It's been fifty years since Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry first envisioned a diverse, inclusive future for mankind. Star Trek: Picard is the ideal show to push this even further, bridging the past with the next generation ahem. Unfortunately, the new series fails to boldly go where other shows have gone before in one key regard, even taking a step back from the progress made by Discovery. Franchise newcomer Isa Briones told Digital Spy and other press that Star Trek shows like Picard are "supposed to be representing the future. We would be doing it a disservice if we didn't look like the people watching.
Star Trek Fans Are Confused About How Gay Klingons Court Each Other
This year, Deep Space Nine is returning to comics for the first time in over a decade. While the series did have the first same-sex kiss in Star Trek history, it didn't have an openly gay character. On the other hand, it did have a character that many read as bisexual or gay. Actor Andrew Robinson backs up that interpretation. In an interview with Trek Movie , he discussed his character, Garak, and his relationship with DS9's chief medical officer, Dr. Julian Bashir.
6 Star Trek Actors You Didn’t Know Were Gay In Real Life!
In a new interview with New York Magazine, the year-old actor finally reveals the truth about his sexuality. The actor, best known for playing Spock in the Star Trek reboot and Sylar on Heroes, confirms that he's 'a gay man' in the article. He had refused to confirm rumours until now even in an interview with the New York Times last year.
Welcome to Deep Space Pride! Mike Thurlow and Johnson Lee are two self-professed gay geeks who love to obsess over Star Trek - join us as we talk about some of our favorite episodes, revel as yet another new series is announced, and ramble on about some off topic content. And maybe once in a while, we'll simply talk about living as two gay guys in New York City. Listen on Apple Podcasts. We've gone through a lot in the last 23 weeks - from the first season of Lower Decks to the third season of Discovery, we've been spoiled with non-stop Star Trek for almost half a year.