Star Trek: The Next Generation may be a science fiction classic, but it has its fair share of plots holes and unsolved mysteries.
From cold shoulders to friendships turned to love, here are some of the closest real life best friends and worst enemies in the final frontier.
Some of these futuristic love stories took Star Trek to new heights, while others are best left in the past.
Star Trek co-star Simon Pegg doesn't think Quentin Tarantino will get around to directing the next movie and confirms he's not writing a script.
Star Trek: Discovery's showrunners confirm that season 2 of the CBS TV show will be channeling more of Star Trek: The Original Series than before.
Star Trek has introduced us to a large number of alien species. But which one is the most powerful of them all?
It had been 7 years since a Star Trek film came out, but the reboot gave us something new and no shortage of crazy behind-the-scenes drama.
Vulcans may be one of Star Trek's most popular races, but the emotionless space elves don't seem to make much sense.
Star Trek is a treasure trove of meme humor, checking almost all the boxes for viral success.
Fans have had 50 years to devise theories about what's really going on in the Star Trek series. Some of them are very convincing.
Simon Pegg confirms that Quentin Tarantino's Star Trek movie idea is 'in the mix', but isn't sure that an R-rating is a given.
From his wacky wardrobe to his annoying perfection, Wesley Crusher has baffled Star Trek: The Next Generation Fans for years.
Despite Trekkies' claims that Star Trek is the most realistic science-fiction series of all time, there is a lot about the universe that defies logic.
Karl Urban is onboard for a Quentin Tarantino Star Trek movie and thinks it's exactly what the larger franchise needs right now.
Star Trek's infamous Mirror Universe is more than just an excuse for the stoic Starfleet officers to let their hair down (and grow a goatee).
Star Trek is one of the greatest franchises in any medium, ever. But not every Star Trek release is something to be proud of.
Star Trek icon William Shatner reveals his role-of-choice besides James T. Kirk would be one of the crew's many doomed redshirts.