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Here’s Why ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Is Set Before Captain Kirk’s Time
Here’s Why ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Is Set Before Captain Kirk’s Time
Excited though Star Trek fans are to finally have the franchise back on TV with Bryan Fuller’s Discovery, many had to wonder why the series opted to follow the prequel route yet again. The series will venture early into Trek history with a pre-Kirk setting, something writer Nicholas Meyer says offers more “room to maneuver.”
‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Already Planning Tie-In Comics and Novels
‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Already Planning Tie-In Comics and Novels
We still don’t have the clearest picture of what CBS’ Star Trek: Discovery will look like (at least we can watch it without ads!), but it seems we’ll have a whole lot more than the series itself to enjoy, come January. New announcements reveal Discovery will launch tie-in comics and novels, maintaining strict continuity with the series itself.
CBS ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Confirms Female Lead, Pre-Kirk Setting
CBS ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Confirms Female Lead, Pre-Kirk Setting
Long before Bryan Fuller was officially announced to lead a new CBS Star Trek series, the franchise alum spoke openly of his interest in a more diverse Trek, even naming Angela Bassett as an ideal actor for Captain. Fuller’s vision is now one-step closer, as Star Trek: Discovery will indeed have a female lead, operating in a pre-Kirk setting, among other new details.
Charlie Sheen Is Sorry About ‘Ruining’ ‘Two and a Half Men’
Charlie Sheen Is Sorry About ‘Ruining’ ‘Two and a Half Men’
Two and a Half Men has long-since faded from the CBS spotlight, and erstwhile series star Charlie Sheen himself has been understandably quiet since news of his HIV diagnosis last year. Now, a new interview with Matt Lauer sees the star with a long list of regrets, among them the controversial exit that nearly ended Two and a Half Men altogether.
‘The Twilight Zone’ Rebooting at CBS as New Interactive Series
‘The Twilight Zone’ Rebooting at CBS as New Interactive Series
According to The Wrap, CBS has partnered with digital video company Interlude (those behind that viral channel-changing lip-sync of “Like a Rolling Stone”) for the “original interactive project” allowing Twilight Zone viewers to “step in and become a part of the story.” BioShock creator Ken Levine will even write and direct the pilot episode.

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