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Star Trek Continues – Embracing the Winds

Happy 50th anniversary Star Trek!!!

The gang from Star Trek Continues are back with their seventh episode.  In it they work their amazing retro magic on a new story from the original series universe.

In Star Trek Continues – Embracing the Winds the U.S.S. Enterprise is sent on a seemingly routine mission, Kirk is recalled to starbase where he faces an ethical dilemma that challenges the very core of Starfleet Command. Kirk has to choose between Spock and a competing female officer for captaincy of another starship, but issues of competence in the role as well as gender issues cause difficulties.

About Star Trek Continues:

Star Trek Continues is a critically-acclaimed, award-winning, fan-produced webseries… the brainchild of long-time Star Trek: The Original Series fan — and producer, director, actor, voice-actor, musician — Vic Mignogna.

Our “Stage Nine” (an 18,500-square-foot studio named after the original soundstage at Desilu) houses the largest, most complete standing TOS sets in the world — including the bridge, corridors, turbolifts, quarters, sickbay, briefing/rec room, transporter room, Jefferies tube, engineering, auxiliary control, shuttlecraft, and planet sets — precisely constructed using the original Star Trek blueprints (see our interactive virtual tour above).

From “Where No Man Has Gone Before” to “Turnabout Intruder,” TOS chronicled the first four years (2265–2269) of James T. Kirk’s historic five-year mission before the series was prematurely cancelled. Star Trek Continues is proud to be part of Trek history, aimed at completing the final year (late 2269 – early 2270) of the original adventure.

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Vic and our team of talented film professionals continue to raise the bar in the quality of stories and overall production on one of the most recognized, popular fan productions ever made.

About Neal Ulen

Neal Ulen
Editor/Webmaster - Neal is a writer and recovering engineer who likes pizza, the insidious power of sarcasm (and pizza), and debating science fiction (and pizza). You can also find his writing on Omni, Geeks, and other media platforms.