Even if the fans beat them to it, Sunday’s Star Trek: Discovery at last confirmed that a major character was not what they seemed. “The Wolf Inside” revealed its Klingon twist beyond any doubt, but – for those still confused – stars and producers explain the logistics of Ash and Voq’s connection.
Not even CBS can keep The Big Bang Theory afloat forever. Star Johnny Galecki now says that CBS’ highest-rated comedy will likely call it quits after twelve seasons, sending off Leonard, Sheldon, Raj, Penny, Howard, Bernadette and Amy as early as 2019.
Charlie Rose joined the growing list of men whose alleged histories of sexual harassment and assault have been exposed in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal. The 75-year-old host of Charlie Rose and former 60 Minutes correspondent was the subject of a recent exposé in The Washington Post, in which eight women bravely came forward to accuse Rose of sexual harassment and assault. According to a statement from CBS News president David Rhodes, Rose has been officially fired from the network.
Star Trek: Discovery may have pulled a fast one, and we don’t mean using spore drive. A surprising theory now posits that a major spoiler is lurking among the series’ regular cast, for which CBS has gone to IMDb-forging lengths to conceal.
‘Star Trek: Discovery’ salutes a new era with “The Vulcan Hello,” but should an otherwise-strong premiere have done more to set up the actual premise? And did the series already lose one of its best characters? Find out in our full review!
Fifty years of Star Trek means endless tweaks to Gene Roddenberry’s idyllic vision of the future, and Star Trek: Discovery will add a major one. Despite a prior franchise mandate, the new CBS iteration will apparently allow Starfleet crew to actually conflict with one another; not just alien warships.
We’ve waited patiently for months, and CBS is finally rewarding us with a discovery. Star Trek: Discovery, that is, as the network at last confirms a September premiere date for the new TV iteration, along with word of a divided run.
Star Trek fans’ crushing uncertainty has at last come to an end, as CBS finally reveals a first look at Star Trek: Discovery. Ahead of the network's Upfront presentation, CBS reveals two members of the Discovery crew, and a very strange location.