Tribbles are coming to Discovery

Another facet of the show was teased by executive producer Alex Kurtzman, where he confirmed that everybody’s favorite balls of fur – the Tribbles – will make an appearance in Discovery. However, it’s unknown where or when they will appear. Hopefully, they will keep their libidos in check this time.

Tribbles were first featured in the classic Star Trek episode “The Trouble with Tribbles,” then again in The Animated Series episode “More Tribbles, More Troubles,” and then again in the Deep Space Nine episode “Trials and Tribble-ations.” They also made cameo appearances in four Star Trek films and in the Enterprise episode “The Breach.”




Entertainment Weekly has released new material from Discovery

Entertainment weekly has released released new material from Discovery which includes a video and pictures from the set of Discovery.

It also includes close ups of the new Transporter Room on Discovery…


Wilson Cruz cast as the doctor in Discovery

For months we’ve been wondering if there would be a medical officer aboard the U.S.S. Discovery when Star Trek: Discovery premieres in September. Well, now we know. On Saturday, during San Diego Comic-Con, Wilson Cruz was announced as playing Dr. Hugh Culber on the series.


The 43-year-old Brooklyn-born Puerto Rican actor rounds out the most diverse cast in Star Trek history.

Best known for his role as Enrique ‘Rickie’ Vasquez on My So Called Life, his television and film resume also includes NCIS, Pushing Daisies, Shameless.


Burnham is Spock’s adopted sister

The cast and creatives of Star Trek: Disocvery made a major announcement at today’s Comic-Con International: San Diego panel.

At the panel, it was revealed that series lead Michael Burnham (played by Sonequa Martin-Green) is the half-sister of Mr. Spock from Star Trek: The Original series.

Burnham is the entirely human daughter of Amanda Grayson, Spock’s human mother. She was raised on Vulcan by Grayson and Spock’s father, Sarek, who acted as a surrogate father to Burnham after her birth-father died.

Fans may wonder why Spock never mentioned a sister before, and executive producer Alex Kurtzman is aware of this and says there’s a reason for it. “We’re aware. You’ll see where it’s going, but we are staying consistent with canon.”