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Star Trek USS Enterprise gets realistic Playmobil makeover with AR app

Star Trek USS Enterprise gets realistic Playmobil makeover with AR app

Toy company Playmobil has unveiled its first item from the Star Trek universe: the 70548 Star Trek - USS Enterprise. The product features "authentic details," according to the company, as well as "specially designed mounting" for those who want to present it in their living space. Even better, the USS Enterprise comes with a companion app that enables augmented reality experiences.

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Star Trek: Prodigy animated kids series for Paramount+ gets its first trailer

Star Trek: Prodigy animated kids series for Paramount+ gets its first trailer

The animated Star Trek TV series for children that was announced last year, Prodigy, finally has a trailer, giving fans their first look at the animation style and what they can expect. The series comes from Viacom's Nickelodeon for the CBS streaming platform Paramount+. Among other things, the trailer includes a familiar voice that old-school Star Trek fans will immediately recognize.

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1979 Star Trek movie gets 4K remaster with Paramount+ exclusivity

1979 Star Trek movie gets 4K remaster with Paramount+ exclusivity

Star Trek: The Motion Picture, the feature film that premiered in 1979, is getting a proper 4K remaster, but you'll need a specific streaming service subscription to watch it (initially, at least). The restoration will involve the Star Trek: The Motion Picture Director's Edition version of the film and will take at least half a year to complete.

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The “Star Trek: Picard” season 2 trailer brings out the big guns

The “Star Trek: Picard” season 2 trailer brings out the big guns

Star Trek: Picard season 2 is coming, and the first full trailer is bringing out the big guns. The hit Star Trek spin-off focusing on ST:TNG's iconic Jean Luc Picard is one the franchise's most popular characters back to our screens.

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Babylon 5 Remastered now available to stream on HBO Max

Babylon 5 Remastered now available to stream on HBO Max

Babylon 5, the '90s science fiction show that never quite exceeded its more popular Star Trek competitor, is now available in fully remastered form on WarnerMedia's HBO Max platform. You have a couple of different options to watch the remastered version, with it being available on Amazon and iTunes in addition to HBO Max.

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Star Trek universe welcomes back Kate Mulgrew, but with a twist

Star Trek universe welcomes back Kate Mulgrew, but with a twist

The Star Trek universe is welcoming back another actor from its classic shows, this time announcing the return of Kate Mulgrew, the actress behind Voyager character Captain Kathryn Janeway. Mulgrew will have a starring role in a previously announced and yet-to-premiere Star Trek series, but not quite in the way you think. Rather than acting in another live-action series, Mulgrew will voice a character in the kid's show Star Trek: Prodigy.

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Star Trek: Prodigy animated kids show revealed with release date

Star Trek: Prodigy animated kids show revealed with release date

Television has a solid history of Star Wars content for kids but has historically lacked similar shows featuring the industry's other favorite science fiction universe (the short-lived 'Animated Series' aside): Star Trek. That changed last year when CBS revealed that it would launch an animated Star Trek show for younger audiences, though it didn't provide many details at the time. Fast-forward more than a year and we finally know more, including the show's name, logo, and release date

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Star Trek Tricorder replica teased with real data and scanning tools

Star Trek Tricorder replica teased with real data and scanning tools

The Tricorder device from the Star Trek universe is about to become a real product, at least according to an announcement from CBS Entertainment. The product will come from The Wand Company, which states that it is currently developing the Tricorder replica based on the model seen in The Original Series. The company teases that its product will be fully functional with a realistic design.

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ViacomCBS is selling reusable Star Trek face masks for charity

ViacomCBS is selling reusable Star Trek face masks for charity

ViacomCBS has announced that it is selling reusable cloth face masks with various designs inspired by its popular shows, including Star Trek. The masks will be made available through retailers around the world in addition to the websites dedicated to specific shows. Fans will be able to purchase the masks starting later this summer.

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New Star Trek shows Spock, Pike in decade before Kirk

New Star Trek shows Spock, Pike in decade before Kirk

Spinning off bits of Star Trek: Discovery, CBS revealed they'd launch Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, a show about the U.S.S. Enterprise before Captain Kirk. This is the latest in a long, strange journey the Star Trek universe has taken from the very first appearance of the universe, with the Pilot episode of the original Star Trek. It was there that we first met the crew that we'll once again see operate with Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.

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Star Trek: Voyager fan taps AI for unofficial 4K remaster

Star Trek: Voyager fan taps AI for unofficial 4K remaster

A number of beloved older shows are doomed to languish in low-resolution quality due to costs associated with properly remastering them for modern displays. In addition to reprocessing raw footage from these shows, many would require entirely new computer graphics for an official remaster, making the cost astronomical for lengthy series. That hasn't stopped a number of fans from using the next best thing: artificial intelligence.

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Star Trek: Picard already renewed for Season 2

Star Trek: Picard already renewed for Season 2

Don't worry, you've not accidentally missed any episodes of Star Trek: Picard. The Star Trek television series hasn't yet premiered yet, and it's already been renewed for a second season. It would seem that the decision was made amid growing demand for big-name media for streaming services. The tax incentives might not have been a negative here, either.

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