On September 8, join hosts Wil Wheaton and Mica Burton for 3-hours of FREE virtual panels and programming that will reunite iconic cast members and creative minds from nine “Star Trek” television series, here at StarTrek.com/Day, presented by CBS All Access. Please see below for more information. All times Pacific Time.
The panels begin at 12:00 PM PT with a Welcome and Intro remarks. Please see below for more information. All times Pacific Time.
There would be no “First Contact” without these panelists. These behind-the-camera experts discuss how the collaboration between creature design, make-up, costuming, photography, VFX, and more work to create the strange new worlds of Star Trek.
Our panelists look back at how Star Trek: The Original Series actress Nichelle Nichols helped pave the way for women of color on television and overall, her lasting impact on not only “Star Trek,” but science and culture.
Our panelists discuss how some of the hilarious B-stories from past series like Star Trek: The Next Generation paved the way for new iterations of “Star Trek,” including Star Trek: Lower Decks, the “Star Trek” franchise’s first animated comedy.
Kevin and Dan Hageman are joined by Star Trek: Voyager’s Captain Kathryn Janeway herself, Kate Mulgrew, who is reprising her role in animated form in Prodigy, as they talk about the highly anticipated upcoming CG-animated kids series.
On September 8, for every person that tweets the hashtag #StarTrekUnitedGives from 12AM until 11:59PM PT, CBS All Access will donate $1 to organizations
who do the real-world work of championing equality, social justice and the pursuit of scientific advancements. These organizations include the
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (NAACP LDF), National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME) and the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI).
Learn more about at the organizations at www.naacpldf.org, www.nacme.org, and www.eji.org.
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On this #StarTrekDay I want to share my gratitude to #StarTrek for all its given me. It's such a huge part of my life. I got to meet the incredible Brent Spiner who played Data, my all time favourite character in Star Trek. I've made some incredible friendships that I cherish. 🖖🏽 pic.twitter.com/Z70Axqar6Z
Happy #StarTrekDay - from my 7th Grade Trek Themed Murder Mystery Birthday party (I was Data) to cuddling w/@raedioactive falling asleep to our favorite DS9 episodes Trek has always been there to inspire us to be our best selves. pic.twitter.com/zh8kclfia4
I remember watching Star Trek in my living room as a kid and to think that I have been lucky enough to be a small part of that history means the WORLD to me 🖖🏻 Happy Star Trek Day!!!! #StarTrekDaypic.twitter.com/8xnpZsMkGa
I love all of my #StarTrekDay family. It began with The Original Series and then these outstanding people and our crew, writers and fans! I’m a better person knowing you all. Including 💖💖💖Next Gen. , Voyager, Enterprise, Discovery, and Stare Trek movies. Inclusion Equality 🖖🏼 pic.twitter.com/MMyEsSiK7O
TNG, ever since season 3, is completely timeless to me and has not aged at all. I can't believe those episodes are 31 years old. There's nothing in those episodes that takes me out of the universe because it's "dated". I love TNG so much! Happy #StarTrekDay
The way #StarTrekDiscovery tweaked cannon and incorporated @CaptainPikesEnt Pike's knowledge of his future turned that whole situation from an accidental tragedy into an heroic choice AND I AM HERE FOR IT. That was brilliant. #StarTrekDay
I am so in love with Star Trek: Enterprise and the The Star Trek: Enterprise panel! They're simply amazing people and I love the work that they have produced in terms of showing the beginnings of fictional space exploration and the early days of Starfleet!#StarTrekDaypic.twitter.com/kkwmzd82Uc