whose inhabitants view their isolated world in a very unique way.

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The episode - …

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Star Trek: First Frontier

Despite the recent Draconian guidelines released by CBS on what fans can and cannot do when making fan-produced Star Trek episodes, people still want to create content based in the ever-popular Star Trek universe.

Over the last few decades, as video tech became available to us ordinary Joes, we've seen an explosion in the number …

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Star Trek Continues Episode 8: Still Treads The Shadow

I don't know if Star Trek Continues (STC) has some dispensation from Paramount and CBS regarding fan-produced episodes of Star Trek, or if they're simply ignoring the draconian "guidelines" set out by the media companies last year in the wake of the Axanar production and subsequent lawsuit, but they're releasing a new episode (#8) …

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Star Trek: Exeter - The Tressaurian Intersection

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Here's another little find in the fan production vaults. Set in The Original Series timeline, this episode does not take place on the USS Enterprise, but on its sister Constellation Class starship, the USS Exeter with her crew.

You may remember that ship from "The Omega Glory" …

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Star Trek - Horizon

Coming February 2016, Star Trek - Horizon is a feature-length independent film made by a single filmmaker as a personal passion project and love letter to Enterprise, the fifth Star Trek series. This is the second trailer for the movie...

This is the original trailer for the film, released in October 2014...

And to …

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"Star Trek Continues" Logo

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Over the years, I've seen the odd fan-produced Star Trek episodes and most have left me cold. While these productions are keeping Star Trek alive, they suffer badly from bad acting (no or few professional actors used), bad scripts (again, no professional writers), bad effects (though these have improved …

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Star Trek: Of Gods And Men


Not paying attention to Star Trek in the naughties, I wasn't aware that a 3-part mini-series (released in 2008) set in a time after TNG was being produced independently. Tim Russ (Tuvok in Voyager) was running the show and the mini series starred Walter Koenig, Nichelle Nichols and Alan Ruck who all reprised their …

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