STC #9 - What Ships Are For Poster

The Hugo Award submissions are now open. Worldcon members will be getting an email soon (if they haven't already), with a link to the official ballot and instructions on how to submit a potential nominee.

Vic Mignogna and the Star Trek Continues team would love if episode #9 of their webseries - "What Ships Are …

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"Star Trek Continues" Cast

The following press release was issued by Star Trek Continues yesterday in regard to the replica sets built for the web series:

STAR TREK CONTINUES transfers set ownership to Stage 9 Studios

2/4/18

KINGSLAND, GA USA — Stage 9, the studio that has been home to the award-winning web series STAR TREK CONTINUES since 2013, …

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Star Trek Continues #10 - To Boldly Go Part 1

To solve the ultimate mystery, the Enterprise must return to where Kirk's five-year mission began.

This is the penultimate episode of the Star Trek Continues (STC) webseries.

While on-set shooting finished months ago, STC have been working hard on post production and putting the finishing touches on the last two episodes of their series – …

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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 Continues Episode 9 Poster

As you probably know by now, Star Trek Continues - the fan series helmed by Vic Mignogna - is coming to a close this year, a little earlier than planned due to the fallout from the Axanar (another production) lawsuit and the ensuing guidelines for fan episode productions issued by CBS.

Mignogna had planned for …

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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 Continues #7: Embracing The Winds

Something major happened after the release of the previous Star Trek Continues episode - Paramount and CBS set out their new guidelines for fan-produced episodes and movies as a consequence of their ongoing lawsuit with the folks behind the Axanar movie. What those guidelines stipulate is that episodes can be no more than 15 minutes …

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Star Trek Continues: The White Iris

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This is the most recent of the episodes created by the folks at Star Trek Continues. They're releasing one episode per year, on average. Given the production values of this fan production and that this is a labour of love from people working part-time, it's no surprise that quality …

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Star Trek Continues Episode 3 Title

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I've talked about the Star Trek Continues fan production in a previous post, so I won't go over that ground again in this post, and I reviewed the second episode, Lolani, here.

Below is the third outing for the Star Trek Continues (STC) crew.

Episode Synopsis

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Star Trek Continues: Lolani

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Star Trek Continues is probably the best of of the current fan productions. Shot on authentically reproduced Original Era sets, the series is shot in the same way as the original series episodes. Once you get used to the cast change, you'll feel like you are actually watching an episode …

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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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